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Red Bull Racing are triple Formula 1 teams' champions

Formula One teams and cinema chains feel the need for network speed

AT&T and Infiniti Red Bull Racing partnership demonstrates a clear two-way street of learning

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Cloud is coming: IBM aims to cash in on 'inevitable' cloud use with SoftLayer setup

SoftLayer announcement shows Big Blue is ready for the cloud battle

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Twitter IPO: What we learned about the micro-blogging firm from its filing

With Twitter on the brink of entering the stock market, we take a look at the most interesting nuggets of information

Coding courses are no panacea for IT skills shortage

The rise in people taking coding courses could hinder as much as help the software industry

Cyber attacks will cause real world harm in next seven years

Users need to be educated about dangers of wearable tech and always-on society, warns Europol, Trend Micro and ICSPA

Oracle could edge out SAP in battle for in-memory superiority

Both approaches have merit, but Oracle has more chance of retaining customers

Dell's post-buyout transformation into enterprise IT provider faces customer perception challenges

Under private ownership, Dell will be freer to make structural changes, but needs to convince corporate IT buyers

Roaming charges to go by 2016 and net neutrality 'guaranteed' under landmark EU proposals

Wide-ranging proposals from EC look to rejuvenate Europe's struggling telecoms market

Intel looks beyond servers with Avoton launch

The Atom C2000 line is just part of a wider strategy to re-architect the data centre around Intel technologies

Microsoft move for Nokia no surprise in battle with Apple and Android

Wisdom for both firms in acquisition as mobile market claims another victim

Steve Ballmer's leadership at Microsoft: The successes and failures

From smartphones to the cloud, where the maverick executive won and lost

BlackBerry will not find salvation on Android platform after week of woe

Investors may see Google platform as chance for success but barriers abound

Broadband upload speeds stutter at 1.8Mbps but industry insists fibre will solve issue

ISPs, government, Ofcom, analysts and public disagree on importance of upload speeds

Micron Nand chief: Hard drives will always have their place

Micron sees rotating media lasting a while longer, as it looks to a 3D Nand future

Lakeland hack proves government cyber security health checks are vital

If a mid-sized UK retailer of kitchen goods isn't safe, who is?

Porn block: David Cameron's plans should not rely on filtering technology

Policy introduced by David Cameron provokes mixed reaction from tech industry and activist groups

Rackspace: Hybrid cloud is the future, but choose carefully which apps run where

Customers can't just forklift applications to the public cloud, Rackspace advises

Microsoft management overhaul is a welcome change

Shift in corporate strategy is long overdue, say industry experts

Computing teaching curriculum: Breakdown of controversial syllabus overhauls

V3 breaks down the new computing curriculum due to enter service in 2014

IT teaching overhauls welcomed by industry including Raspberry Pi and Microsoft

Industry heavyweights such as Microsoft and Adobe give backing to new curriculum, while others keep their feet on the ground

UK broadband criticisms expected but progress is plain to see

Delays always likely but now is the time for action

PRISM spy storm could see UK and US cloud computing customers flee overseas

Countries with more stringent privacy laws could see secure cloud solutions boom

Oracle's 'marriage of convenience' with Salesforce, NetSuite and Microsoft has benefits for cloud and Java users

Analysts see sense for all three firms after a busy few weeks around the negotiating table

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CIOs debate how to overhaul businesses for the digital era

V3 hosts roundtable with Sungard Availability Services

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