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Honda's aims for 'collision-free society' are realised with new tech

Car-maker presents V2V, Vehicle-to-Motorcycle, Vehicle-to-Bicycle and “virtual tow” read more »

BBC developing common platform API to connect with business partners

Will launch new developer website soon read more »

Intel pastes second screen on prototype laptop

The laptop has a second e-ink screen to view news, images, Twitter feeds and notifications read more »

Salesforce.com launches $100 million venture capital fund

The money will go to startups building mobile applications on Salesforce.com's Salesforce1 platform read more »

IBM Watson cooks up some new dishes

Using Watson Chef, master cooks have created a tasty Vietnamese apple kabob and other novel dishes read more »

Google's latest big-data tool, Mesa, aims for speed

Mesa can hold petabytes of data across multiple servers while fielding millions of updates and queries per day read more »

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Novell Blogs

US Limits Software Patents - As EU Boosts Them

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Of Software Patents and API Copyrights

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FFII Lampoons OIN - ROFL

An entertaining April Fool seems more serious in the light of an amicus brief filed by IBM in the US Supreme Court read more »

Target breach: Vendors, you are not wrestlers

This isn't the WWE... read more »

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Innovation, productivity, agility and profit

Watch this on demand webinar which explores IT innovation, managed print services and business agility.


Windows 8

Windows 8

Check out our latest articles on Microsoft's next-generation operating system.


Securing the Enterprise

 Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons, and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to cyver criminals.


HP acquisitions

HP acquisitions

Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.


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Novell In Depth

Walgreens: Apple may have new watch - but collecting data from wearables is already in motion

Though mobile product lead says it would be foolish not to see what potential apps could work with new features read more »

Bringing brains to computers

Silicon brains will create new computers that can use the human brain as a model to make decisions read more »

Worst -- and best -- IT interview questions

'Gotcha' interview questions are popular at the Googles and Amazons of the tech world, but are they effective? IT hiring managers weigh in. read more »

The seven most important tech trends of 2012

Some of the new trends have hanged how we do business and manage the world of IT read more »

Free popular mobile apps pose security risks just as much as rogue apps

What if an app uploads a sales representatives' contact list and the developer then sells it to a competitor? read more »

Gamification - How enterprise mobile apps can learn from mobile games

Users, like consumers, respond emotionally to good design read more »

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Novell Slideshows

Seven key technologies the Mac brought us all

The computers we use today derive their core experience from Apple's Mac, but the Mac also popularised other tech that's now standard read more »

Apple's 15 boldest computer designs, 1976-2012

Here are some of Apple's most bold, iconic computer designs and what we think they're telling us read more »

Google future tech

Blue sky projects building a better future read more »

Microsoft biggest successes and worst failures

Never knowingly under-dramatic read more »

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White Papers

Analyst Paper: Total Cost of Ownership

IBM WebSphere Application Server v7 vs. JBoss EAP v5 TCO Analysis read more »

A Comprehensive Range of Solutions for All Types of UC Users and Applications

Virtual teams can better collaborate read more »

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