Extra sessions for people wanting to gain basic computer skills are being run by Aylesbury Library, thanks to a Government grant through the Tinder Foundation.
Fujitsu, the global ICT provider, is supporting The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) on Bletchley Park by becoming a Foundation Sponsor.
Continuing the celebrations of Tring's 700 year Market Charter but bringing it bang up to date, the town now has a Heritage Trail both on a map and an 'app' - probably the first in the County.
A crack volunteer repair team descended upon The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park last weekend (12-13 September) to restore 1980’s BBC micro-computers, one of the most popular features of the Museum’s Learning Programme.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) is advising rugby fans to be mindful of driving after drinking alcohol during the forthcoming Rugby World Cup 2015 (18 September – 31 October).
Have you ever put the wrong fuel in your vehicle? A team from The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) developed an app to tackle the issue and won Best in Show at the Young Rewired State Festival of Code last weekend.
The sounds of 70 years of computing archived and remixed into music
Competition to inspire female students in computing to mark the bicentenary of Ada Lovelace
Every school in Buckinghamshire should appoint cyber safety champions to prevent children from becoming victims of sexual exploitation or online bullying.
Broadband performance analysis team Actual Experience are seeing some interesting trends in their ongoing survey on home broadband experience in the UK