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Editor's Highlights

Intel ruling opens the floodgates for civil cases

BT Global Services in £1.6bn writedown, but quiet on NHS

Bungled secret intelligence IT project needs major inquiry

How a man used social engineering to trick a FTSE-listed financial firm

Tesco IT upgrade causes till outage

Reader's choice

Gartner: Use open source to cut 35% from e-commerce costs

Software piracy cost UK industry £1.49 billion in 2008

DVLA issues 62,000 duplicate tax discs after systems glitch

Union slams Fujitsu for scrapping pension schemes

Microsoft: Windows 7 released in August 2009

From our Blogs

Linux, open source and Sharepoint in the public sector

The Open Database Alliance: Forking MySQL?

Intel ruling unlikely to change nature of dominant incumbents

Digging Deeper: Intel anti-monopoly fine

Intel fined £950m by EU in antitrust case

Intel CEO 'strongly disagrees' with 'baffling' £948m antitrust fine

AMD to Intel: Fine, let's make the cross-license deal public

EU case relies on "weak evidence" says Intel lawyer

Double-punch for Wintel Duopoly - and Beyond

Digging Deeper:SAP's Sapphire show

SAP founder promises in-memory database revolution

SAP's BI for the masses gets thumbs up from beta testers

Coca-Cola boosts analytics with SAP

SAP 'changes the game' on support

SAP expands business-intelligence strategy

News extra

Forrester: CIOs driving innovation in spite of recession

IT salaries falling, but developers in demand

Whitehall CIO praises £13.7 billion IT expenditure

Volkswagen UK signs outsourcing deal with TCS

Government Deputy CIO to head up digital engagement

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