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  • News: Everything You Need to Know About 3TB Hard Drives

    We expect hard-drive capacity to grow over time. Now that hard drives have jumped from 2TB to 3TB, however, upgraders face some challenges: These new hard drives may have issues in some drive enclosures and in older PCs, which aren't prepared to address the entire capacity of a 3TB model. Even if you can work such storage into your system, it may not be in a single 3TB volume, but in a 2.2TB volume and a 800GB volume instead.

  • Opinion: How Google + Will Affect SEO for Your Website

    Google's new social networking site, Google+, launched to much fanfare last week. The new service, currently in invite-only stage, has created a buzz with its novel sharing and group video chat features.

  • News: Amazon courts iPad users with cloud service updates

    Amazon has updated its Cloud Player service to work with the iPad, hoping to reel in users of the Apple device before Apple launches its competing iCloud service later this year.

  • Opinion: Tor Network Cloaks Your Browsing From Prying Eyes

    You are not anonymous on the Internet. Even if you practice safe surfing by keeping your name, credit card number, and other private data off the Web, your Internet service provider may not be so scrupulous. Many telecom companies and search engines log user activities, and smart snoopers can mine these logs for your IP address and browsing history to figure out where you live, what you like and who you've been talking to.

  • News: Xbox Live Temporarily Goes Offline

    With all the hacker activity that's been plaguing the gaming industry lately, any interruption can seem like an early indication of foul play. Luckily, that's not what happened to Xbox Live today, although the service did go offline for a matter of hours.

  • News: Wii U Will Support 3D TVs

    While 3DS games are always going to have some degree of 3D in them (hence the name of the system), Nintendo seems to realize that the technology is still just a fad for regular TV owners. According to an article on Joystiq, "the Wii U will support 3D televisions but Nintendo itself won't be focusing on making 3D games."

  • News: Mass Effect 3 Collector's Edition Content Revealed

    Several Mass Effect fans were quite happy to learn that promotional content and trailers for Mass Effect 3 will feature "FemShep" as well as the male Commander Shepard. Of that content, one particularly exciting piece comes by way of the Mass Effect 3 Collector's Edition, which will have both genders of the lead character on the box.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 07/07/2011

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

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

  • News: Facebook partners with Skype to launch video chat function

    Facebook this evening announced a highly anticipated video-chat function, in partnership with Skype, that means Facebook users will be able to make free video calls to Facebook friends.

  • News: Google+ Privacy: 5 Settings You Need to Know

    While Google's new social network, Google+, is barely a week old, it's already received a lot of attention from tech pundits and the social media community. And as with any new online service, understanding how to control your information is essential.

  • News: Microsoft: No botnet is indestructible

    No botnet is invulnerable, a Microsoft lawyer involved with the Rustock take-down said, countering claims that another botnet was "practically indestructible."

  • News: Zoom for Kinect Available August 23

    Nyko Technologies' Zoom for Kinect device, which apparently allows gamers to enjoy Kinect titles in 40% less available space, will be available from August 23 for $29.99. The Zoom lets two people play Kinect games in a space that would normally only support one person and will work with any Kinect game.

  • Ubuntu One Files for Android lets you access photos anywhere

    Use Ubuntu One Files for Android to back up and share photos from your smartphone, and view images stored on your PC.

  • News: ESA's ESRB Ratings Research

    Research carried out by the Entertainment Software Association shows that while ESRB ratings are useful to some, there's still work to be done.

  • News: Sonic Tweet

    Are you getting too much done in the office? Wish that you could waste even more time using Twitter? Then Sega has the perfect answer for you.

  • News: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

    The Final Fantasy series has long been known for its excellent soundtracks, but there hasn't yet been a game to bring the music to the forefront of the experience. Until now.

  • News: Talking mobile with Michael Gartenberg

    The world of mobile moves ridiculously quickly. How to keep up with all the developments going on in the world of tablets and smartphones? You invite Gartner analyst Michael Gartenberg on the Macworld Podcast to give you an overview of all the latest mobile news.

  • News: Apple files ITC complaint against Samsung

    One good legal action deserves another. Bloomberg reports that Apple has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), seeking to block the imports of tablets and smartphones made by Samsung. The move comes a week after Samsung filed a similar complaint, attempting to block the import of Apple's mobile electronics devices.

  • News: Video Feed to Watch Live Facebook Press Conference

    At 10am PT Facebook has promised to announce "something awesome" during a press event held at the company's campus in Palo Alto, California. As with many of the Facebook events the company offers a live video feed of the press event you can watch here.



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