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Unsurprisingly the events of last week relating to Google's decision to perform a u-turn on its China policy are causing quite the media ripple, to put it very …

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Some good work over at the Guardian over the past few days with respect to trying to analyse the potential super-fast broadband installation patterns for the UK under …

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Please excuse the sarcastic title, but it was intended to illustrate a point - nobody loves IE. Yes, many use it - although the majority of them are …

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As I write this I'm aware of the fact that for many the news that a BAFTA ceremony even exists for video games is surprising and, indeed, this …

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There's a nice little write-up on Techcrunch today on the Hunch Twitter Predictor Game, a fun little quiz which asks you a series of questions and then predicts …

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Just a quick thought concerning Apple's current lawsuit against the Taiwanese manufacturer HTC over alleged patent infringement relating to touch-screen smart-phone technologies: basically, what happens if Apple win? …

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Here's a bit of tongue-in cheek fun for you, courtesy of Denver based Aten Design group who have held a funeral ceremony for IE6 last week - Microsoft's …

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After the European commission decision to force Microsoft to actively offer web users a choice of different browsers (rather than simply the implicit potential to search for, download, …

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