Bad news for Android, good news for BlackBerry: Top 10 IT news stories of the week

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NHS IT, getting your own back on hackers, Linux cold feet and Windows 9 - it's all here folks

Bad news for Android, good news for BlackBerry (sort of). Linux spurned and the Apocalypse postponed. Here are the ten most read stories on Computing this week. 10. Open-source electronic patient records...

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