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  • News: Grooveshark App Booted from Android Market

    Is Google trying to clean up its act in the Android Market by dumping alleged copyright-infringing applications? That may be the case for at least one app after the controversial music streaming service Grooveshark disappeared from the Android Market on Tuesday. The move comes amid reports that Google is negotiating licensing rights for its new online music streaming service, Google Music.

  • News: Apple to announce Final Cut Pro on 12 April

    Apple will reportedly 'take over' the FCP User Group SuperMeet in Las Vegas next week in order to announce the new version of Final Cut Pro.

  • News: Why Google Needs Android to be Less Open

    Google's Android OS is a mobile force to be reckoned with. Android smartphones have quickly risen to the top of the food chain, and Android tablets are emerging as a solid rival for Apple's iPad tablet. The "open" nature of the Android OS has contributed to its success, but the lack of control over the Android ecosystem as a whole creates a confusing landscape for app developers and could ultimately hinder the platform.

  • News: Outsourcing in Latin America: What A Vendor Won't Tell You

    The Latin American IT services market is heating up, but buyer beware: There are hidden costs and issues that could affect your nearer-shore outsourcing deal.

  • News: IE9 exploit puts Windows 7 SP1 at risk

    A new exploit for IE9 bypasses all security measures in even the latest fully patched version of Windows 7, according to a French security company Vupen.

  • News: Facebook to Host Town Hall With President Obama

    President Barack Obama will meet with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg when he travels to the Palo Alto headquarters of the social networking company for an online town hall meeting later this month. The president and Zuckerberg will be joined by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg for the discussion that will be Web-cast at 4:45 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, April 20 at WhiteHouse.gov/live and Facebook.com/WhiteHouse.

  • How-Tos: How to test Windows Thin PC

    Windows Thin PC (TPC) is now available for testing. Here we explain how to download the pre-release beta version of WinTPC and test it for yourself.

  • News: How to test Windows Thin PC

    Windows Thin PC (TPC) is now available for testing. Here we explain how to download the pre-release beta version of WinTPC and test it for yourself.

  • News: Eight DLC Packs You Really Should Play

    Downloadable content is now an integral part of virtually every major release, but many gamers are still unfamiliar with the concept. Here's a handy guide to PC Advisor's favourite DLC.

  • Feature: Eight DLC Packs You Really Should Play

    Downloadable content is now an integral part of virtually every major release, but many gamers are still unfamiliar with the concept. Here's a handy guide to PC Advisor's favourite DLC.

  • News: Tax prep maker warns customers of Epsilon email hack impact

    Intuit has warned users of its tax preparation software to be aware of identity theft scams in the wake of a major breach at marketing firm Epsilon.

  • Feature: The five best photo apps for smartphones

    Sony CEO Howard Stringer recently sparked speculation that the iPhone 5 will have an 8Mp camera after making some unguarded comments in an interview

  • How-Tos: How to connect to a printer on your local network

    With multiple PCs in your home, you may think it's out of the question to print files from a laptop, netbook or even any machine that isn’t connected to a printer via USB.

  • News: Robots, 'now among us,' hit Smithsonian

    The Smithsonian Museum of American History has added a number of robotic technologies to its collection, including what may have been some of the smallest robots in the world.

  • News: ISPs unhappy with BT pricing for poles and ducts

    An £830m plan to bring superfast broadband to every community in the UK by 2015 could be in jeopardy, after a leaked letter revealed ISPs including TalkTalk and Virgin Media are unhappy about the prices and terms and conditions imposed by BT on other providers to use its existing ducts and poles.

  • How-Tos: How to use Windows 7s advanced networking to work from anywhere

    No matter if you’re at home, on the move or in the office, Windows 7 lets you connect and get things done. The trend these days is towards remote and mobile computing. So Microsoft has incorporated a variety of new networking features in Windows 7 that simplify connectivity and help users access resources.

  • News: Google fights to make HTTPS browsing safe

    A number of hack attacks recently have made many question the fundamental security of the internet - hack attacks that have brought into question a system that until now was considered be bullet-proof. However, with appropriate good timing, two new security schemes are coming to the rescue.

  • News: Sony PS3 websites attacked by Anonymous group

    The campaigning group 'Anonymous' has got Sony in its sights, launching a denial of service attack against the company's PlayStation network websites in protest at its legal pursuit of PS3 jailbreaker, 'Geohot'.

  • News: Swiss court says Google's Street View breaks privacy rules

    A Swiss court has ruled that Google is breaching citizens' right to privacy with its Street View service and should take greater steps to obscure people caught by its cameras, according to court documents.

  • News: How to use Windows 7s advanced networking to work from anywhere

    No matter if you’re at home, on the move or in the office, Windows 7 lets you connect and get things done. The trend these days is towards remote and mobile computing, and it’s important for an operating system to provide the tools necessary to keep you connected and productive wherever you may be. So Microsoft has incorporated a variety of new networking features in Windows 7 that simplify connectivity and help users access resources.



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