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    My son was watching TV on my Apple iPad the other day. He was sitting in front of our big-screen HDTV, which was turned off. His big-screen laptop was nearby - also turned off. It occurred to me: is the iPad addictive?

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  • How-Tos: How to surf safely when using public Wi-Fi

    Public Wi-Fi hotspots are brilliant for ensuring you can check your email and surf the web while on the go. However, using public wireless internet can also leave you wide open to attack. We show you the proper precautions you'll need to take to ensure you're not inviting your coffee colleagues to partake in confidential information.

  • How-Tos: How to make your Facebook profile more professional

    Believe it or not, Facebook's more than just a bit of fun. Sure, it's a way to stay in touch with friends, laugh at drunken photos and maybe waste some time playing games. However, there are other applications can add a hint of professionalism to your profile. Here's our four favourite.

  • How-Tos: How to set Office file-saving preferences

    During the upgrade process from XP to Windows 7 Professional, I have somehow altered my preferences to save Word documents in Notepad format rather than .docx. Documents now open in Notepad automatically and display computer programming language.

  • How-Tos: How to limit the effects of the Errorfix malware

    I have a problem with Errorfix, a malicious program that was attached to a perfectly respectable download. BullGuard eradicated one virus and later scans have given the all-clear. However, when I try to install programs such as Adobe Flash, I get a warning that there’s either a malicious add-on or a malfunction, and in order to protect the PC the program has been closed.

  • Samsung U250 all-in-one PC priced

    Samsung has put a price on its U250 and U200 all-in-one PCs. The larger 23in touchscreen model will cost £899 including VAT and will run Windows 7 Home Premium. It will have a screen resolution of 1920x1080-pixels.

  • News: TalkTalk TV may come to Project Canvas

    UK ISP TalkTalk has revealed it may offer its TalkTalk TV service through Project Canvas.

  • News: Super-fast broadband could encourage piracy

    More than a third of Brits (35 percent) think super-fast broadband services will encourage illegal downloading, says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • How-Tos: How to fix a corrupt user profile in Windows Vista

    QUESTION I'm unable to access the main user account on my Windows Vista Home Basic PC. Windows displays the message ‘Cannot load profile'.

  • How-Tos: How to switch user accounts in Windows XP SP3

    QUESTION After installing Windows XP Service Pack 3 on my PC, I'm unable to switch between user accounts without restarting the machine. The login window appears, but there's no text cursor with which to enter the password.

  • News: Unpatched PDF flaw being used by Zeus botnet

    The Zeus botnet is now using an unpatched flaw in Adobe's PDF document format to infect users with malicious code, security researchers said today.

  • News: Opera Mini for iPhone hits one million downloads

    Opera Mini for the iPhone has been downloaded more than one million times in its first full day of worldwide availability.

  • News: Sony 3DTVs to hit UK on June 10

    Sony has revealed it its 3DTVs will hit the UK in June.

  • News: Google: YouTube was sustained by piracy

    Google once believed that video-sharing site YouTube was "completely sustained by pirated content".

  • Opinion: Amazon and Twitter roll out URL shorteners

    Amazon and Twitter are the latest companies to offer their own URL-shortening services, joining a crowded playing field of entrants - and potentially sounding a death knell for smaller URL link players such as Is.gd and TinyURL.

  • Toshiba Camileo SX900 Full HD camcorder

    Toshiba is adding two Full HD digital camcorders to its line-up of Camileo flash-based models. The Camileo SX500 and Camileo SX900 will go on sale in the UK in July and will cost around £200.

  • News: Judge in Italian Google case receives Facebook threats

    The Milan judge who convicted three Google executives for allowing the posting of a video showing the bullying of an autistic teenager has received hundreds of threatening and insulting messages via Facebook since the verdict was first announced on Feb. 24.

  • News: Google grows revenue 23 percent in Q1

    Google grew its revenue and profit in its first fiscal quarter, exceeding Wall Street expectations and prompting the Internet company to express a commitment for "heavy investment" in its core and newer businesses.



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