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Year in review 2011: March

Year in review 2011: March

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It's the end of the year, but before we get too excited about what's to come next, lets take a breather, let those mince pies break down and glance back at 2011. In the big wide world, March saw the tragic events of the earthquakes in Christchurch, New... >>

Year in review 2011: February

Year in review 2011: February

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It's the end of the year, but before we get too excited about what's to come next, lets take a breather, let those mince pies break down and glance back at 2011. In the world outside of tech, the Irish were busy taking to the polls for a General Election,... >>

Happy Christmas, Android style (video)

Happy Christmas, Android style (video)

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The Google Android team have posted a Happy Holidays video on YouTube for all fans of the operating system, and to, perhaps, counter Apple's Santa using Siri advert. Yep, the big, jolly fellow himself appears, wandering through the company headquarters... >>

Dominick the Donkey could beat X-Factor stars Little Mix to UK Christmas no. 1 (video)

Dominick the Donkey could beat X-Factor stars Little Mix to UK Christmas no. 1 (video)

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Take a quick glance at the iTunes singles chart in the UK and you may be surprised at the current standings. X-Factor winners Little Mix are in third position, behind the favourite to be the number one single this Christmas, Wherever You Are, sung by... >>

VIDEO: RIM has a vision of the future too

VIDEO: RIM has a vision of the future too

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Anything Microsoft can do, RIM can do, er....well, not better - but roughly the same except perhaps a little bit more boring. No, we're not talking smartphones here (that'd be an unfair description, right?) but visions of the future. Following the brilliant... >>

VIDEO: Microsoft's vision of the future

VIDEO: Microsoft's vision of the future

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If you liked Corning's A Day Made of Glass video, then you're going to love this vision of the future from Microsoft Office. Using ideas based on real technologies, Microsoft Office's president Kurt DelBene explains: "Some of the capabilities, such as... >>