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    TomTom has expanded its satnav offering with the GO LIVE 800 - a range of two devices that offer touchscreen displays and a year's subscription to the firm's LIVE services.

  • News: Checklist for a successful security assessment

    A security assessment is a request to analyze the risk of an IT solution. The request is initiated by a CISO (Chief Security Officer) or ISO (Information Security Officer) within a corporation. It is used to make sure that security concerns are met before changes are made to the information technology infrastructure. There are foundation plans which evaluate the state of new applications or infrastructure. Or there are incremental plans that address changes to the foundation plan.

  • News: Apple reportedly cracking down on iPad, iPhone giveaways

    Apple reportedly has begun more strictly enforcing its rules against third-parties giving away iPads and iPhones to drum up business, according to a Fortune story.

  • News: Pac-Man on Facebook

    Namco has released two versions of Pac-Man on Facebook and is hoping to tap into that part of your brain that kept you feeding quarters into the original.

  • News: NATO warned of threat from Anonymous hackers

    Its enemies include Al Qaeda, the Taliban and North Korea but now a new name has quietly been added to a list of threats the world’s most powerful military alliance, NATO, should reckon with – the Anonymous hacking group.

  • News: Duplicate Remover for Excel Removes Repeated Data

    If you've got a whopper of a spreadsheet, with thousands or more of rows, you've got a big problem if you want to make sure the spreadsheet doesn't contain duplicate entries. Excel simply doesn't have good tools for finding them. That's where Duplicate Remover for Excel ($30, 15-day free trial), an add-in from AbleBits, makes its name.

  • News: Apple data centre spotted on Google Maps

    New ariel images of Maiden, North Carolina, have appeared on Google Maps and show the massive new data centre Apple is building there.

  • News: Hampshire fire service gets Virgin WAN

    Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service has deployed a new shared service wide area network to cut costs and help improve response times

  • News: IT workers need green skills, says BCS

    IT professionals need new skills to deliver green IT solutions, according to BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, which has launched a new qualification to satisfy some of these skill requirements.

  • News: Lesson from SecurID breach: Don't trust your security vendor

    What does a rash of attacks seemingly stemming from the RSA SecurID breach mean to most enterprises? That depends, experts say.

  • News: Gov't snared in fight over scrapped £742m e-Borders contract

    The UK Border Agency is locked in a "binding arbitration" process with Raytheon after the IT supplier was sacked from the failing £1.2bn e-Borders immigration programme in July last year.

  • News: UK behind rest of Europe on e-business says EC

    The UK’s progress in developing e-businesses is well below the European average, according to a report by the European Commission (EC).

  • News: Black Ops Free Weekend

    Looking to get your shoot on but a bit strapped for cash? From today, you can nab a copy of Black Ops from Steam and play for free.

  • News: PlayStation Store is Back

    Sony has finally got the PlayStation Store back up and running, with an absolute ton of new content available for players to download.

  • News: PlayStation Store Back, Sony Finally Returns to Normal

    The PlayStation Store is back, and with that, the coda to what may be the prologue to endless cyber-warfare comes to a close. Sony brought the PS Store back online last night to accolades on the official PlayStation blog, as many marveled at the sheer scope of the update (translation: it's huge).

  • Video: COMPUTEX: Microsoft outlines the background to Windows 8

    Microsoft offers a preview of Windows 8, the next release of its flagship operating system, in Taipei

  • News: Google, China Bicker Over Attempted Gmail Hack

    China says it's not to blame for Google's Gmail spear phishing attacks that targeted the e-mail accounts of top U.S. officials. Google had accused China of being the country of origin for a massive hack campaign aimed at gaining personal Gmail login credentials of hundreds of senior U.S. government officials and officials from other countries, but China says the allegations are "unacceptable."

  • How-Tos: What to do when your laptop speakers don't work

    Here's what to do if the speakers and audio jack stop working on a Windows laptop.

  • News: Twitter brings photo sharing in house

    Twitter has partnered with Photobucket to offer photo attachments to tweets directly from the Twitter homepage.

  • Video: COMPUTEX: Microsoft demos Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8

    Microsoft demonstrates Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8. The touch-optimised browser will ship with the new operating system



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