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June 2009

  • T-Mobile to announce UK G1 successor soon

    Warwick Ashford - Security Editor 22 Jun 2009
  • T-Mobile, which launched the first smartphone to use Google's Android mobile operating system last year, is to expected to announce the G1's UK successor later this week. Another smartphone to get ...

  • Delete Jacqui Smith, cc Alan Johnson

    Kathleen Hall - TechTarget 08 Jun 2009
  • The spam campaign aimed at getting Jacqui Smith to consider the practical implications of the proposed £12bn Interception Modernisation Programme (i.e. information overload on a scale guarantted to ...

  • IT is anarchistic and governments just get in the way.

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 05 Jun 2009
  • Why shouldn't every citizen in the world have the right to take a job that's on offer? If national boundaries and government regulations were abolished the IT industry would be better off. More ...

  • Yahoo chief reveals all about deal with Microsoft

    Warwick Ashford - Security Editor 04 Jun 2009
  • Yahoo chief Carol Bartz has had a lot more to say on a potential internet search partnership with Microsoft, which reveals all we really need to know. "Yahoo doesn't have to do anything with ...

  • Microsoft Bing pushing the boundaries

    Warwick Ashford - Security Editor 02 Jun 2009
  • Legal precedent is interesting because it invariably encourages people to push the boundaries, and that is just what Microsoft is doing with its new search engine, Bing. At first look Microsoft's ...

  • A first take on Windows 7

    Bill Goodwin - Computer Weekly 01 Jun 2009
  • Microsoft dropped into the Computer Weekly offices to demonstrate the next version of Windows 7.The new operating system, which is due out by January next year, looks neater and less cluttered than ...

  • Technology is the new nuclear

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 01 Jun 2009
  • Power politics traditionally depends on governments having control of fire power in the form of military hardware and economic power. But today you can add technology know-how and control to the ...

  • Tesco buys village pubs to appease public opinion?

    Karl Flinders - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 01 Jun 2009
  • A contact was telling me last week that Tesco is currently buying up village pubs in a drive to improve its public perception. I must point out before I detail what I was told that Tesco have ...

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