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On by Peter Judge 0

Free software pact gives supporters something better to vote on than disgust over MP's expenses

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On by Peter Judge 11

£8 million a year to Microsoft, with no public bidding. And that's just the tip of the iceberg, say open source activists

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On by Miya Knights 0

Local government is stealing a march on central government in its use of virtualisation to harness cost savings and power efficiencies,

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On by Andrew Donoghue 0

Stimulus packages to build high-speed broadband must not fall foul of state aid rules, warned European commissioner Neelie Kroes

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On by Andrew Donoghue 0

Open source desktops haven't been a hit so far, but the recession, virtualisation, and the failure of Vista could change all that, analysts say

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On by Miya Knights 0

If you think storage is cheap, you aren't doing your sums right. The big picture, with power, carbon, and legal costs, adds up to a new discipline, says Hitachi Data Systems' David Merrill - a storage economist

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The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization has adopted a set of best practices around testing cloud security offerings

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Google chief executive Eric Schmidt has said while his company is not interested in buying physical newspapers it could put its mark on online news sites

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On by Darryl K. Taft 0

Microsoft has declined the European Commission's offer to hold a hearing on antitrust matters concerning its browser bundling

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Google has high hopes that Chrome's unique features will make it a suitable competitor to Microsoft Internet Explorer and other browsers on the market

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