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  • News: O2 gets broadband comparison site users' vote

    O2 has come out on top in a survey run by ISP comparison site BroadbandChoices.co.uk.

  • News: Young web users most at risk from Cybercrime

    Younger internet users that are 'digitally active' and use the web for mostly social interaction, are most at risk of cybercrime, says PC Tools.

  • News: DOJ may investigate Google Book Search deal

    The US Department of Justice (DOJ) is considering investigating the antitrust issues created by Google's settlement with authors and publishers following the lawsuit against its book search tool.

  • Opinion: Internet Explorer 8 vs Firefox 3.5

    Every day I sit at my computer and open two browsers: Firefox 3.5 and Internet Explorer (IE6, then IE7, and recently IE8). I maintain two separate browser lives, in a sense. But which is the better web browser?

  • News: Google tracks Swine Flu's path

    Google is running an experiment of sorts to follow the swine flu's path through Mexico.

  • News: 60% of Twitter users only stay a month

    Over half of Twitter users frequent the micro blogging site for just one month before getting bored of the service, says Nielsen Online.

  • News: Agreement reached on new EU-wide telecom laws

    European lawmakers reached agreement on most of the outstanding issues obstructing a new draft of EU-wide telecom laws on Wednesday, including how to balance people's rights to information against the need to prevent illegal internet behaviour.

  • News: Facebook users warned over phishing email

    Facebook users were hit Wednesday with a phishing attack that tried to steal names and passwords from users of the popular social network.

  • News: Hybrid transistors to enable instant-on laptops

    Researchers have developed a technology that could allow laptops to wake up instantly from a shut-down state without draining battery life the way sleep states do.

  • News: Nugache worm creator avoids prison term

    A 20-year-old man from Wyoming has been sentenced to five years' probation for creating what researchers called one of the most sophisticated botnet networks of hacked computers in recent years.

  • News: RealDVD trial extended to next week

    A widely watched court case pitting software maker RealNetworks against seven Hollywood studios will resume next week after court testimony took longer than expected on Wednesday.

  • Opinion: In pursuit of the perfect portable

    If you're hunting for a new laptop, you're spoiled for choice. You can plump for a model with two screens, another that runs for 24 hours on a single battery charge, or a bargain machine that costs less than £200. It's easy to see why the versatile laptop has become the format of choice for the majority of computer buyers.

  • Opinion: Infosec: Security sells

    The first casualty of war is truth. Come the recession, the marketing budget is first out the door. But, unlike moribund tradeshows such as March's CeBIT, the UK's very own Infosec show is doing a lively trade in London this week.

  • LoJack for Laptops

    Absolute Software this week at Infosec launched a product that will be a boon for drunken civil servants and businessmen the length and breadth of our fair green land. LoJack for Laptops.

  • Trend Smart Surfing for Mac, iPhone & iPod touch

    Trend Micro has launched products to help protect Mac, Apple iPhone and iPod touch users when they are surfing the web.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Vine: social networking for emergencies

    Microsoft has launched a private beta of its new Microsoft Vine service, a social-networking tool that allow small groups to trade vital information. Microsoft Vine is a downloadable application that allows you to send out Twitter-style alerts and longer reports, and keep track of your Vine contacts.

  • News: US responsible for 15% of global spam

    The US continues to be the country responsible for most of the global spam, contributing 15 percent of the overall total says Sophos.

  • News: Drop in child porn websites

    The number of website that feature pornographic images of children fell by 10 percent in 2008, says the Internet Watch Foundation.

  • Opinion: Apple iPhone 'mediapad': a Kindle killer?

    Is Apple's rumoured 'mediapad' iPhone-like entertainment device a threat to Amazon's Kindle e-book reader? I think it is, but the only people who may care are current Kindle owners, some of whom may end up wishing they had waited on their purchase.

  • News: Acer to launch Google Android phone

    Acer plans to launch a smartphone based on Google's Android operating system this year.


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