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In brief Services from satellite navigation outfit TomTom have suffered after a server migration fell behind schedule. The firm's website has been sporadically unavailable since Tuesday while Reg reader Steve reports that TomTom's traffic update service was out for around 12 hours.

A spokeswoman for TomTom acknowledged that the website had been unavailable but said all should be well by Friday. "When we migrated our servers to increase capacity we experienced technical problems which mean the process has taken longer than expected," she explained. ®

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