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NTT makes US$3.2 billion bid for Dimension Data

The South African solution provider made a big entry into the Canadian market in 2007, and its board is recommending acceptance of the NTT offer

Microsoft’s Jon Roskill: I’m not Allison Watson, and I won’t try to be

The new worldwide channel chief for Microsoft is determined to chart his own course

Microsoft outlines personal cloud strategy

As the lines between work and personal blur, Microsoft's Kevin Turner believes our heads will increasingly be in the cloud

How to never lose your Blackberry again

Plus, Blackberry Enterprise Server and Intel's second quarter earnings

10 free Android apps for staying in the know

Owning an Android smartphone means never having to say 'I don't know'

Oracle gearing up for more purchases

Part of a $3.25 billion debt offering will be earmarked for "future acquisitions"rnrn

Intel to ramp up Sandy Bridge faster than expected

The world's largest chip maker raised its capital spending to meet anticipated demand for the new processorsrnrn

With fix now out, Microsoft sees jump in XP attacks

Microsoft as now tracked 25,000 attempts to exploit a flaw in XP's Help and Support Centerrnrn

Bing client for Android due within weeks

Microsoft's share of Web searches increased again slightly in June, executives said Tuesdayrnrn

Microsoft alters channel program for the cloud

New cloud profitability for partners strategy aims to speed up channel's transition to off-premise opportunities

Six benefits of Microsoft Windows Azure

Plus, new Aspire desktops from Acer and new switches from Netgear

Consumer Reports: Don’t buy Apple’s iPhone 4

Magazine's conclusion is "black eye" for Apple, says analystrnrn

Cloud fever at Microsoft with Windows Azure appliance

New Windows Azure appliance launched at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference

Academic study says violent games reduce stress

Research concludes that violent video games could actually combat anger and depression

Microsoft extends Windows XP downgrade rights until 2020

With 74 per cent of business PCs running XP, the move is more proof that it's the OS that won't diernrn

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