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  • News: Microsoft patches critical Windows XP, blocks Stuxnet worm

    Microsoft Tuesday patched a critical Windows XP vulnerability that aided attacks based on the Stuxnet worm by letting attackers gain remote access through the operating system's print spooler service.

  • News: Revamped Twitter.com site takes flight

    In an effort to refresh the Twitter.com site, pull users back in from third-party platforms -- and take a swipe at Facebook -- Twitter launched a significant site redesign on Tuesday.

  • News: STEC releases faster SSDs for data centres

    STEC Corp. on Tuesday released the MACH16 family of SSDs, which can achieve up 240MB/sec throughput and are aimed at server and storage array manufacturers for enterprise-class data centers.

  • News: VIDEO: demonstrations at Intel Developer Forum 2010

    Here are some of the product demonstrations we recorded during the opening keynote at the 2010 Intel Developer Forum. The demonstrations showcased the speed improvements of the 2nd Generation Core Processor over the current generation, as well as cool implementations of the technology, such as a human gesture interface. Furthermore, we saw a Smart TV demonstration, as well as encrypted video conferencing (for mainstream PCs) and Intel Atom-based Wi-Di demonstrations.

  • News: Intel unveils Atom chips, opens app store

    Intel kicked off the second day of the Intel Developer Forum by officially launching its app store and rolling out new Atom processors.

  • Duracell MyGrid wireless charger

    Duracell has launched MyGrid – a wireless device charger that can charge up to four gadgets at once.

  • News: TalkTalk slams govt for making ISPs pay to fight file-sharing

    TalkTalk has slammed a decision by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) that will see ISPs forking out for 25 percent of the costs incurred in combating illegal downloading.

  • Edifier Aurora laptop speaker

    Edifier has unveiled a portable laptop speaker systems that comes in a choice of 10 vibrant colours.

  • gear4 X-Factor Karaoke PC kit

    gear4 has joined forces with karaoke company Lucky Voice to launch a gadget that will turn your laptop or PC into a karaoke machine. We're sure you'll be able to give the current crop of X-Factor contestants a run for their money.

  • News: Nokia launches C6 and C7 AMOLED smartphones

    Nokia has announced three new Symbian-based smartphone models including a new model of its popular Communicator device it claims was the worlds's first smartphone. Two of the new models – the Nokia C6 and Nokia C7 – are pure touchscreen models, while the third has a slide-out keyboard.

  • News: Super-fast broadband will benefit elderly & disabled

    Super-fast broadband will benefit the elderly and disabled Brits in a number of ways, including offering access to services such as remote health monitoring, says Ofcom.

  • News: 62% of web users don't know broadband download limits

    Nearly two thirds (62 percent) of web users have no idea what their broadband download limits are, says Eclipse.

  • News: 'Shoot-em-ups' improve decision making

    Playing 'shoot-em-up' computer games speeds up how quickly your brain make decisions, says researchers.

  • News: Adobe Flash suffers zero-day attacks

    Less than a week after warning users that hackers were exploiting an unpatched bug in its Reader PDF viewer, Adobe on Monday said Flash, its other prominent program, was also under fire.

  • News: Using Google 'reduces ability to concentrate'

    Using search engine such as Google could result in an inability to concentrate.

  • News: Intel: Sandy Bridge chips to take laptops into the future

    When Intel engineers began thinking about designing a new chip architecture, they first decided to reconsider the way they think about laptops.

  • News: Microsoft to create new software licence

    Microsoft will create a new software license to protect non-government organizations "from falling victim to nefarious actions taken in the guise of anti-piracy enforcement," the company said Monday.

  • News: 4 things Live YouTube needs to do to succeed

    YouTube's foray into live streaming broadcasts over the web continues this week, with the first test of a streaming platform for third party video content providers. While YouTube has previously dabbled in live streams, such as a U2 concert and an interview with President Barack Obama, its new platform will ultimately allow any video content partner from around the world to broadcast live on the web via YouTube.

  • News: Damballa spots huge commercial, on-demand DDoS botnet

    The security firm Damballa is warning of a large and fast growing botnet created specifically to deliver distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on demand for anyone willing to pay for the service.

  • News: Mitsubishi to launch modular OLED screen

    Mitsubishi Electric will begin selling this month a modular display that can be built to almost any size by combining square display blocks. The screen is based on OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology and is intended for advertising and public display applications.



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