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December 6, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 06 2010

Our pick of the morning reading

By Cbr Rolling Blog

Time for Jeremy Hunt to decide: does he want a BT monopoly, or fibre everywhere? (The Guardian)
The strategy announced on Monday is too little and doesn’t address the real issues: access to BT infrastructure and taxation on rivals’ fibre, says Charles Arthur.

Merseyside emerges as hub for start-ups (Financial Times)
What do Helsinki, Silicon Valley and Liverpool have in common? The answer is a cluster of innovative, digital businesses looking for investment and opportunities to grow. Andrew Bounds reports.

What does the cloud mean to you? (Gartner)
Gartner research director Lydia Leong looks at the state of the cloud market as the firm readies its Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service and Web Hosting.

Wikileaks: Chinese leaders’ vanity searches on Google led to hacking (Search Engine Land)
Greg Sterling looks at the revelations from the latest WikiLeaks documents that claim to prove China was behind the infamous Google hack.

The rise and fall of complexity: Apps (Forrester)
Tom Grant launches the first in a new series looking at the tech industry’s drive to reduce complexity, starting with apps.

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