Qatar's naughty websites

Web surfers who hoped that Vodafone's Qatar launch might mean a more progressive approach to web censorship have been dissappointed - not to mention somewhat baffled, by the operator's new blocking screen

Tags: Vodafone Qatar
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

May 19, 2009

The $15 mobile

government is getting into the mobile phone game, with the launch of a new handset, the Vergatario

Tags: Vetelca
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

May 12, 2009

Clean Windows

Windows 7 is on its way, and it could be here much sooner than anticipated, with Acer apparently revealing that it would be selling systems with the new OS by October 23rd this year

Tags: Microsoft Corporation
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

May 5, 2009

Go with what you know

You have to hand it to the former Satyam bosses - it is now emerging from the Central Bureau of Investigation's inquiries that Ramalinga Raju and co turned their IT skills to their advantage in perpetrating the $1 billion-plus fraud at the services company

Tags: Satyam Computer Services
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 28, 2009

Apple Tax, Apple netbooks

Apple has come under attack recently by Microsoft, with Redmond claiming that Mac users face a hidden 'Apple Tax' by buying Macs

Tags: Apple Incorporated
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 23, 2009

Will Oracle do open source?

With the news that Oracle is set to snap up Sun for $7.4 billion, there's one big question over the deal - what will Oracle do with Sun's open source portfolio?

Tags: Oracle Corporation
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 20, 2009

Intel sees the bottom

Intel has sounded a note of hope that the PC market may have finally bottomed out

Tags: Intel Corporation
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 16, 2009

Satyam saved?

Tech Mahindra has been announced as the winner in the race for a majority share of Satyam - but does the bale out mean a safe future for Satyam, and for its new, smaller, owner?

Tags: Satyam Computer Services
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 14, 2009

Wi-fi scare stories

Teachers in the UK are calling for the government to remove wi-fi networks from schools over fears that wireless could be harmful to health

Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 12, 2009

iPhone blame game

So finally the UAE TRA finds its voice, and claims that the exorbitant prices that Etisalat charges for the iPhone are nothing to do with it

Tags: Emirates Telecommunications CorporationTelecommunications Regulatory Authority - UAE
Mark Sutton

Posted by: Mark Sutton

April 9, 2009

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