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  • News: You don't know tech: The InfoWorld news quiz

    April 8, 2011: Email marketer springs a leak, Google goes for something sweet

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: Fob watches and lots of leather

    After a brief hiatus, we're back with a double dose of new cases to protect, power up, and even gussy up your iPhone 4. Here's this week's iPhone 4 case roundup.

  • News: Acer Iconia Tablet Joins the Party

    The Acer Iconia Tab A500 is now available for pre-order at Best Buy for only $449. The tablet costs less than its rivals, and brings a lot to the table, so this may be the tablet that some have been waiting for.

  • News: Apple Develops E-Ink Hybrid Display

    Future versions of Apple's iPad and other iOS devices may be sporting a hybrid LCD/electronic paper (e-ink) display, according to an Apple patent application recently published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

  • News: Google boosts Android security with encrypted tablets

    The fourth and fifth paragraphs of the story, "Google boosts Android security with encrypted tablets, remote PIN reset" have been changed due to updated information from the vendor.

  • News: VMware to ship virtualization clients for Android, Mac OS X

    Due to revised information submitted by the source, the story "VMware to ship virtualization clients for Android, Mac OS X" that ran on the wire on April 7, has been changed to reflect an updated arrival date for VMware's Android View client.

  • News: Facebook offers its datacentre technology to world

    Facebook has worked out how datacentres can be made more energy efficient and cheaper to run and wants the world to embrace its insights on an open source basis, the company has announced.

  • News: Acer Iconia Tab A500 Now Available for Preorder

    This spring's march of the tablets continues, with Acer lifting the veil off its Iconia Tab A500. First introduced last November, the10.1-inch Iconia Tab A500 made appearances across the 2011 trade show circuit, popping up at CES, Mobile World Congress, and CTIA; but it never surfaced with a launch date, let alone the actual Android 3.0 operating system the tablet ships with.

  • Opinion: Computer games 'reduce chance of going to university'

    A study of 17,200 men and women born in 1970 has found that playing computer games regularly "and doing no other activities" noticeably reduced the chances of an individual going to university.

  • News: Government G-Cloud director moves to VMware

    The government’s G-Cloud deputy director Andy Tait has moved to VMware to head up the company’s UK public services.

  • News: Mothercare revealed as latest UK company hit by Epsilon breach

    Children’s clothing retailer Mothercare is the latest company to have been affected by the security breach at email marketing service provider Epsilon Interactive.

  • News: iOS 4.3.2 'coming in next two weeks'

    Apple is planning to release iOS 4.3.2 within the next two weeks, according to reports.

  • News: The five most commented stories of the week

    It's been a busy week in technology, from BT revealing plans to upgrade its copper network to support 20Mbps to Microsoft standing by its decision to block XP users from IE9. In fact, there's been plenty of stories that got our readers fired up enough to post their opinions on the web. Here's the five stories from PC Advisor this week that certainly got you talking.

  • News: Japan 'quake 'not causing iPad 2 component shortages'

    A leading analyst has poured water on reports that Apple is facing iPad 2 component shortages after natural disasters stuck Japan recently.

  • News: How to uninstall apps from an iPhone or iPad

    With literally thousands of apps in the iTunes app store, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users, might find themselves a bit download-happy when it comes to installing third-party software on their smartphone.

  • News: Antivirus price comparison site launches

    In today's current economic climate, saving money is more important than ever. There's a number of price comparison websites that can help you save money on your gas, electric and event broadband access. However, a new site aims to help you save money when it comes to purchasing security software.

  • Samsung Series 9 ultraportable laptop

    Samsung has started selling its highly anticipated Series 9 ultraportable laptop in the UK. This drool-worthy 1.32kg laptop caused much debate in the PC Advisor offices today as we tried to work out which was lighter - this Samsung Series 9 ultraportable laptop or the MacBook Air.

  • News: Microsoft readies Silverlight 5 beta

    The proprietary multimedia plug-in platform and rival to HTML5 will offer 64-bit capabilities, digital rights management

  • News: Google tweaks Gmail to become less annoying

    Google has boosted Gmail with several small features that make it significantly less annoying. Google says the tweaks have come directly from its suggestions page, whereby users can comment on what irks them.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories of the week

    It's been a busy week in technology, from BT revealing plans to upgrade its copper network to support 20Mbps to Microsoft standing by its decision to block XP users from IE9. In fact, there's been plenty of stories that got our readers fired up enough to post their opinions on the web. Here's the five stories from PC Advisor this week that certainly got you talking.



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