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IDF 2007: Moore sees his law lasting another 10-15 years

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Gordon Moore made a special appearance at the IDF to talk about the evolution of the chip industry and give his insight

SAP launches Business ByDesign

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"Radically new" SaaS offering targets midsize companies, putting SAP head-to-head with the likes of NetSuite a

Yahoo buys web email company Zimbra

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$350 million purchase sees Yahoo get access to web email technology currently used by universities, ISPs and many mid-si

Best Buy and Carphone Warehouse expand relationship

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US electronics retailer builds stake in Carphone as Geek Squad joint venture is set for expansion in the UK.

New flaw found in Firefox browser

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Users urged to update to latest version of Firefox as exploit could allow hackers to run remote code.

Virgin Media to test 50Mb broadband in Kent

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Major upgrade to Virgin's cable broadband service to be beta tested by customers in areas of Kent including Dover,

Public Sector Roundup: Smartcards for seniors

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The Department for Transport rolls out England-wide smartcards for bus travel for seniors, Wakefield gets telehealthcare

The true cost of UK iPhone ownership

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You'll have plenty of room in your pocket for the iPhone after you empty your wallet, as British users are set to p

SCO on verge of collapse

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Bankruptcy protection doesn't stop vultures from circling.

Minister calls for broadband action

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Competitiveness minister Stephen Timms has said the UK needs a road map to deploy super fast broadband.

Herts council signs BT converged network contract

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Three-year contract will see BT consolidate voice and data onto single network for Hertfordshire County Council.

Happy Birthday to the smiley face

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The humble emoticon, which has spawned a multitude of different varieties and meanings in email and instant messaging, i

Multichannel retailers make gains online

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But comprehensive research finds pureplay e-commerce still leads way in online retailing.

London leads Europe in Wi-Fi rankings

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Research finds UK capital tops rival European cities in the use and adoption of wireless LAN technology and wireless hot

IDF 2007: Intel unfazed by AMD's triple core plans

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Intel's Otellini makes thinly-veiled comment suggesting that AMD's triple core plans don't have the compa

IDF 2007: Intel debuts Nehalem

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Three-week old chip architecture makes welcome appearance at the IDF.

IDF 2007: 45nm Penryn to ship 12 November

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First Penryn 45nm processors will ship in just under two months from now, Intel confirmed during the opening IDF keynote

IDF 2007: Intel showcases 32nm chip-making tech

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The chip giant gave delegates a privileged view of the world's first 300mm wafer made using its 32nm fabrication te

St. Pancras gets network boost for new Eurostar service

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New data network in place for launch of Eurostar services at St. Pancras from November.

QuickBooks gets redesign for new launch

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Popular small business accounting software is completely rewritten for simplicity and speed.

Nokia to buy mobile phone ads business Enpocket

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Acquisition will give world's largest phone maker ability to sell ads into multimedia capable phones such as the iP

Slow progress towards green IT

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New survey finds that companies talk a lot about green issues but mostly fail to act.

iPhone demand crashes O2 website

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The surge of interest in Apple's iPhone smartphone - 1,500 visitors per second - was so big following this morning&

Nokia launches E51 'desk phone replacement' mobile

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New E51 smartphone can integrate with an existing office PBX system using Wi-Fi, effectively supplanting the traditional

SWsoft goes shopping for SaaS and virtualisation assets

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Virtualisation vendor goes on acquisition and partnership spree to expand in the face of growing competition and rival d

Europe in drive for smart cars

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European Commission has released a report calling for intelligent technology in all new cars by 2010.

Intel ploughs money into China and India

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Intel used the precursory day of its Developer Forum (IDF) to reaffirm its commitment to helping innovative companies in

Suppliers line up for ID card contracts

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Potential suppliers have attended a bidders' conference for the multi-billion pound National Identity Scheme.

DNA database needs restraint, says council

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A report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics calls on police to only keep DNA of people convicted of a crime.

AMD goes triple-core

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First triple-core x86 processor to be launched as part of AMD's Phenom range.

Apple and O2 launches £269 iPhone in the UK

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Phone will sell for £269 inc VAT for the 8GB model, on sale from 9 November, and O2 as the exclusive mobile network.

IBM to launch free office software suite

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Big Blue to re-enter the office software market with a free Lotus-branded product, as Google announces new features in i

DHL moves over to e-invoices

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European project reduces paper, increases compliance for one of Europe's largest parcel delivery services.

IDF 2007: Intel invests to support emerging innovation

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The chip giant plans to direct Intel Capital investment towards emerging markets but reassures users that it won't

iPhone set for UK launch today

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The announcement of Apple's plans for a UK iPhone launch is due later this morning, with any such release likely to

TJX gang leader sentenced to five years

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Counterfeit cards based on data stolen from retail chain in the US and UK, used to redeem gift card spending.

UK a surveillance society, says survey

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Study by Liberty shows half of Britons believe they live in a surveillance society, with the government holding too much

Border control takes thousands of fingerprints

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The government collects 100,000 fingerprints a month overseas from people wanting to come to the UK.

Optical networking component vendors feel squeeze

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New research from Ovum RHK points to five per cent decline in market for optical networking componenets.

Microsoft's EU antitrust timeline

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The legal battle between the Windows software maker and European regulators has been running for almost a decade.

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