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On by Miya Knights 0

BT and Marks & Spencer and other users are looking to IT for solutions, according to a conference on the commercial risks of climate change

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Anti-virus software is all rubbish, says Andrew Garcia. He's hoping that Windows 7's baked-in security could finally set him free from all that

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You can follow Andrew Stott, the former government deputy CIO, now appointed as "digital engagement director"

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Most of the jobs will be lost from contractor positions and sites abroad, the company claims but unions are still concerned

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Oracle has been on something of a buying spree in 2009, including its recent buyout of Sun Microsystems.

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On by Michelle Maisto 0

With increased mobile phone and computer use, says the International Energy Agency, comes increased energy use

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On by Michelle Maisto 0

The traditional keynote address at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference will not be delivered by CEO Steve Jobs

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On by Jeffrey Burt 0

The European Commission's £950m fine of Intel for antitrust practices has sparked debate in the United States over how to handle companies that dominate their markets

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On by Michelle Maisto 14

While Hewlett-Packard is still the largest overall notebook PC manufacturer, Acer topped the netbook market in the first quarter of 2009

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On by Chris Preimesberger 0

Fifty years ago, the integrated circuit was invented. Gordon Moore predicted the speed of development since then - and founded Intel

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