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Nokia E75: A Very Capable Qwerty

The E75 is Nokia’s first phone with a sliding qwerty keyboard – and it looks like the company has covered all the bases with a very attractive machine

Sun, Do You Have A Plan B?

As its deal with IBM evaporates, Sun needs a backup plan. Chris Preimesberger thinks there might be another deal on the table – from HP and Oracle, or maybe from Cisco

Google Twitter Buyout Rumours Persist

Google may be in late-stage negotiations to acquire Twitter, according to published online reports. But if Google were to acquire Twitter, how would that benefit Google?

UK Villagers Block Google Street View Car

Google Street View met resistance from a group of villagers in southern England, who formed a human chain to block a car shooting images for the online mapping tool

RIM Results Defy Downturn

Research in Motion posted strong numbers for the fourth quarter of 2009, found a way to cut costs and hinted toward more diversity in its portfolio, especially when it comes to more consumer-specific handsets

Google Rumoured To Be Buying Twitter

Reports say the search giant may be on the verge of acquiring the micro-blogging service – with a view to getting revenue from tweet searches

HP to put Android on Netbooks?

HP has confirmed that it is looking at Google’s Android as a possible operating system. Could it make for cheaper netbooks?

HP launches Cloud Assure Service

Hewlett-Packard announces a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering for the business community that integrates security, performance and availability applications and analytics into a complete package

Beware Of Nehalem’s Virtualisation Risk

Intel’s new flagship can cut your data centre’s power and space demands by packing more virtual machines in, but think before you put all your eggs in one basket, warns Cameron Sturdevant

Open Cloud Manifesto: Blighted From Birth?

Is the Open Coud Manifesto doomed even as it is officially announced? The top three cloud platforms have backed off, and the group faces stern criticism from the outsiders

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