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  • Opinion: How Windows Mobile can beat Android and iPhone

    Reports suggest that Microsoft will push two mobile operating systems at once to compete with Google's Android and Apple's iPhone, but are two heads better than one? I think Windows Mobile needs a sense of identity to win this war.

  • Opinion: God bless ESD: get Windows 8 for just 1p

    Picture the scene. October 2012, Moon Station 1: Steve Ballmer invites President Bill Gates on stage to launch Microsoft's next-gen desktop and mobile OS: Windows 8 - available to loyalty card customers for just 1p.

  • Opinion: Want Windows 7 RC1? You're too late

    Microsoft has removed the download for the release candidate of Windows 7, the next major update to Microsoft's Windows operating system.

  • News: Windows XP pirates sentenced to jail

    Four Chinese hackers have been convicted of copyright infringement after pirating Microsoft's Windows XP operating system.

  • News: Oracle Sun deal given DoJ approval

    Oracle's bid to take over Sun Microsystems has been given the go-ahead by the US Department of Justice (DoJ).

  • News: Opera is favourite browser for 25% of hackers

    Hackers using multi-exploit attack "toolkits" take defensive measures of their own against other criminals, a security researcher said today.

  • News: Apple Snow Leopard launching next week

    Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Apple's next operating system, will ship earlier than expected on Friday 28 August 2009.

  • News: Man detained in second web addict beating

    Chinese police have detained a man who beat teenagers sent to an Internet addiction camp he ran, state media said Wednesday.

  • News: Microsoft, Yahoo, Amazon fight Google Book Search

    Microsoft, Amazon.com and Yahoo plan to join a consortium to fight a proposed settlement Google has made with authors and publishers over its Google Book Search service, according to a report published in The New York Times.

  • News: Steve Jobs accused of 'illegal' Palm proposal

    Despite anecdotes of Steve Jobs's capricious treatment of Apple employees, it seems he doesn't want anybody else to have them. Reports surfaced earlier this month that Cupertino struck a deal with Google that the companies wouldn't hire away each other's employees

  • News: Twitter to add real-time geolocation data

    Twitter is jumping on the geolocation bandwagon, with plans to let users geocode their posts and make the information accessible both on the main Twitter site and through external applications

  • News: Windows 7 'ribbon' interface coming to Vista

    Microsoft plans to backport the "ribbon" user interface feature it introduced in Windows 7 to Windows Vista, according to the company's developer website

  • News: Kindle-like E-paper set for rapid growth

    According to a new NextGen Research study the global market for e-paper displays will grow at a healthy compound annual growth rate of 124 percent from 2008 through 2013, and will exceed $2.5 billion by the end of that period.

  • Canon Selphy ES40 direct photo printer

    Canon has unveiled a new Selphy direct photo printer, the ES40. The new photo printer offers voice guidance to make adding creative touches to your images even easier. It will cost £179.

  • News: Malware used for ID theft on the rise

    Malware designed by cyber criminals for identity theft has risen by 600 percent since last year, says PandaLabs.

  • News: Sony launches TV recycling scheme

    Sony is giving consumers that scrap their old analogue TVs in favour of a new digital-enabled TV from the company, up to £150.

  • News: Mesh launches Cute HD PC

    Mesh Computers has unveiled the Cute PC - a full high definition (HD) PC that is powered by a 2.7GHz dual core AMD processor and AMD 780G chipset mainboard, which features the Radeon HD 3200 graphics processor.

  • News: Mobile phone website traffic surge

    Mobile phone websites experienced the fastest growth in the number of UK visitors over the past year, with a 58 percent increase in unique UK visitors. Controversial mobile phone directory 118 800 was another website that saw massive traffic increases.

  • Opinion: Slim, cut-price PS3 won't save Sony

    Sony has trimmed the size and price of its PlayStation 3 games console, hoping to boost a slumping market with a sexier product. But the announcement follows news that video game sales are rapidly declining, and the PlayStation 3 is at the bottom of the heap.

  • News: One in five web attacks aimed at social networks

    One in five online attacks are aimed at social networks, such as Facebook, says Nebulas Solutions Group.

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