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  • News: Nvidia stock inside trader found guilty

    A former hedge fund consultant has been found guilty of inside trading, after selling information around Nvidia shares and other technology stock ahead of official announcements.

  • News: FBI hits Latvian scareware peddlers who infected 1 million

    The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken aim at two Latvian gangs that allegedly made tens of millions of dollars by sneaking fake virus warnings onto victims' computers and then charging them to clean up the mess.

  • News: Winklevoss twins give up Facebook fight

    The Winklevoss twins have decided to drop their long-drawn legal battle with Facebook and its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and accept an earlier US$65 million settlement.

  • News: VMware's Maritz sees 'post-document' era

    The PC era is giving way to a world centered on data, where devices and infrastructure are shaped by the information that users want to get from them, VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz said on Wednesday.

  • News: Apple iPad 2 Display Ranks Best in Face-Off Against Android

    The first thing you notice about a tablet is its display. Even when a tablet is powered down, its display is what jumps out first, since the screen is the most dominant part. The quality of the display is a critical component of a tablet, just as image quality is essential to any screen, be it for a laptop, a monitor, a smartphone, or even an HDTV.

  • News: Update: Feds bust international gangs distributing scareware products

    U.S. federal law enforcement authorities working in cooperation with their counterparts in more than 10 countries have disrupted the operations of two gangs responsible for distributing malicious scareware programs to more than 1 million people.

  • News: Newell: Wii U 'Fits' Valve

    Speaking to Joystiq at the 2011 Games for Change festival -- the same place where Al Gore delivered his thoughts on video games -- Valve co-founder Gabe Newell gave his input on Nintendo's new Wii U console.

  • News: Remains of the Day: All work and no play

    Samsung doesn't get to play with future Apple products, Taiwanese manufacturers are getting pretty familiar with Amazon's purported tablet PC, and the Machine Project wants to tinker with Los Angeles's supply of Apple IIs. As for the remainders for Wednesday, June 22, 2011, don't tell me no lines and keep your hands to yourself.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 23/06/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks

  • News: Hack Attacks Escalating? Here's a Reality Check

    Hack attacks from online thugs such as Anonymous and LulzSec appear to signal a hacker Armageddon. Not only has Sony been relentlessly targeted by hackers this year so has the Central Intelligence Agency, Sega, PBS.com, the U.K. government, and dozens of other high-profile company and government agency Web sites.

  • News: L.A. Noire Nicholson Electroplating DLC Out Now

    The penultimate case for L.A. Noire -- the Nicholson Electroplating arson case -- is now available for download from Xbox Live and PSN for 320 Microsoft Points or $3.99 respectively. Rockstar Pass holders will be able to access the DLC for free from today, as will those who pre-ordered from Best Buy.

  • Opinion: Has Unity Knocked Ubuntu Off Its Pedestal?

    It's no secret that the new Unity interface in Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty Narwhal" has been less than entirely successful at pleasing some fans of Canonical's free and open source operating system.

  • Opinion: Best Buy Joins Cloud Music Locker Business, Poorly

    Just in case the cloud music services of Google, Amazon and Apple weren't enough for you, Best Buy has quietly launched its own, called Best Buy Music Cloud. Best Buy's offering comes in two flavors, Lite (free) and Premium ($3.99 per month), and is pretty much the same as its competitors, with a few hitches.

  • News: BBC's data dilemma

    The Webwereld Netherlands story headlined "BBC's data dilemma" and posted Wednesday has been removed from the wire. Online editors are asked to immediately remove the story from websites and print editors are asked to not use the story in future editions. A revised version of the story will be posted on the wire when it is ready for distribution

  • News: Redeem PSN Welcome Back Before July 3

    PSN has been back up and running for some time now, but some of you still might not have redeemed your Welcome Back pack. Better hurry -- it closes soon.

  • Opinion: New Tech Turns Finger Swipes Into Power

    Scientists are looking into ways to turn the finger swipes on touchscreens into electricity. Finally, I can do something productive while I'm furiously swiping away while playing Fruit Ninja!

  • Opinion: G-Tech G-Connect Provides Wireless Portable Storage

    Wireless storage is in vogue right now. G-Technology by Hitachi today revealed its G-Connect, a 500GB portable hard drive that can serve up content wirelessly via Wi-Fi. The drive, available in July, goes farther than other recently announced wireless drives (Seagate's comparably priced GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless Storage 500GB, and Kingston's flash-based Wi-Drive).

  • News: Hitachi announces G-Connect storage, wireless-access device

    Wish your iPad or iPod could hold more media? That your hotel room's Internet connection was wireless? That you had a portable Time Machine drive when traveling? Hitachi's upcoming G-Connect Wireless Storage with Internet Access for iPad, announced Wednesday, offers a solution to all these challenges and more in one compact package.

  • News: Forrester: No End in Sight for IE Enterprise Slide

    Despite Windows dominance and a surge in Windows 7 enterprise upgrades, corporate use of Internet Explorer continues to decline due to more workplace consumerization that emphasizes choice and an increase in browser-agnostic apps.

  • News: Phone calls still favored by adults for communicating with others

    Voice phone communication and email are still preferred by Americans over social networks, texting and other messaging modes for reaching out to family, friends and co-workers, according to a new survey of 2,300 adults.


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