What a week: Top stories you may have missed

Job prospects brighten in 2010, Google delivers its phone, Microsoft beats Apple to tablets, NHS IT suppliers charged with fraud. These stories and more in your weekly round up.


Editor's Highlights

Good news on IT jobs

Directors of former NHS IT supplier charged with fraud

Microsoft promises minimal Patch Tuesday, but no fix for Win 7 bug

Lancashire planning £1.9bn shared services framework

Check your MPs’ expenses ... on iPhone

Reader's Choice

O2 network overloaded by iPhone apps

Millions of German credit card holders hit by decade-end glitch

Is OpenOffice.org a Threat? Microsoft Thinks So

Microsoft unveils ad-supported Office 2010

Fujitsu workers launch three-day strike

From our Blogs

Hart of Outsourcing:<

Outsourcing: A lot in store for 2010

Governance & Risk blog:

Information: If it doesn’t make you stronger, it might kill you

Forrester blog:

Project managers: Resolve to evolve in the new year!

Open Enterprise:

Google and the Great White Open Spaces

SOA blog:

Does CTO mean “career transition occurring"?

Digging Deeper: Management Briefing

BMW powers ahead with Windows 7

How IT is set up to fail

Top 10 guides to help your IT career

Avoid the costly trap of multi-sourcing

Y2K a decade on

Digging Deeper: Google Watch

Google Nexus One phone is launched

Google uses Nexus One phone to boost mobile-online ad strategy

Google to be sued over Nexus One

Welcome to Google's Nexus One – and the "Nexus" Device

Google Android phones see heavy demand

Digging Deeper: CES Spotlight

Microsoft's Ballmer to beat Apple with tablet PC announcement

Asus reveals netbook that morphs into tablet

CES: Skype unveils high defintion video

CES: HP brings touchscreen to Mini netbook

Ford shows touchscreen dashboard at CES

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