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  • September 23, 2009 23 Sep'09

    Nokia buying Palm?

    The internet is rife with rumours that Nokia is about to bid for mobile handset manufacturer Palm in a deal would give Nokia a PC operating system to rival...

  • September 22, 2009 22 Sep'09

    EC bails out 2,840 Dell workers

    The European Commission will contribute €14.8m to help find new jobs for 2,840 Dell workers in Ireland made redundant when the US computer maker shifted...

  • September 21, 2009 21 Sep'09

    Seagate wows gamers with super-fast hard drive

    Seagate Technology has shipped what it claims is the world's fastest, largest-capacity mainstream desktop hard drive.

  • September 21, 2009 21 Sep'09

    Dell offer is second multi-billion dollar deal for Ross Perot

    Computer maker Dell's offer of $30 a share for computer services company Perot Systems is the second time H Ross Perot has landed a multi-billion dollar deal

  • September 18, 2009 18 Sep'09

    Computers stolen from digital inclusion office

    Burglars have broken into government's digital inclusion office and stolen the department's computers.

    Digital inclusion champion Martha Lane...

  • September 16, 2009 16 Sep'09

    Businesses refresh desktops too often, conference told

    Companies and public sector organisations are refreshing their desktop systems too often, leading to high levels of waste and huge carbon footprints,...

  • September 15, 2009 15 Sep'09

    Intel appeals over EC anti-trust fine

    Intel has asked the European Court of First Instance for an order to annul or reduce the €1.1bn fine imposed by the EC for anti-trust offences.

  • September 15, 2009 15 Sep'09

    Intel plans internal restructure

    Chip maker Intel has announced it is to make "organisational changes" in the wake of news that top executive Pat Gelsinger is to move to storage company

  • September 14, 2009 14 Sep'09

    Xbox 360 chip used for cardiac research

    A university researcher has developed a parallel computer for cardiac research using the graphics chip in an Xbox 360.

    In an article...

  • September 11, 2009 11 Sep'09

    Gordon Brown apologises for treatment of Turing

    The Prime Minister has apologised for the treatment of Alan Turing, the father of Computer Science, after World War Two, which led to his suicide by cyanide poisoning in 1954.

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