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Cisco pushes back the deadline for deciding whether to push forward with its $3.4 billion (£2bn) bid for video conferencing rival Tandberg
Nokia has filed lawsuits against liquid crystal display and cathode ray tube makers that it alleges were involved in price fixing for a decade
Microsoft claimed to eWEEK that it had fixed a controversial "bug" that made Bing Image Search deliver pro-Chinese-government results in response to politically sensitive queries
Networking giant Cisco is helping the city of Amsterdam provide detailed information on carbon emissions to its residents
Enterprises will invest more money in private cloud environments as the public clouds mature, according to Gartner, but eventually private and public clouds will unite to form hybrid environments.
IBM promises a flood of jobs from business analytics, while Lord Mandelson admits to failures in supporting Britain's techies
Google's patent application for a new cooling method for its servers gives a rare insight into the workings of its data centres
The lack of malware on Linux may be about to change after a developer admitted he has developed a 'package of malware for Unix/Linux'
Within the next five years, mobile phones could be powered by kinetic energy harvested from vibrations in the environment, according to British scientists
UK public services will be delivered via a government cloud and app store, with an emphasis on green IT and open source - according to a leaked five-year plan
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