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12 Feb, 2008

EU to free Britain

Britain is to be the first EU state exempted from the bloc’s telecom market rules in areas with several networks, a reward for boosting competition by functional separation, a European Union source said on Tuesday. European Union rules require national telecoms markets to pass eight tests, such as making...

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05 Jan, 2008

Record 40 Million Germans With Jobs in 2008

A record 40.3 million people were employed in Germany last year, according to figures released by the Federal Office of Statistics. Elsewhere, however, there was further grim news for the German manufacturing sector. The record numbers of employment last year was the highest number since German unification in 1990,...

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03 Jan, 2008

North-South pay divide is narrowing for IT professionals

The North-South pay divide is narrowing for IT professionals as workers in the North are experiencing increasing pay in comparison to their southern peers, according to data gathered. Although, in most professions, Northerner pay fell by an additional two per cent in 2007 compared to salaries earned in London,...

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03 Dec, 2007

Google Can Now Find You

Google announced the release of a new version of Google Maps for Mobile, a two-year-old local search and mapping application that now employs cell tower identification information, not just GPS data, to locate mobile users. The new cell tower capability, which Google is calling My Location, will work on...

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14 Nov, 2007

Future directions in computing

Silicon electronics are a staple of the computing industry, but researchers are now exploring other techniques to deliver powerful computers. A quantum computer is a theoretical device that would make use of the properties of quantum mechanics, the realm of physics that deals with energy and matter at atomic...

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