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  • News: IDF analysis: Intel plans for x86 chips, world domination

    At this year's Intel Developer Forum, Intel demonstrated its vision of Intel x86 chips powering everything: from your PC, to your TV.

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    The official launch of Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 7, is less than a month away. With this in mind, we've rounded up the top new features of the OS that are bound to make you want to grab it as soon as it's available on October 22.

  • News: Orange says 'Not long now' for non-O2 iPhone

    O2's exclusive grip on the Apple iPhone market became another step less tight today when Orange contacted the public with a message entitled "Not long now".

  • Opinion: Bing vs Google: is Microsoft losing its grip?

    Don't look now, but Microsoft's search engine may be starting to lose its momentum. Following a few months of modest growth, the search engine formerly known as Live seems to be reverting toward its pre-Bing levels.

  • Medion Akoya E3211 13in laptop

    Medion has launched the Akoya E3211 - a 13in laptop with a CULV processor to ensure a lengthy battery life.

  • News: High Court serves injunction over Twitter

    - For the first time, a U.K. court delivered an injunction over Twitter on Thursday, a groundbreaking embrace of technology by a traditionally slow-moving legal system.

  • News: Sony powers TV set wirelessly

    Despite the numerous technologies that exist for sending data through the air there's one cable that most gadgets can't do without at some time. The power cable remains a necessary but sometimes unsightly part of many modern electronic appliances -- but now even that might be on the way out.

  • News: BlackBerry users get patch for phishing flaw

    Research In Motion yesterday announced a new BlackBerry patch that fixes a display flaw that could help phishers conduct an attack.

  • News: Laptop maker builds dual-Atom netbook

    A Colombian computer maker has designed a netbook that aims to provide the performance of a standard laptop at a lower price.

  • News: IBM webmail targets Google Apps

    IBM has launched LotusLive iNotes, an on-demand e-mail, calendaring and contact management system meant to compete with the likes of Gmail and Microsoft Exchange, the company said Friday.

  • News: Sony develops single-lens 3D camera

    Sony has developed a movie camera capable of shooting 3D images with a single lens and plans to unveil it at next week's Ceatec show in Tokyo.

  • News: Web gurus reveal how to attract & keep users

    Anyone who is building a Web-based community, whether it be a social network or other application, faces the same initial hurdle as sites such as Digg did: getting those first few regular users can be quite difficult.

  • News: New Google side panel filters search results

    Google is adding new functionality to a side panel that could provide quicker access to relevant search results, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: Spyware attack beats Facebook CAPTCHA

    Hackers have found a way to create automated Facebook pages and are using them to spread spyware to unsuspecting users, says antivirus and Internet security firm AVG Technologies.

  • News: Broadband Survey 2009: 14 best UK ISPs

    Frustrating at times but impossible to live without, web access is too vital to settle for sub-standard service. PC Advisor analyses what 6,500 of you had to say about your broadband experiences, which ISPs are best, and how to get a cheaper deal

  • Greenstreet Professor Teaches Windows 7

    Intrigued by what you've heard about Microsoft's new operating system but worried about learning a whole new way of using your computer?

  • Opinion: Windows 7 compatible. No, really this time

    Microsoft has unveiled the details of the Windows 7 logo program. The requirements for earning the Windows 7 compatibility label are stricter this time around - partially to boost acceptance of 64bit systems, and partially to avoid the pitfalls Microsoft encountered with the Vista logo program.

  • Opinion: Google Wave: Holy Grail or another disappointment?

    Google Wave is another grab for the Holy Grail of collaborative computing. But will it be more successful than previous attempts?

  • News: Freeview retune chaos

    Digital TV service Freeview's website crashed on both Tuesday and Wednesday.

  • News: Cisco buys $3bn videoconferencing Tandberg

    Cisco Systems has signed an agreement to buy videoconferencing vendor Tandberg for about US$3.0 billion, it said on Thursday.



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