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  • MeeGo test drive

    MeeGo is a new Linux operating system for mobile devices, desktop PCs and Net Books. Cliff Saran takes a close look at what it has to offer.

  • European Space Agency gets IP Wan to handle satellite images

    The European Space Agency is using an IP wide area network from Interoute to link up its 13 sites with bandwidth of between 1.5Mbps and 500Mbps. This picture gallery shows examples of the satellite images stored and secured on the network.

  • Office 2010 review in pictures and video

    The biggest problem with Office 2010 is earlier versions of Office itself. Any of the past two or three editions of the software are capable of handling day-to-day tasks – so why upgrade? Tim Anderson investigates.

  • NHS North Somerset PCT revamps telecoms

    NHS North Somerset PCT improves communication at its new health centre with a flexible communications system supplier by Virgin Media Business.

  • Photos: The 2010 Election in pictures

    The Election has been long and hard for all three parties with each leader vying for our attentions. We sum up the campaign in a bid to help you make up your mind.

  • A guide to ERP for small and large businesses

    Bob Tarzey looks at the business case for integrating ERP systems for large and small companies

  • Photos: Avatar Tree of Life in Hyde Park

    Visitors to Hyde Park were greeted with a high-tech model of the Tree of Souls from James Cameron’s film Avatar last weekend.

  • Visual Studio 2010 first look

    Visual Studio 2010 offers an integrated environment of tools and server infrastructure that Microsoft says can be used to simplify the entire application development process.

  • Competition: Win tickets to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Finals

    Computer Weekly has teamed up with Mahindra Satyam to give away FIFA World Cup™ match tickets, including two tickets for the FIFA World Cup™ Final itself.

  • Photos: Adobe CS5 first look

    CS5 is the latest release of Adobe's Creative Suite, which includes tighter workflow to help designers and Flash developers work more efficiently across Photoshop. Illustrator and Flash.

  • Virtual desktops online in space

    Astronauts at the International Space Station are being given access to applications and websites through Citrix’s XenDesktop software.

  • Photos: CERN - A tour of the large hadron collider

    This month is the 20th anniversary of the Web, which was invented by Tim Berners-Lee at Cern in March 1989.

  • Photos: Hardware Hoarders - Your old computers (PART 2)

    Last year we invited Computer Weekly readers to send us photos and videos of the oldest IT equipment they've held on to, and to share their excuses for hoarding it. Have a look at some of the entrants.

  • Photos: Hardware Hoarders - Your old computers (PART 1)

    Last year we invited Computer Weekly readers to send us photos and videos of the oldest IT equipment they've held on to, and to share their excuses for hoarding it. Have a look at some of the entrants.

  • Photos: Hardware Hoarders - Your old computers (PART 3)

    Last year we invited Computer Weekly readers to send us photos and videos of the oldest IT equipment they've held on to, and to share their excuses for hoarding it. Have a look at some of the entrants.

  • Gatwick gears up for complete IT overhaul

    Gatwick Airport was recently sold to Global Infrastructure Partners, which is planning an overhaul of the entire operation. Technology will be a big part of that, with nearly all the systems needing attention.

  • Photos: F1 - The wind beneath Red Bull's wings

    This year see Red Bull Racing enter the Formula One championships with Sebastien Vettel and Mark Webber taking to the grid. We look at what goes into putting the team on the track!

  • Photos: The role of technology in the Chile aid effort

    When a natural disaster strikes, one of the first things to go down is the communications network. These pictures illustrate how technology is helping in the aid effort.

  • Photos: World Cup 2010 gets its own Hand of God

    Hundreds of thousands of people will be attending this year’s Football World Cup in South Africa either as spectators or workers. But what no-one will notice, and few probably know, is that software written by Mahindra Satyam will make sure everything off the pitch goes smoothly.

  • The ten noughtiest inventions

    Technology-based innovations dominate a list of the best inventions of the past decade.

  • Winter Olympics sets marker for London 2012

    It has been difficult to miss the fact that the Winter Olympics are being held in Vancouver, Canada.

  • Photos: Great female technology entrepreneurs

    While the arguments over how to get a better gender balance in tech fly back and forth, we’ve highlighted just a few female entrepreneurs working in the UK who founded their own IT companies, or use technology to provide a product or service.

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