If politicians really want interactivity, then they'll have to do more than just 'connect' with vote
Bill Thompson is concerned about online public services in a web 2.0 world
The BBC plan to use software that works only with Windows is anti-competitive.
Gordon Brown's "national debate" will work only if he ditches top-down technology
You think you're in control, but with so many friends, it's hard to stay private, warns Becky Hogge
David Cameron has a lot of answer for. His WebCameron site created a stir when he started posting up YouTube style videos.
London's newest dotcom millionaires were spurred on by their love of music
Protecting your wireless network with a password won't stop hackers
I've finally got something nice to say about the recording industry.