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Google in discussions with Chinese government

Google in discussions with Chinese government

Eric Schmidt reported as saying he expects movement 'soon' over the dispute.
Mar 12 2010 10:23AM
Google postpones Android phone launch in China

Google postpones Android phone launch in China

Firm admits planned launch with China Unicom has been halted.
Jan 20 2010 10:07AM
Twitter to launch a paid-for service for businesses

Twitter to launch a paid-for service for businesses

Also support for more foreign languages.
Nov 14 2009 8:51AM
EU still unsure of Oracle-Sun deal

EU still unsure of Oracle-Sun deal

Oracle fails to provide assurances.
Oct 23 2009 6:38AM
Ballmer cutting on Windows Mobile progress

Ballmer cutting on Windows Mobile progress

Should be on version seven by now.
Sep 28 2009 6:41AM
Microsoft serves up Hyper-V R2

Microsoft serves up Hyper-V R2

Battle with VMware heats up.
Aug 31 2009 6:56AM
Windows 7 can be used free for four months

Windows 7 can be used free for four months

30-day trial extended three times, report claims.
Aug 21 2009 6:07AM
Enterprise content management vendors go mobile

Enterprise content management vendors go mobile

Address changing patterns of users.
Aug 18 2009 6:14AM
Managers under pressure to cut outsourcing costs

Managers under pressure to cut outsourcing costs

But new study shows further savings proving hard to achieve.
Jul 21 2009 11:31AM
Microsoft delivers Windows Vista Service Pack 2

Microsoft delivers Windows Vista Service Pack 2

Microsoft has announced that the second service pack for its much-maligned Windows Vista operating system is now available to download.
May 28 2009 6:22AM
Pirate Party on course for election triumph

Pirate Party on course for election triumph

The Pirate Party, a Swedish political party set up to promote internet piracy and reform copyright laws, is set to win several seats in the European parliament, according to reports.
May 25 2009 6:10AM
Swedish hacker indicted for Cisco attack

Swedish hacker indicted for Cisco attack

A 21 year old Swedish hacker has been indicted for attacks on Cisco that saw the networking giant’s source code stolen.
May 7 2009 1:15PM
IT managers planning to freeze headcounts

IT managers planning to freeze headcounts

Nearly half of IT directors plan to freeze staff headcounts during the next year, according to new research by an IT recruitment firm.
Apr 4 2009 9:35AM
Massive Chinese cyber hack revealed

Massive Chinese cyber hack revealed

Canadian researchers have revealed an alleged extensive Chinese spying operation, which involved the hacking of over 1000 computers in 103 countries, according to reports.
Mar 30 2009 6:37AM
Twitter not for sale, insists co-founder

Twitter not for sale, insists co-founder

Twitter has ruled out a merger or acquisition of the company but said that it would be keen to partner with other organisations, such as Google, according to a Reuters report.
Mar 13 2009 6:04AM
Costs skyrocket in the battle against spam

Costs skyrocket in the battle against spam

The average company could be wasting over US$180,000 a year in lost productivity because of unsolicited email, according to security giant McAfee.
Mar 10 2009 6:22AM
Symantec outlines Project Guru service

Symantec outlines Project Guru service

Symantec has used the Demo 09 conference in California to preview a new web-based service that lets technology experts work as problem fixers for friends and family without having to travel to their physical location.
Mar 4 2009 6:14AM
Fujitsu to launch zero-watt PC

Fujitsu to launch zero-watt PC

Fujitsu Siemens Computers has made a number of announcements ahead of this year's Cebit technology trade show in Hanover in March, including what it describes as a zero-watt PC.
Jan 21 2009 6:26AM
Abused IT workers ready to quit

Abused IT workers ready to quit

A quarter of IT staff in small and medium-sized businesses have suffered verbal or physical abuse at work, and many are looking for careers elsewhere, according to new research from IT support firm Connect.
Jan 9 2009 12:53PM
Apple iPhone driving up Wi-Fi use

Apple iPhone driving up Wi-Fi use

Smartphone users are driving up the use of Wi-Fi hotspots, according to a new survey, with Apple's iPhone accounting for nearly 10 per cent of access requests in the US.
Dec 19 2008 6:18AM

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