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  • News: 1,100 jobs at risk as Best Buy closes its doors

    All 11 UK Best Buy electronics stores are to close, only 17 months after the first shops opened. The move puts 1,100 jobs at risk, parent company Carphone Warehouse has announced, because the retail outlets have failed to turn a profit. But Carphone Warehouse says it hopes it can find alternative jobs for a "large majority" of its Best Buy employees.

  • How-Tos: How to back up Windows Mail

    A reader wanted to know how he could back up his Windows Mail messages and contacts to another PC. Our Helproom Expert explained.

  • News: Yahoo says ignore the rumors, nothing to announce yet

    Yahoo said that its board's strategic review is still underway, with a wide range of options under active consideration, in the wake of unconfirmed reports that some private equity firms and technology companies are planning to invest in the Internet company.

  • News: Windows set to arrive on IBM mainframes

    IBM mainframes are on the verge of managing Windows applications, crossing one of the last big system divides in data centers.

  • News: China's Internet firms vow to tighten regulation of Web

    China's top IT firms have pledged to step up the regulation of their services as government authorities have intensified calls to control the development of the nation's Internet.

  • News: Israel govt. websites down, after a hacker threat

    Israeli government websites were down on Sunday, two days after the hacker group Anonymous had threatened to attack the government for its maritime blockade of the Gaza Strip.

  • News: PC Advisor now available for Android smartphones

    PC Advisor is now available for Google Android smartphones, with a free download delivering expert news, reviews, tutorials and blogs to Android users via a native app.

  • How-Tos: How to Repair a Corrupt Windows 7 Installation

    Every operating system needs an occasional repair job, and Windows 7 is no exception. Whether the source of the problem is corrupt data, a particularly brutal piece of malware, or some other serious issue, you'll occasionally have to reinstall your copy of Windows.

  • News: Hacker Group Member Released By Drug Cartel

    Hacker collective Anonymous and the drug cartel Los Zetas had a showdown, and the cartel blinked.

  • News: Apple Fixing iPhone 4S Battery Problem and Other User Issues

    Apple is working to fix the battery problems faced by users of devices carrying its i0S 5 mobile operating system, solve a security issue with the magnetic SmartCover for the iPad 2 and add a new multi-touch feature to its original tablet.

  • News: Anonymous again says it will not attack Facebook on Saturday

    Facebook will not be targeted by Anonymous on Saturday, the hacking group said in one of its Twitter accounts, again distancing itself from a threat that has gotten broad publicity since it surfaced several months ago.

  • News: Government calls for business mentors for women entrepreneurs

    The government plans to recruit 5,000 business mentors for female entrepreneurs, equalities minister Theresa May will announce later this morning.

  • News: Robot Roadies game coming to iOS

    If you fancy the rock n' roll lifestyle but don't have the musical talent you can always live out your fantasy in a new game due to hit the App Store next week.

  • News: Forrester: IT staff role in customer experience will change

    Businesses’ IT departments will continue play a crucial role in improving customer experience, but their role will change drastically.

  • News: Microsoft Pumps Up Rhetoric Against Google

    Microsoft and Google have never been BFF's, but the crew in Redmond really dialed up the trash talk against the search giant this week.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Money makes the world go round

    As The O'Jays once so eloquently put it: "Money money money money money...monnnneyyyy." Whether it's bonuses to Apple execs, the company's new "EasyPay" retail system, a deal with another U.S. carrier, or an attempt to woo a content provider to the tablet, you can bet dollars to donuts that it's the dollars--not the donuts--that make the world go round. Those and the lasers, anyway. Oh, what the remainders for Friday, November 4, 2011 couldn't do with plenty of money and you.

  • Opinion: 'Top' News and People Make Twitter Search More Useful

    Just as Twitter reached 50 million daily users, it's testing new "Top News" and "Top People" features. When you perform a search on Twitter, it shows those items related to your search appearing above your results. Twitter hasn't rolled this out on all accounts yet (including my own), but it's something to watch for; both features will increase the relevance of Twitter searches.

  • News: ACCC dialling in new contact centre system

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is to deploy a new contact centre solution to help the agency cope with an expected large increase in calls prompted in part by the launch of the carbon tax mid next year.

  • News: Senator vows to block FCC nominees over LightSquared

    The controversy over satellite-LTE carrier LightSquared could prevent the U.S. Federal Communications Commission from filling two vacant seats if a U.S. senator follows through on a threat issued this week.

  • News: Zestcash to expand Web-based loans into more US states

    Zestcash, a startup that's trying to disrupt the "payday" loans market by using novel search and data analysis techniques, is about to expand into more U.S. states.


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