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  • News: Facebook flaw lets friends see your private chats

    A bug allowed Facebook users to view their friends' chat sessions on the site, prompting the social-networking company to disable its internal instant-messaging service. The bug also let people see their friends' pending friend requests.

  • News: Adobe: Apple is new 'Big Brother' for snubbing Flash

    Apple's refusal to allow Flash on the iPhone hurts innovation and is "like 1984 in a lot of ways", Adobe Systems' CTO said on Wednesday, implying that Apple has become the 'Big Brother' it rebelled against in its iconic TV ad from that year.

  • News: Microsoft criticised as XP users denied HTML 5

    Microsoft came under fire from some of its rivals on Wednesday for its decision not to offer Internet Explorer 9 - and hence support for the upcoming HTML 5 standard - to users of its older Windows XP operating system.

  • News: Cash machine rootkit hits the jackpot

    One year after his Black Hat talk on Automated Teller Machine security vulnerabilities was yanked by his employer, security researcher Barnaby Jack plans to deliver the talk and disclose a new ATM rootkit at the computer security conference.

  • Opinion: Microsoft and IE are losing to Google Chrome

    The latest web-browser figures are out. Google Chrome continues to gain market share, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer is still falling. In fact, IE has dropped below 60 percent market share for the first time, fuelled by a perception that IE is less secure.

  • News: Microsoft unveils Spindex to streamline Facebook

    Microsoft's FUSE Labs has unveiled Spindex - a new project to help aggregate and streamline social networks.

  • News: Apple fans-only dating service launched

    Cupidtino is a new dating service just for Mac fans.

  • News: 34% of Brits suffer broadband MAC code delay

    More than a third (34 percent) of Brits that swapped internet provider last year, experienced a delay in receiving their MAC (Migration Authorisation Code), says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • News: Nokia owners can use own voice for navigation

    Nokia has unveiled a free app that allows mobile phone owners to personalise turn-by-turn navigation with their own voice.

  • News: Google Editions e-books launching this summer

    Google plans to start selling digital books this summer through a new service called Google Editions, according to a Wall Street Journal report

  • News: Video search still a tough nut to crack

    While text-based search services such as Google's and Microsoft Bing now come pretty close to consistently serving up what users seek, video search services remain inexact at best, said video archiving experts who spoke on a panel at last week's WWW2010 conference.

  • News: Central Desktop adds simultaneous edits for Office

    Central Desktop's hosted collaboration suite will gain a new component next month designed to let multiple users simultaneously work on the same Microsoft Office documents.

  • News: Google Chrome gets 30 percent speed boost

    Google's latest beta version of its Chrome browser packs a performance boost to the Javascript engine that the company describes as "hefty" and adds the ability to apply pre-defined browser preferences in multiple machines through users' centralized Google accounts.

  • News: HP launches AMD-based ProBook laptops

    HP introduced seven laptops with AMD's upcoming laptop chips on Wednesday, boosting efforts for the chip designer's efforts to catch up with rival Intel.

  • News: Intel pushes Moorestown for tablets and phones

    Intel has set its sights on the burgeoning tablet computing market with its latest Moorestown chips, which the company believes will help break rival Arm's dominant position in the handheld device market.

  • News: Adobe accused on software monopoly

    The growing battle between Apple and Adobe and the possibilities of extended lawsuits between the two companies has re-invigorated a 5,000-strong group of graphic designers in their fight against Adobe and its shelving of the popular FreeHand vector illustration program.

  • Leica V-Lux 20 digital camera

    Leica makes some incredible cameras – but they usually come with incredible price tags. The V-Lux 20 is a very welcome departure, costing a semi-affordable £495 (still not cheap for a compact camera).

  • News: The rise of the smart, connected TV

    The estimated 19 percent of flat-panel TVs shipping with Ethernet in 2010 will grow to 46 percent in 2013, and connectivity is expected to become a mainstream feature.

  • Opinion: Apple takes on Google for the future of tech

    Apple's purchase of personal assistant app developer Siri marks an intensification of the company's battle with Google, its former ally. Apple's buying spree seems likely to intensify, too, as the company has hired a senior executive to lead its purchases.

  • News: TomTom offers drivers the voice of Darth Vader

    TomTom is giving UK drivers the chance to get directions from Star Wars baddie Darth Vader.

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