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Apple fights $644m patent suit
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South Korea accounts for third of the world's malware
Rapid rise of viruses from Asian nation.
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Sun builds world's biggest application store for Java
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Brazil carries out world’s largest desktop virtualisation project
More than 350,000 virtualised desktops will be introduced to Brazilian schools in what is claimed to be the world’s largest-ever implementation of the technology.
Feb 18 2009 6:56AM
Virtual worlds becoming money laundries
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A Taiwanese manufacturer is selling what is possibly the world’s cheapest laptop.
Jul 29 2008 1:19PM
World’s oldest bible goes online
The British Library has announced that it will put the remains of the world’s oldest bible online for public viewing.
Jul 23 2008 9:05AM
World's oldest blogger signs off
The Australian woman believed to be the world's oldest blogger has died.
Jul 15 2008 9:18AM
IBM and Linden teleport avatars beween virtual worlds
Linden Labs, creators of Second Life, and IBM say they have developed have created a set of compatible avatars that can be used on either companies systems.
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World’s first systems analyst dies
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Virtual worlds can cut staff training costs, says Gartner
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Boffins build world's smallest transistor
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3Dconnexion develops 3D Mice for virtual worlds
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Boffins fire up world's most powerful laser
The Texas Petawatt laser has become the highest powered laser in the world, after delivering more than one petawatt (one quadrillion watts) of laser power..
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Scientists at IBM have built the world's tiniest nano-photonic switch with a footprint about 100 times smaller than the cross section of a human hair. The breakthrough brings Big Blue another step closer to creating chips that use light rather than electrons to transmit data..
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China becomes world's biggest internet population
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Russia overtakes China as the world's highest producer of malware and viruses
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Scientists from the University of Michigan claim to have created the world's most powerful laser..
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Sonim shows off world's toughest mobile
A bus has been touring round Barcelona during this year's Mobile World Congress trying to get locals to break a mobile phone..
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