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  • CES 2012 - Rise of the ultrabooks

    CES 2012 has been dominated by ultrabooks. The ultimate machines when it comes to mobile computing. Here are seven of the best.

  • BBC Domesday Touchtable unveiled

    Two technologies met to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 1986 BBC Domesday Project, with the 2011 BBC Domesday Reloaded Project being revealed last week.

  • The UKtech50: The top 20

    Following on from our successful afternoon yesterday, where we unveiled the most influential people within the UK IT industry, ComputerWeekly brings you the lowdown on the top 20.

  • Highlights from the Social Media Awards

    Computer Weekly's Social Media Awards 2011 proved to be extremely popular but just in case you missed it here are a few pictures from the night.

  • The Social Media Awards - The Winners!

    Computer Weekly's search for the best use of social media in IT is finally over after hundreds of nominations and thousands of votes we now have the winners and the Social Media Champion - Kate Craig-Wood, of cloud computing firm Memset.

  • 10 Reasons to consider the Nokia Lumia 800 for business

    Nokia is hoping that their new relationship with Windows Phone will come good in 2012. Following the release of the Lumia 800 yesterday, here at ComputerWeekly.com we’ve compiled 10 reasons Nokia are moving in a new direction.

  • A showcase of Nokia goodies from QT Developer Day

    With co-located ‘sister’ events in Munich this October, followed by a subsequent US event held in San Francisco in early November, Nokia Qt has started off its 2011 Developer Days event programme. Qt is a cross-platform application and user interface framework that extends well outside of smartphones into tablet, desktop PC and embedded deployments.

  • Photos: Best features of Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich - Android 4.0

    Google has introduced the latest version of its mobile operating system (OS), Android 4.O, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • Windows Server 8 Preview

    Microsoft has previewed the next version of Windows Server, which the company says is optimised for the cloud. The preview is not feature-complete, but the key features are in place and most changes are likely to be in user interface detail and of course fixing bugs. There are three big themes: management, virtualisation and storage, says Tim Anderson, who takes a close look at the new server OS.

  • Photos: Business apps for the iPhone

    In this photo story we look at the apps that make the iPhone a business smartphone.

  • Photos: The Amazon Kindle Fire tablet

    There have been rumours for a long time that Amazon would release a tablet – and now here is the Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet, with minimum specs but maximum content.

  • Windows 8: A first look at new features for business users

    A first look at Windows 8 from Microsoft's BUILD conference in Anaheim, shows what enterprise users can expect.

  • Photos: Sony S and P Tablets unveiled ready to battle the iPad 2

    Although they may be similar in terms of their specifications the S and P look completely different. Impressively, Sony have managed to make them both individually distinctive, stylish and attractive.

  • Photos: From launch to loser - the 14 fastest-failing tech products

    A year ago HP spent billions buying up Palm with a view to venturing into the world of tablets and smartphones only to announce that it is discontinuing its consumer oriented computer business. The demise of the Touchpad and other WebOS devices has prompted us here at Computer Weekly to compile a list of some other notable gadget failures.

  • Photos: BlackBerry unveils its new smartphone range

    BlackBerry has unveiled five new smartphones to combat Apple and HTC's dominance in the smartphone market.

  • Review of Visual Studio Lightswitch

    A review of Visual Studio Lightswitch, Microsoft's simplified self-service development tool.

  • The IT that serves Wimbledon 2011

    IBM provides an integrated end-to-end scoring system that delivers live tennis results to the BBC TV graphics, on-court scoreboards, match information displays, official web site and Wimbledon's own iPhone app.

  • Office 365 versus Google Apps

    How does Office 365 compare to Google Apps...

  • Photos: How Team Lotus uses IT to drive its Formula One racing

    Norfolk-based Team Lotus believes its IT environment and eight-strong IT team is crucial to climbing the Formula One grid and making its cars race faster.

  • Review: Visual Studio ALM

    The benefits of making software development more transparent

  • The computers that won the war: Bletchley Park's codebreaking equipment is rebuilt

    The Tunny Gallery, opened at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park on 26 May 2011, tells the incredible story of the interception and decryption of German High Command radio teleprinter messages during World War Two.

  • How much do IT managers really earn?

    How much do IT managers earn? These graphics from Kew Associates show the best paying sectors for IT managers, and assess how pay levels have risen over the past five years.

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