What a week: Top stories you may have missed

Editor's Highlights

Struggling £30m SAP project becomes political football

Thompson Reuters: Storage savings will pay for server virtualisation

Microsoft takes wraps off Bing search engine

NHS climbdown on care record

Google Wave invites developers to play

Reader's choice

Home Secretary claims 242 for husband's iPhone

Tayside Fire and Rescue finds BlackBerry stops IT budget burn

Software becomes an election issue

HP ‘to axe’ 850 UK jobs

Red Hat sues Swiss government over £22m Microsoft contract

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BT former Global Services boss gets £1.6m pay-off

Shell shake-up prompts IT job fears

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IT industry raises Byte Night charity target despite recession

Digging Deeper:Mobile update

How much work can you really do on a BlackBerry?

Kaspersky delivers 'remote wipe' for mobiles

Apple iPhone gets security benchmarks

Ericsson links mobile phone location to cards in fraud fight

Microsoft spells out Windows 7 netbook specs

Digging Deeper:Technology Update

Vista was best recruiter for desktop Linux says IBM

Microsoft integrates Groove into Office 2010

Security and regulatory issues slow virtualisation drive

Ingres bundles Red Hat JBoss for application development stack

Sun and IBM win Greenpeace Cool IT challenge

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