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  • Photos: Barack Obama inauguration - the first digital president

    Barack Obama's inauguration heralds a new type of president. One that promises to keep in touch with technological advancements and uses them in his office. We look at some iconic images of the digital president as well as some of his quotes on technology.

  • Photos: Windows 7 Beta inside out

    With a heightened hype factor typical to that of any Microsoft product launch, Windows 7 Beta 1 was recently made available to those of us within the industry willing to put our necks on the block and install this operating system ‘work in progress’ to see if it is likely to change our lives.

  • Photos: Sony Vaio P-Series

    Sony's Vaio P-Series boasts a clear eight inch screen, weighing 638g XrossMedia Bar (XMB) similar to the PS3 and PSP, 3G and WiFi.

  • Photos: IT at the O2 arena

    How IT supports one of the world's biggest entertainment venues.

  • Photos: Palm Pre first look

    The Palm Pre looks like it will take Palm back to it's PDA heritage. The big questions are: Will it compete with the iPhone and will it save Palm?

  • Photos: Top 10 most anticipated PC games for 2009

    This year promises to be massive for the gaming industry as people are saving money by staying in. We look at the games that will get your fingers itching.

  • Photos: 10 years of Apple gadgets at Macworld

    This year will be the last time Apple attends Macworld. So, the qustion on everyone's lips is what do they have up their sleeve? We look back at the best of the last ten years.

  • Photos: 2008 review of the year in IT

    Review of the IT events of the year in pictures. From Bill Gates leaving Microsoft, through to the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, to the outsourcing implications of the attacks on Mumbai, 2008 has been one hell of a year

  • Best business gadgets 2008

    2008 has seen a raft of great gadgets hit the market, but which ones are the most useful for the IT professional?

  • Photos: Barclays hi-tech Piccadilly branch

    Barclays bank has opened a cutting-edge branch in Piccadilly Circus demonstrating how technology is changing the way the bank can serve customers.

  • Photos: How IT helps relocate refugees

    GPS and Google Earth software are helping to find suitable locations for refugees and displaced people to settle. Aid agency CARE International explains how.

  • Photos: Renault F1 unveils new supercomputer to boost its 2009 championship hopes

    Renault's Formula One team have built a new supercomputer, which it believes will help the constructor get back to poll position on the grid.

  • Photos: BCS IT Industry Awards 2008 part 3

    The BCS IT Industry Awards presentation ceremony took place at the Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday 4 December 2008. Here you can see some of merriment at the awards dinner.

  • Photos: Chic geek gifts for her

    Check out our selection of chic geek gifts for her this Christmas - stylish tech-themed presents for the style-conscious IT professional who's proud of her vocation.

  • Photos: BCS IT Industry Awards 2008 part 1

    The BCS IT Industry Awards presentation ceremony took place at the Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday 4 December 2008. Here you can see some of the winners collecting their awards.

  • Photos: BCS IT Industry Awards 2008 part 2

    The BCS IT Industry Awards presentation ceremony took place at the Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday 4 December 2008.

  • Photos: Chic geek gifts for the home and office

    Check out our selection of chic geek gifts for the home and office this Christmas - stylish tech-themed presents for the IT professional.

  • Photos: Celebrating the mother of all demos

    It was described by as the mother of all demos. On December 9th 1968 Doug Engelbart and a group of researchers from the Augmented Human Intellect (AHI) Research Center at Stanford Research Institute gave a public demonstration of how they saw IT would change the way people work.

  • Photos: Nokia N97

    See our Nokia N97 photo gallery.

  • Photos: Chic geek gifts for him

    Check out our selection of chic geek gifts for him - stylish IT and technology themed presents for the style-conscious IT professional who's proud of his vocation.

  • Photos: Logitech notches up one billion mouse sales

    The humble computer mouse celebrates its 40th birthday next week on 9 December. It was first invented and demonstrated by Douglas Engelbart and his group of researchers at Stanford University in 1968.

  • Photos: The Retrieva dog collar tracker

    According to the Missing Pets Bureau, nearly 2,500 dogs were lost or stolen every week in 2007. The Retrieva collar will help combat this through its instant tracking and alert system linked directly to your mobile phone.

  • Photos: Top ten paid iPhone apps

    Apple has announced the top ten paid iphone apps.

  • Photos: Blom Aerofilms unveils stunning views of London from above

    Blom Aerofilms new BlomURBEX platform will provide access to stunning high-resolution pictures of over 1,000 European cities to desktops and mobiles. These stunning aerial views of London's top tourist sights showcase just a small part of Blom's image platform.

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