What a week: top stories you may have missed

The government's NHS IT programme recieved another blow when Fujitsu walked away from a £900 million contract, Dell was found guilty of fraud, while Google continued to push into the mobile space. It has been a busy week.


Editor's Highlights

NHS Fujitsu talks broke down on localisation costs

Hacking the FBI in six hours

Update: Dell found guilty of fraud

UK developers prefer open source

Société Générale security loopholes not fixed until end of year

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JavaOne: Sun U-turns on MySQL charging plan

XP SP3 update corrupts Windows registry, users claim

Norwich Union may outsource 250 IT jobs

HMRC ‘programming error’ leaves child trust funds awaiting payment

Confusion mounts over which Flash versions are under attack

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