Gender gap could create next big tech market 
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Billion dollar lost opportunity.
 
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Replaces end-of-life desktops with Windows 7 laptops.
 
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RIM brings email to the PlayBook with OS 2.0 
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Delivers on promise.
 
iPad factory conditions 'tranquil' 
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Compared to a garment factory.
 
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Survey finds an industry of ageing male workaholics.
 
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Equal opportunity reforms to face parliament.
 
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Sets up working group to iron out "challenges" in its software.
 
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Rare insight into working conditions.
 
Conficker Working Group identifies successes and failures 
 
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Australian handsets come with unreliable GPS.
 
Microsoft to check Chinese supplier abuse allegations 
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Cooperative effort to combat stock manipulators.
 
Business culture hinders remote working  
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Bosses don’t trust employees to work.
 
MessageLabs spots resilient new breed of botnets 
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Latest examples can recover from shut down in just 48 hours.
 
Attacks on social networking sites fade away 
By Iain Thomson | Aug 7, 2009 | Comment Now 
Twitter, Facebook and LiveJournal back online after attack.
 
BT staff offered a year off on 25 per cent pay 
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New "flexible" working packages.
 
W3C accelerates HTML 5 
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More focus on next version of markup language.
 
Fish and cows become facial recognition targets 
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