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  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 29/06/2011

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

  • News: Black Ops Annihilation Available Today

    The third DLC pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops is available today, bringing with it four new maps and a new Zombies level.

  • News: Google unveils Swiffy Flash-to-HTML5 tool

    Google on Tuesday unveiled Swiffy, a free tool for developers to convert some Flash files (.SWFs) into HTML5 code. The upshot? It's now easier than ever to get Flash content visible on platforms that don't support Adobe's Flash Player--like the iPhone and iPad.

  • News: Security Shootout: PlayBook, iPad, Android

    The CIO (US) story, "Security Shootout: PlayBook, iPad, Android," posted June 10, has been changed to correct the number of devices that BoxTone -- a mobile device management vendor -- manages, and also to clarify the company's opinion about security on various devices. The fifth and 10th paragraphs of the article have been changed.

  • News: World's data will grow by 50X in next decade, IDC study predicts

    The world's information is doubling every two years with a colossal 1.8 zettabytes expected to be created and replicated in 2011 alone, according to IDC's fifth annual Digital Universe study.

  • Opinion: Google Asks 'What Do You Love?' with New Service

    Where did this Google tool called What Do You Love come from? Out of know where. With zero fanfare Google unleashed a site called What Do You Love? that functions as a way for you to explore things of interest from kittens, crab cakes, to Chicago while at the same time promoting Google services.

  • Opinion: Office 365: Hands-on Look at Microsoft's Cloud Services

    Microsoft officially launched Office 365 on Tuesday. Individuals and businesses of all sizes can now take advantage of the same productivity and communications platforms that have traditionally been reserved for larger companies with big budgets and IT departments. Those larger companies with big budgets and IT departments can cut costs and let Microsoft manage the back-end tedium to deliver these services.

  • News: Android's biggest security flaw is its users, report finds

    Google’s Android has solved many of the security weaknesses that beset Windows but at the expense of handing a dangerous level of decision-making to users, a Symantec study has suggested.

  • Opinion: Hackers Gone Mild: 6 Rebels Turned Insiders

    Sony hacker George Hotz a.k.a Geohot is reportedly working at Facebook after spending several years agitating technology giants. The news follows Hotz's antics this year when Sony sued him for distributing digital keys and a set of tools that would let you run illegally copied games on the PlayStation 3. Before his Sony showdown, Hotz was also one of the first people to jailbreak Apple's iPhone with a hardware unlock, although software tools that could do the same job soon replaced this method.

  • News: NASA: Space station crew seeks safety in 'lifeboat'

    The six-person crew of the International Space Station was forced to take shelter a "lifeboat" when space debris came dangerously close to the orbiter.

  • News: Public cloud can't be used for everything, says UBS CISO

    Businesses are “clearly not” able to use the public cloud for all of their enterprise requirements, according to UBS bank’s security CTO.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 28/06/2011

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

  • News: Stringer Asked to Step Down

    Following the PSN security breach, pressure is mounting on Sony CEO Howard Stringer to step down to make way for new blood.

  • News: New scoring systems for software security: CWSS and CWRAF

    Companies get a framework to evaluate software vulnerabilities, as the consequences of failing to patch flaws become clearer.

  • News: Android, Red Hat Prove Linux's Merit on Phones and Servers

    Debate over Linux's viability on the desktop may rage unabated in light of the recent changes made to Canonical's Ubuntu, in particular, but there's no questioning the operating system's strength in the server and mobile arenas.

  • News: Google Teams Up With Getty Museum, Gives Art Fans 'Goggles'

    If you haven’t already played around with Google Goggles, you’re really missing out on an amazing use of technology. The free application for your Android or iOS device allows you to retrieve various bits of information related to something by simply taking a picture of it. You can use the app to find out about anything from books to toys to even that addictive pack of gum in your pocket – and don’t forget about landmarks, in the summer of the summer season.

  • News: Microsoft Office 365 goes live

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched the much-awaited Office 365 on Tuesday, after a beta program of about nine months, as the company responds -- some critics say belatedly -- to the rising popularity of cloud-based applications for collaboration and communication.

  • News: Mozilla moves 55% of Firefox 4 users to new version in first week

    Most Firefox 4 users updated to Firefox 5 in the first week, although the turnover speed was slower than when Chrome last shifted editions, Web usage data showed.

  • News: Is Microsoft Too Late with Office 365?

    If there's one thing Microsoft does indisputably better than any other tech company, it's being fashionably late, and Office 365 is the perfect example. Almost five years after Google Docs first arrived and two years after it finally left its long beta test, Microsoft finally introduced Office 365, Redmond's own cloud-based productivity suite. But is it too late for anyone to care?

  • News: Mastercard.com slammed again as punishment over WikiLeaks

    MasterCard's main website was unavailable for some time on Tuesday as it appeared hackers were again targeting the company for its refusal to process donations for the whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks.



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