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Olympic security: How Atos will ensure that technology systems are protected

Burly guards in high-viz jackets won't be the only protection at the Games

Mon Apr 30 2012, 09:00

ZX Spectrum turns 30

Happy Birthday Speccy

Mon Apr 23 2012, 10:01

UK government must back off from internet surveillance

Column Legitimacy of government rests on the consent of the governed

Fri Apr 13 2012, 14:57

Ultrabooks can evolve further

Analysis Dual screen versions could be the next big thing

Tue Apr 03 2012, 12:40

Cisco enters the home straight for Olympics preparations

UK CTO explains firm's strategies for success at London 2012

Mon Mar 26 2012, 16:04

So it's called just the Ipad now

Column How arrogant of Apple

Fri Mar 09 2012, 12:51

Why Alexander Hanff is suing Google

Interview Privacy advocate goes to court over policy changes

Thu Mar 01 2012, 16:38

Meg Whitman gives HP a much-needed adrenalin shot

Opinion Battles over WebOS and PCs won't be easily won, but her decisive lead will steer the course

Mon Feb 20 2012, 18:13

Intel's 'steam ship' will dominate the mobile market

Column Even Steve Jobs couldn't have stopped it

Mon Feb 06 2012, 17:48

Mobile malware is about to explode, users need education

Column Users need to stop being naive and vendors should crack down

Fri Jan 20 2012, 15:33

2D to 3D conversion vs 3D head to head review

The ins and outs of both approaches to 3D

Fri Jan 06 2012, 17:29

The INQUIRER review of the year

A look back at the big news stories of 2011

Fri Dec 23 2011, 08:00

Carrier IQ is just the tip of the data mining iceberg

Column Users are giving away their data for free

Fri Dec 16 2011, 15:30

Obstacles hold 3D technology back from its full potential

Column Has a bright future, though

Fri Dec 09 2011, 14:27

US legislators are urged to drop SOPA

Analysis Slippery laws are bad for the internet

Mon Nov 21 2011, 14:54

40 years of microprocessor development

Timeline As Intel celebrates the 40th birthday of the 4004 chip, The INQUIRER looks at the key landmarks

Tue Nov 15 2011, 08:00

Rewired State plans to hack UK parliament for bonfire night

Interview Emma Mulqueeny talks up the need to open up government data

Fri Nov 04 2011, 12:00

Why the IT industry can shove off

Column A very personal list of gripes

Fri Apr 27 2012, 15:22

Archaic voting systems should be put online to boost election turnout

Column London Olympics is the ideal foundation for more innovative government services

Fri Apr 20 2012, 10:26

Adrian Cockcroft reveals how Netflix is driving Amazon to the limit

Interview Moving pictures to the cloud

Fri Apr 06 2012, 14:03

China's supercomputers are super, just not all of them

Column Showing the right face to the world does matter, too

Fri Mar 30 2012, 15:38

Privacy is your problem

Column Not your social networking provider's

Fri Mar 23 2012, 14:57

Talking with Anonymous, the day after

Exclusive Interview With Sabu gone, the group will go on

Wed Mar 07 2012, 13:30

Chip makers need new tricks to flog high-end chips

Column Gaming doesn't cut it any longer

Fri Feb 24 2012, 17:54

The Playstation Vita is unlikely to improve Sony’s fortunes

Column The gaming device will be trumped by smartphones

Fri Feb 10 2012, 17:00

Inside the world of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom

Analysis A mini profile of the newly-famous man

Tue Jan 31 2012, 11:39

Old-school IT teaching needs a major overhaul

Column Peer-led groups, not formulaic lessons, are the way to encourage UK tech whizz kids

Fri Jan 13 2012, 17:42

Top mobile players prepare to become 2012’s chip wrappers

Column Competition is about to get even tougher

Fri Jan 06 2012, 16:51

Patents are getting out of hand

Column Software patents are as foolish as trying to catch the wind

Thu Dec 22 2011, 15:22

Top 10 tech presents for Christmas

The best geeky gifts this year

Fri Dec 16 2011, 15:01

Web site blocking is oppressive and won't work

Column Censorship is evil and can't win

Fri Dec 02 2011, 17:21

Data analysis will drive Intel's future

Interview Crystal ball reveals back-end computing demand

Thu Nov 17 2011, 17:44

Top 10: If laptops were cars

We pick 10 laptops and their car equivalents

Fri Nov 11 2011, 16:55

The hidden value of HP's PC business

Analysis Deciding to stick is better than being left twisting in the wind

Fri Oct 28 2011, 17:46

Ivy Bridge overclocking performance is limited by current leakage

Analysis Great at 4GHz to 4.5GHz, but much more voltage needed beyond

Thu Apr 26 2012, 12:18

Intel and AMD ready high end enterprise CPUs and chipsets for a 2013 generational change

Analysis Brickland and Steamroller are the big push next year

Thu Apr 19 2012, 16:10

Make Facebook and Twitter work for you

Column Turn the tables on the lack of privacy

Thu Apr 05 2012, 14:23

In the robotics lab with Cornell University's Hod Lipson

Lipson explains how coffee granules and printing food are the future of robotics

Fri Mar 30 2012, 14:30

A look at the technology behind the London Olympics

From 12,000 PCs to WiFi on the London Tube

Fri Mar 09 2012, 16:31

Smartphone makers prepare quad-core models for battle

Column Upstart Huawei is looking to crash a long-running party

Fri Mar 02 2012, 11:46

The crystal ball for PC processors in 2012

Analysis Surely more exciting than 2011?

Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:38

RIM's future rests on its Blackberry 10 operating system

Opinion Pipe dream has to be realised by new CEO

Thu Feb 09 2012, 16:38

The greedy entertainment industry has taken enough from users

Column Bye bye, buying

Fri Jan 27 2012, 13:17

Intel moves in on ARM with Medfield smartphones

Analysis If the chipmaker can get power consumption low enough, that is

Fri Jan 13 2012, 17:13

Top 10 worst tech presents for Christmas

Gifts to avoid, or get for people you don't like

Fri Dec 23 2011, 09:00

Intel delays product after product without competition

Analysis Sandy and Ivy Bridges delayed by weak Bulldozer performance

Fri Dec 16 2011, 16:00

How to build a Thin Mini-ITX PC system

The pint sized PC

Fri Dec 09 2011, 15:31

Anonymous uses the internet to strike back

Column Hacktivists are a force for good

Fri Nov 25 2011, 14:49

Intel marks 40 years of the 4004 microprocessor

Analysis A 1971 breakthrough that changed the world

Tue Nov 15 2011, 09:25

Behind the mask of Anonymous

Analysis Meet the man that inspired the myth

Fri Nov 04 2011, 13:58
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