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DWP IP address spat is irrelevant

The problem of IPv4 address depletion will be solved by migrating to IPv6, not selling off unused allocations, writes V3 correspondent Gareth Morgan

V3 reporter Shaun Nichols

iPhone 5 sees Apple finally playing catch-up

Latest creation follows as many trends as it sets

V3's Madeline Bennett

Raspberry Pi teams with Sony to bring manufacturing home to the UK

Overcomes build time and cost issues to shift manufacturing away from China

Why 2012 will be remembered as the year Microsoft was bold

With so many major products getting an overhaul, the software giant is making bold but risky moves

Apple's $1bn jury verdict against Samsung is patently ridiculous

V3 news editor Dan Worth questions wisdom of asking juries to rule on complex legal decisions

Billion-dollar court win could help to settle an old score for Apple

Samsung decision puts to rest the ghosts of Windows case

Why I'm ready to pick Nokia's Windows Phone 8 Lumia over Apple's iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 may be all the rage, but Nokia's next Lumia is set to be the smartphone industry's guiding light, according to V3's Alastair Stevenson

Olympics calls our love for Twitter into question

The 'social media Olympics' was a far cry from how it was expected to go, says V3 special projects editor Rosalie Marshall

Search update brings new privacy pitfalls for Google

Gmail integration leaves door open for ugly incidents, warns V3's US correspondent Shaun Nichols

Don't talk to me about Siri

Voice recognition technology is cropping up everywhere, but do we need it, asks V3 contributor Gareth Morgan

Facebook is taking a risky strategy with social and mobile ad plans

Social giant will have to rapidly improve app and permissions strategy to keep users on-board, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

To beat Apple, tablet rivals must challenge iTunes and the App Store, not the iPad

Tablet wars will boil down to media and software platforms, writes V3's US correspondent Shaun Nichols

Draconian legislation removes public support for copyright protection

Laws that trample on consumer rights to protect vested interests may backfire, says V3's technology editor Dan Robinson

We’ll look back at 2012 as the year everything changed

Technological advances are ensuring things will never be the same again, writes V3 news editor Dan Worth

Video conferencing will never replace the benefits of face-to-face conversations

Political leaders should have done more to embrace technology during the Earth Summit but some arguments for video conferencing are wrong-headed, argues V3's special projects editor Rosalie Marshall

Surface shines, but is it enough to unseat iOS and Android?

Plenty of room for Microsoft's promising tablet to trip up, says V3's US correspondent Shaun Nichols

Microsoft Surface tablet: Disagreements over firm's chance of success

V3 and Inquirer writers give their opinions on whether Redmond has what it takes to challenge Apple

Ditch the draft Communications Bill now

Whitehall seem inextricably drawn to internet surveillance but we must resist, writes V3 reporter Gareth Morgan

Raspberry Pi is not enough to revitalise UK IT developer skills

The educational developer device is a step in the right direction, but more is needed, says V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

It's time to change tax system to bring technology manufacturing back to the UK

Cushion making experiment has shown it can be done, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

HP's loss of Autonomy founder Mike Lynch could be UK tech sector's gain

HP's latest strategy change sees thousands of jobs go and new focus on cloud, security and information

Government moves towards accountability should be celebrated

IT chiefs are leading a new public sector culture of openness, says V3's special projects editor Rosalie Marshall

Microsoft should buy Nokia if it wants to take down Apple and Samsung

Can Redmond afford to let Finnish firm’s financial slide continue, asks V3 news editor, Dan Worth.

Apple is wrong to try and cage its Lion

No matter how beautifully designed, users quickly tire of walled gardens writes V3 correspondent Gareth Morgan

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