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  • How-Tos: How to Install Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal' With Wubi

    Ubuntu 11.04, or "Natty Narwhal," has been out just a few days, but already it's being billed as possibly the most accessible and user-friendly Linux distribution ever. With its new Unity interface, the open-source operating system mimics what many people are used to in the mobile arena to create a simple, intuitive way to get things done.

  • News: Charity 'plans to sell PC for £15'

    A charity is hoping to develop and sell a bare-bones PC for just £15 in a bid to teach computer programming to children.

  • News: Xmarks bookmark sync passwords safe, says LastPass

    LastPass said Thursday that hackers did not obtain passwords linked to Xmarks, the browser synchronization service the company acquired last December.

  • News: YouTube was UK's fastest growing social network in April

    Video-sharing site YouTube was the fastest growing social networking site in the UK in April, says Experian Hitwise.

  • News: BI must become part of broad IT strategy

    To be of strategic use, BI systems need to be more forward-looking, said IT managers and analysts at the Gartner BI Summit in Los Angeles this week.

  • News: Apple's iMac, MacBook Pro lines are SSD friendly

    Apple's latest iMac and MacBook Pro line-ups are optimized to squeeze more performance from solid-state drives.

  • How-Tos: How to turn off location services on an Apple iPhone

    Scared that Apple is tracking your iPhone? Here's how to switch off location services.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories - 6 May 2011

    It's been a busy week in tech this week. While the outage of Sony's PlayStation Network has dominated IYT news this week (and our readers are pretty unhappy about it), there's been lots of other things going on, including the release of the Motorola Atrix smartphone and a new version of Linux.

  • Feature: The strangest games of 2011

    From nightmares about sheep to boulders with faces, PC Advisor unearths the most original games of the year.

  • News: Financial crisis pushes young to cybercrime

    The GFC-induced economic slowdown in Europe is having a direct impact on the growth of cybercrime and other organised crime according to the European Union’s law enforcement agency, Europol.

  • News: Pinger rolls out iPad-optimized version of TextFree

    After providing iPhone and iPod touch users with a no-cost texting alternative, Pinger has taken its free text and picture messaging act to the iPad.

  • News: Disney Confirms Black Rock Layoffs

    Disney Interactive's internal development company, Black Rock Studios, is reducing its workforce, but is continuing to work on its unannounced project.

  • News: Anonymous denies hacking Sony, stealing credit cards

    The hacking group Anonymous has denied responsibility for the attack on Sony's networks, claiming that it has "never...engaged in credit card theft."

  • Creative ZiiSound D5x Bluetooth speaker

    Creative has launched a new range of ZiiSound Bluetooth speakers that allow music from any smartphone or tablet to be enjoyed on up to three speakers. Prices start from £139.

  • News: Eye-Fi connects to iPhone, gets more useful

    I've been using the Eye-Fi series of Wi-Fi-enabled memory cards for a couple of years now. But I have to admit, they've always been cooler on paper than in practice. Yes, they let your camera connect to a Wi-Fi network and upload photos to photo-sharing services and even back to your Mac, and there's some Wi-Fi-based geotagging capability. But camera interfaces just aren't rich enough to give users control over the Eye-Fi's features out in the field, and most of the places I take pictures don't have Wi-Fi. Without a Wi-Fi connection, there's no way to send back the pictures and the geotagging feature won't work, either.

  • Opinion: How Apple Can Make OTA Updates in iOS 5 a Success

    Rumor has it that Apple may finally be prepared to cut the cord with iOS 5 and introduce over the air (OTA) updates that don't require a physical USB connection to a PC. It sounds like an awesome step forward, and it would help the iPad live up to its "post-PC era" title, but only if Apple does it right.

  • Video: Sony apologises for PSN hack

    Plus: Osama bin Laden's death breaks a Twitter record, Intel intros a new transistor and the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone shows up in Europe

  • News: Assassin's Creed: Revelations

    The fourth Assassin's Creed game, which still isn't Assassin's Creed 3, is on the way this November from Ubisoft.

  • Opinion: MIT Develops a Brighter Glasses-Free 3D

    Glasses-free 3D technology seems to be the only way 3D could gain mass appeal, but current parallax barriers used in glasses-free 3D HDTVs and portable devices degrade 3D image quality. But engineers at MIT's Media Lab might have a better solution with their HR3D display by using an adaptive barrier.

  • News: EA Trims Losses

    EA recorded a large loss for the financial year ended March 31, but is hopeful Battlefield 3 will see considerable success against its rivals.



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