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The technology supplement of the Daily Telegraph will be folded into the main paper after its last publication next Thursday, November 8.

Three full-time staff of Dotcom Telegraph are to be transferred to the City desk of the main paper. They will also contribute to two pages of the main newspaper alloted to IT and technology news every Tuesday.

Dotcom Telegraph was launched 18 months ago at the height of the dotcom boom but the downturn of the IT and high-tech sectors means there is too little advertising revenue to sustain it as a standalone section.

In May, The Times closed its Interface tech section, citing similar reasons. And in September, The Sunday Times folded its Doors consumer tech supplement into its Culture section ®

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