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Ingres to Actian top
On by Tom Jowitt 0

One of the famous names in databases is being renamed to Actian because it says BI is not working

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On by Sophie Curtis 0

The world's largest public sector IT project has officially failed, but experts say nothing has changed

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On by Sophie Curtis 2

International Android users succeeded in accessing the Amazon Appstore, but the loophole has now been closed

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Microsoft reckons the tech landscape has changed in the last few years, and Windows 8 will serve its needs. Let's see, says Nicholas Kolakowski

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On by Chris Preimesberger 0

HP's decision to dump webOS and spin off its PC business presents a major opportunity for Dell, says the company's CEO Michael Dell

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UK-Government
On by Sophie Curtis 0

Despite promising to end the IT oligopoly of big businesses, government is ignoring SMEs

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On by Sophie Curtis 0

As Microsoft readies Windows 8 for developers, rumours spread about a partnership with Samsung

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On by Sophie Curtis 4

An FOI request by the BBC reveals that the UK government is failing to follow through on its open source promises

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On by Sophie Curtis 0

The Cabinet Office is exploring the possibility of a 'freemium' model for re-use of public data

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On by Sophie Curtis 0

Visitors to London can now navigate the streets in 3D, thanks to a Google Maps for Android upgrade

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