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    It's tragic how fate is treating RIM. Blackberry was the standard bearer formobile computing and now these difficulties threaten to destroy RIM. Even distinguished figures such as Piers Morgan are taking to Twitter to condemn the service. All we need... 

  • Nine out of ten city CIOs on course for prosecution by FSA

    Over 90 per cent of city firms could face prosecution in November for failing to comply with new FSA regulations on call recording, according to one study. With November's deadline for meeting the Financial Services Authority's new rules on call... 

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    Poor old PC. Things are not looking good. After all the furore surrounding HP's decision to retreat from the PC arena, we now read that Gartner has downgraded its PC market forecast for 2011, suggesting the PC is "not a particularly compelling p... 

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    Keep quiet about this -it's an industry secret - but some IT companies can be a bit dull to work for. But how do you move up the ladder? If your current job leaves you creatively unfulfilled, and you want something impressive to put on your Linkedin ... 

  • Where MeeGo now if Intel shifts to Android and Windows Phone 7?

    I confess to knowing very little about MeeGo apart from the fact it used to be Intel and Nokia's next generation OS for smartphones and tablets. Most of the time when MeeGo has impinged on my consciousness it's been for negative reasons, such as Noki... 

  • If HP wants to be the new IBM, does Google want to be the new Apple?

    So I go away for two weeks and all hell breaks loose. First, Google decides to buy Motorola's mobile phone operation, then HP says it's getting out of the PC business and discontinuing WebOS products. Now, the Google thing makes sense, kind of, if yo... 

  • iPhone users are most dangerous behind the wheel says survey

    In a survey conducted last week, this column uncovered the truth about iPhone users; they make the worst drivers. The survey was conductedon two separate occasions on the same stretch ofroad. Cycling against the traffic, from Chobham to Kingston in S... 

  • PR Masterclass: how to write engaging content

    Gavin Bird is digital engagement director for Condescentii PR. Like many public relations executives who've been in the business for more than six months, he's sick and tired of journalists. So, to cheer him up, we asked him for an independent review... 

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    I told the world about SpinVox but no-one listened. Then along came the BBC's glamorousRory Cellan-Jones, and they all listened. I can't imagine why no one took me seriously! (Here I am, left, in a kimono) About the time when the News of the World st...