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  • News: 1 in 4 small businesses to hire more staff in 2011, says study

    A quarter of UK SMEs plan to hire more staff next year, and three-quarters are considering introducing flexible working patterns to boost productivity, according to customer research from Orange.

  • News: Hackers steal McDonald's customer data

    McDonald's is working with law enforcement authorities after malicious hackers broke into another company's databases and stole information about an undetermined number of the fast food chain's customers.

  • News: Google, Microsoft ad networks hit by with malware

    For a brief period this week, cybercriminals managed to infect Google's and Microsoft's online ad networks with malicious advertisements that attacked users' PCs, according to security consultancy Armorize.

  • News: Skype aids communications for remote UN refugee workers

    Humanitarian workers in the most remote parts of the world are being given a low-cost way to communicate with colleagues, friends and families as a result of a partnership between the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Skype.

  • How-Tos: How to set up a 3D HDTV

    If you've forked out for a 3D HDTV , you're going to want to be able to show it off. Check out our guide which will take you from step one (setting up your screening room) all the way to the end (choosing what to watch).

  • News: 5 internet security predictions for 2011

    As we reach the last month of the year, it's time to reflect on the year gone by, and looking ahead to what the next year might hold. So we've taken a look at what 2011 holds in store for security - with a little help from some outside sources.

  • News: 9 downloads to speed up and secure your laptop

    If you have a laptop, you have instant computing wherever you are. Unfortunately, using a laptop also means that you have big problems, largely relating to security. Fear not, though. The following nine downloads can help you get the most out of your laptop, while keeping your data safe and secure.

  • News: The top 15 free tools for every Windows PC

    There is almost no end to the number of tools offered for Windows desktops, so we've sifted through hundreds of websites to find 15 utilities that belong in every Windows user's bag of tricks. They're all free for personal use; many are free for corporate use as well. I bet at least one program here will make your life easier.

  • News: Analysis: Has the iPad killed the netbook?

    For months we've been hearing that tablet PCs - led by Apple's iPad - are hurting netbook sales in a big way. But are they really? For now, touchscreen tablets appear to be luring consumers away from netbooks but analysts believe in the long term, netbooks will hold their own in an increasingly fragmented mobile device market, particularly as computer makers address user complaints by enhancing netbooks with faster processors and new capabilities.

  • News: Google Chrome OS notebook: First impressions

    Google's new operating system and I don't know each other very well - not yet, anyway. I just met Chrome OS for the first time this morning, when a demo unit of Google's new Cr-48 notebook arrived at my office.

  • Griffin Slap iPod Nano watch

    Griffin has unveiled this funky device for the latest version of Apple's iPod Nano that ensures users can wear the digital music player on their wrist.

  • News: Wikileaks rival set to open another front in war on secrecy

    Former WikiLeaks staff unhappy with the way that the whistleblowing site is being run are to launch their own site designed to leak sensitive documents.

  • News: Arqiva trials LTE broadband in Wales

    Residents in Pembrokeshire, Wales are being given 'up to' 50Mbps broadband in a trial of using a service that uses the radio spectrum freed up thanks to the digital switchover.

  • News: Microsoft slates another monster Patch Tuesday

    Microsoft will deliver a record 17 security updates next week to patch 40 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Office, SharePoint and Exchange.

  • News: Apple iPad 2 camera rumours confirmed by suppliers

    Rumours that the next version of the Apple iPad will feature front- and rear-facing cameras have been given more strength by a component supplier working the device.

  • Video: Facebook unveils redesigned profile pages

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  • Video: UN human rights chief raises WikiLeaks concerns

    Concerned by treatment of firms supporting WikiLeaks

  • Video: Unboxing: Google Chrome Cr-48 laptop

    We unbox one of Google's pilot Cr-48 notebooks

  • News: WikiLeaks revenge attackers threaten UK govt websites

    A group of online activists have threatened to attack UK government websites if WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is extradited to Sweden.

  • News: Tesco website crashes despite cloud capacity investment

    Tesco's website crashed at the weekend, in spite of the supermarket investing in web cloud technology to reduce the chance of such an event.



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