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    The number of PCs that are thrown away could hit 2.4 billion by 2013, says Nottingham University.

  • Opinion: Privacy isn't dead - it's just evolving

    It's a brave new world. Unfortunately - to mix the literary allusion - that brave new world is one in which Big Brother is watching. As social media and other technology makes more information more accessible, the very concept of privacy is under fire.

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    Netbooks have really caught the imagination, but for all their low cost and light weight convenience, they have their limitations. Chief among these is the lack of an optical drive on which to play DVDs or to install programs.

  • News: Apple to issue replacement iPad if battery dies

    Apple has revealed that it will issue customers with a new iPad if the battery in their original device needs replacing.

  • News: Google Nexus One delayed in UK until mid-April

    Google's 'superphone', the Nexus One, is unlikely to meet its original UK shipping deadline of mid-march, the search engine has revealed.

  • News: Dotcom celebrates 25th birthday

    The dotcom domain name celebrates its 25th birthday today. We look back at the 100 oldest websites on the internet

  • News: Microsoft Excel gaffe turns English text into Chinese

    Microsoft confirmed today that a security update for its Excel spreadsheet had turned English text in an important Windows tool into Chinese.

  • News: Apple hands out $22m bonus to COO

    Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook earned a US$5 million cash bonus plus stock that could be worth nearly $17 million for the six months last year that he took the helm of the company.

  • News: Iran hacks US 'espionage' networks

    Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps hacked into 29 Web sites affiliated with U.S. espionage networks, Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency reported on Sunday.

  • News: Microsoft tests fix for critical IE bug

    Microsoft yesterday said it is testing a patch for a critical vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE), but stopped short of promising to deliver an emergency fix before the next scheduled Patch Tuesday.

  • News: 20 great Windows 7 tips and tricks

    Getting to know Windows 7? Here are 20 ways to get around the interface and make it act the way you want.

  • Opinion: Caring for your laptop: Top six tips

    You're more likely to damage a laptop than a desktop PC (no one has ever driven off, forgetting the desktop on top of their car) and, once damaged, laptops are harder and more expensive to repair. So here's how to look after your laptop.

  • Opinion: How not to shut down your PC

    Imagine my horror the other day, when I saw an otherwise sharp friend shut down his laptop by holding down the power button until the system switched off. "Whoa, whoa, whoa!" I cried. "Why did you do that?"

  • News: The 10 best BlackBerry apps for travelling

    Before your next trip, check out 10 of the best travel-minded mobile applications for BlackBerry smartphones.

  • News: The 19 strangest gadgets

    If you're a gadget fan, then you're sure to know all about phones, digital cameras and even games consoles. But what do you know about weird tech?

  • News: Vodafone kills Wayfinder satnav company

    Vodafone is closing down Wayfinder Systems, a navigation company the British operator acquired in December 2008. The introduction of free turn-by-turn navigation services from Google and Nokia has completely turned the sector on its head, according to Vodafone.

  • Opinion: When four cores aren't enough: Intel i7-980X

    Intel has announced its latest Extreme Edition processor, the Core i7-980X. The i7-980X (previously code-named Gulftown) brings Intel's turbo boost and hyperthreading technologies to the 32nm process, and is also Intel's first processor with six physical cores.

  • Pandigital Photo Scanner

    There are gadgets that take crusty old music cassettes and dusty vinyl records and make MP3 albums of them and there are gadgets that can magically restore your wobbly old video footage and bring it into the digital age.

  • News: File-sharing clampdowns won't stop p2p music downloads

    Digital music fans will not be deterred by filesharing clampdowns. Eighty percent of 18-to-34-year olds said they would defy lawmakers and continue accessing music for free.

  • How-Tos: How to use Facebook safely

    Online data thieves will jump at the chance to harvest even the most innocuous personal information. PC Advisor demonstrates how to tighten up Facebook security.

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