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  • News: O2: 'Ofcom's state aid 4G auction is illegal'

    O2 this week slammed Ofcom's upcoming 4G spectrum auction, describing the method of selling off the spectrum to mobile operators as 'state aid' that is 'illegal under EU law'.

  • News: Supreme Court gives Microsoft small victory, say patent experts

    Although the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Microsoft's appeal of a four-year-old patent dispute woth i4i, its efforts weren't wasted, legal experts said.

  • Feature: The Games Of E3 2011

    Bioshock, Battlefield, Batman and Lara Croft back on form - PC Advisor presents the best, worst and most surprising games of this year's show in one easily digestible package.

  • How-Tos: How to tune a TV tuner to pick up digital TV

    A reader is having trouble changing his TV tuner from terrestrial to digital TV. Here's our advice.

  • News: UK health service warned of poor security by hacker group

    The U.K. National Health Service (NHS) said Friday that no patient data was compromised after an intrusion of one of its websites by Lulz Security, a hacker group that has recently stung organizations including a U.S. public broadcasting network and Sony.

  • How-Tos: What to do if your printer starts printing in bands

    A reader wrote in complaining that a faithful old printer had started printing in bands, leaving gaps all over the page. Our expert diagnoses a blocked printhead, and explains how to fix it.

  • News: Father's day gift guide

    It's that time of year again, and no we don't mean summer. It's Father's Day on June 17, the one day of the year when you thank your Papa for all the help he's given you over the past year.

  • News: Apple iCloud UK launch delayed until 2012

    The music storage part of Apple's iCloud may be launching in the US in the autumn, but UK customers won't be able to store their iTunes in the cloud until early 2012.

  • News: Dell to bring 10-inch tablet to China first, U.S. on hold

    Dell will first launch its Streak 10 Pro tablet in China, putting other markets like the U.S. and Europe on hold in order to give developers more time to create the necessary apps.

  • News: Turkish government sites targeted by Anonymous

    Hacker group Anonymous said on Thursday it has launched DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks on some Turkish government websites, in protest against government plans to introduce Internet filtering.

  • News: How Green is my Cloud?

    When it comes to Cloud computing, CIOs are pragmatic, and perhaps cynical enough, to take its Green credentials with a grain of salt. It’s not that sustainability isn’t an issue, but it’s the flexibility and potential savings of Cloud computing that really have everybody excited. It’s probably just as well, because although Cloud companies are quick to play the ‘Green IT’ card, it seems they’re not always so eager to provide information to back up the claims. And as is so often the case when it comes to sustainability, it’s not just a story about energy efficiency — it’s about clean energy.

  • News: Steady improvement in IPv6 awareness

    Preliminary results from a survey of IPv6 preparedness conducted by the IPv6 Task Force over the past three weeks have been released to mark World IPv6 Day.

  • News: Hong Kong IT vacancies rose 18% in Q1

    IT vacancies including supervisors, managers, programmers, and database administrators rose 18 percent quarter-on-quarter to 28,988 in Q1, said Robert Walters Friday.

  • Opinion: Fruit Ninja Game on Xbox Kinect Means Life-Size Slicing

    Halfbrick's ridiculously habit-forming game Fruit Ninja will transform into Fruit Ninja Kinect this summer, part of Microsoft's Summer of Arcade promotion for the Xbox 360.

  • Opinion: Call of Duty Elite: Social Networking Comes to Shooters

    Connect, Compete, Improve. It's a mantra that doesn't quite roll off the tongue, but will soon become exceedingly familiar to the legion of Call of Duty fans around the globe.

  • News: Live and learn: 10 unforgettable Facebook follies

    It's amazing what people do in the name of Facebook, and the first half of 2011 was no exception. Here are 10 of the most memorable failures, bad ideas and regrettable decisions that left us shaking our heads

  • News: Doxo adds iPhone client for digital billing, storage service

    The Doxo online storage service launched last year with the idea of cutting down on paper clutter by providing a digital file cabinet for storing bills, receipts, and other documents. On Thursday, Doxo added an iPhone app that lets users access those digital records when they're out and about.

  • Opinion: Why E-Books Are Bad for You

    At first glance, e-readers and e-books seem like a good thing for consumers and business users. After all, they've been found to increase the amount of reading people do, and prices on the readers keep getting lower, putting them within reach of an ever-larger proportion of the world.

  • Opinion: Touchscreen Nook Rooted, Gets Angry Birds, Fails

    Sometimes, hacks work. Sometimes they don't. A great example of this the Barnes & Noble Nook--the Nook Color's resulted in a lot of hacking fun, but the new E-Ink-touchscreen Nook isn't succumbing to hacking as easily.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 06/10/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks



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