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When I was a schoolboy, there was a popular if rather sado-masochistic playground game called Chinese burns. This involved grasping your opponent's wrist with both hands, and twisting their skin in ...
Every year we assess what the Budget means for the UK IT community. Most years we conclude: Nothing much. This year, we'd have to acknowledge progress, by concluding: Well, a bit, probably. The ...
The IT charity Computer Aid International has celebrated a significant milestone - the delivery of its 200,000th PC to worthy causes in the developing world. I have no problem in admitting a high ...
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Are we, as Apple would have us believe, in the "post-PC era"? I'm not so sure. The phrase has become something of a tech meme lately and Apple has understandably embraced it, claiming at the wholly ...
There was plenty of national coverage of business secretary Vince Cable's leaked letter to the prime minister, in which he lamented the lack of a "compelling vision" for UK economic growth, and ...
To quote a phrase that was mightily popular in the 1980s: I love it when a plan comes together. In this case, it's not even my plan, but it's one I've found myself writing about often over the past ...