What a week: Google Chrome OS, US cyber attacks and more

Google's Chrome operating system - marketing hype or real challenger to Windows? Tories question core of NHS IT programme. US and South Korean government websites under prolonged attack. Contractors pay cut. All this and more in your weekly round up.

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