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  • News: PC users happy with Windows 7

    Nearly a year after its launch, Windows 7 has accomplished what Microsoft and its PC manufacturing partners had hoped it would: Make users forget about its much-maligned predecessor Vista. In fact, customer satisfaction among personal computer users is at or near all-time highs, according to a new report by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).

  • News: Apple tops Customer Satisfaction Index report

    Are you happy with your Mac or iPad? Join the club--and by that, I mean those customers surveyed by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), which gave Apple a score of 86 out of 100 in this year's review, giving the company its highest score to date.

  • News: BlackBerry tablet to appear next week?

    Research in Motion may introduce a tablet computer next week, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

  • News: Sharp buys US solar project developer

    Sharp will acquire Recurrent Energy, a U.S. developer of solar energy projects, in a deal that will give the Japanese company a stronger position in the fast-growing solar-power generation business, the companies said Wednesday.

  • News: Goldman Sachs predicts tablets, wireless data growth

    Goldman Sachs' investment research arm expects a coming boom in wireless data consumption fueled by 4G wireless services and the rise of mobile tablet computers.

  • News: The technology behind games development revealed

    Despite a lack of attention in past years, the Australian games development industry is increasingly punching above its weight and is contributing more to the economic prosperity of the country than its profile would suggest. According to the Game Developers’ Association of Australia (GDAA), the industry body responsible for growing the profile of the Australian interactive game industry, the sector is a dynamic and sophisticated one driven by strong creative and management talent, advanced technology, and 30 years’ games development experience.

  • News: Nokia denies N8 delay

    Nokia is denying its N8 touch-screeen smartphone, designed to rival Apple's iPhone, is delayed and insists the phone is on track to ship third-quarter 2010.

  • News: Poll: 70 percent of PC users also own games console

    Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of respondents to a PC Advisor survey indicated that they own a gaming console.

  • News: Twitter hack sees third-party websites opened without clicking links

    Hackers have exploited a flaw in Twitter, which results in pop-ups and third-party websites being opened despite users simply hovering over links with their mouse.

  • Harman Kardon SoundSticks III speaker

    Harman Kardon has updated its popular SoundSticks speakers to match the styling of the modern Mac. The SoundSticks III will go onsale worldwide this month for €199. 

  • News: Internet Week Europe to hit London on November 8

    London will play host to over 100 events designed to celebrate the web as part of Internet Week Europe, which will take place for five days from November 8.

  • News: 23% of university students have hacked into an IT system

    Nearly a quarter (23 percent) of university students have successfully hacked into IT system, says Tufin Technologies.

  • News: Apple working on a 7-inch iPad?

    A research note by Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar released on Monday suggets Apple are indeed working on a smaller iPad tablet, complete with front-and rear-facing cameras for FaceTime video conferencing and face to face chat.

  • News: HP and Oracle settle lawsuit against former CEO Hurd

    HP and Oracle have settled the lawsuit HP filed against its former CEO and current Oracle co-President Mark Hurd as well as "reaffirmed their long-term strategic partnership".

  • News: BT upgrades phone & broadband bundle customers to fibre for free

    BT is offering its customer that have a phone and broadband bundle the chance to upgrade to its fibre service for free, when it become available in their area.

  • News: Adobe launches Photoshop, Premiere Elements 9

    Adobe on Monday announced the latest version of Photoshop Elements 9, the company's consumer-level photo editing application, for both Mac and Windows. There are a number of features in this version that are new to Mac users, most notably the bundled Elements Organizer, which acts as a hub for importing, managing, and viewing photo and video files.

  • News: Google to offer Google Docs editing for Apple iPad

    Google said on Monday that Apple iPad owners would soon be able to edit Google Docs files on their tablets.

  • News: London Underground to get mobile phone signal by 2012?

    The Mayor of London is hoping to ensure mobile signal is extended to the city's underground network in time for the Olympics.

  • News: iPhone, iPod Touch can now access enterprise networks

    iPhone and iPod Touch users can now remotely access their enterprise networks by using a new app available on the Apple App Store, according to networking solutions firm Juniper Networks.

  • News: Microsoft Zune coming to the UK with Windows Phone 7

    Microsoft plans to offer elements of its Zune music and movie services throughout Europe and other countries this fall in conjunction with the release of its Windows Phone 7 operating system.



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