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  • News: New Intel Atom in Dell & Fujitsu netbooks

    PC makers including Dell and Fujitsu have introduced netbooks based on Intel's latest Atom processor that are smaller and offer battery lives in excess of seven hours, the companies said on Monday.

  • News: Bluetooth 4.0 products due in early 2010

    The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) revealed this Thursday a host of new innovations to be featured its next iteration of the popular Bluetooth wireless protocol.

  • How-Tos: How to: Remotely troubleshoot Windows

    If you have an interest in technology, you probably find your friends think you’re fair game when it comes to fixing their PC problems. Remote access can take the pain out of the troubleshooting process, letting you access a friend’s machine as if it were right in front of you. You can drive the controls yourself and fix problems quickly.

  • News: Firefox 3.5 is world's most popular web browser

    In the unceasing race for market share, Mozilla's Firefox has edged ahead of Microsoft's Internet Explorer, at least according to one statistical snapshot of which browser versions Web surfers use.

  • How-Tos: How to: Set up a website

    The economic woes of the past 18 months have been cruel to many people, but the making of others. With the recession coming to an end and a bright new decade ahead, there's no better time to set up a professional-looking website and rake in the cash.

  • MSI Wind U130 and U135 WiMax netbooks

    MSI has announced two netbooks certified by the WiMax Forum and with 3.5G mobile broadband modules at their core. The MSI Wind U130 and U135 netbooks will go onsale in the UK in January.

  • Video: 2009 year in review: Microsoft

    2009 was a big year for Microsoft. Bill Gates passed the baton on to CEO Steve Ballmer, the company launched a new OS and search engine and updated its gaming hardware, among other announcements this year. But by far the biggest news for the company this year was the launch of Windows 7. The buzz spanned most of the year, from when we got a look at it in January to when Microsoft shipped it out in October.

  • News: PC Advisor's Product Of The Decade

    PC Advisor editors and expert contributors, with reader feedback from pcadvisor.co.uk's 300,000 registered users, have nominated ten products that have defined the decade 2000-2009 and will still hold influence over the next.

  • ViewSonic 13.3in ViewBook Pro laptop

    ViewSonic has started selling the 13.3in ViewBook Pro it first announced back in October. An "ultra-thin" laptop that runs Windows 7, the ViewBook Pro looks likely to compete head-to-head with the Apple MacBook Air.

  • News: Personal PCs growing in the office

    Companies are starting to let employees use privately owned notebook computers for work purposes, according to a Gartner Inc. survey of 500 IT managers in the U.S., U.K. and Germany.

  • News: Vodafone to sell Apple iPhone next month

    Vodafone is likely to start selling Apple's iPhone as early as Thursday 14 January next year.

  • News: Google UK 'tax avoidance' sparks backlash

    Search giant Google avoided paying up to £450m in UK taxes last year because its £1.6bn British advertising earnings were funnelled through its Irish subsidiary, according to the company's accounts.

  • Opinion: Assault on batteries

    PC Advisor aims to bring you an eclectic mix of interesting new hardware and useful software. Every so often we come across a product that falls below an acceptable standard of quality or value, but it's no less deserving of review. It can be as important to know what not to buy as it is to know what you should be placing high on your wish list.

  • News: Google EtherPad word processor goes open source

    Google has released the source code of EtherPad, a Web-hosted word processor designed for real-time workgroup collaboration, in a move aimed at appeasing users of the product who complained about plans to discontinue it.

  • News: Firefox 3.6 beta available for download

    The Mozilla development community has rolled out the latest beta of its Firefox 3.6 browser.

  • News: LG shows world's thinnest LCD TV panel

    LG Display has developed a prototype LCD panel for television sets that's less than a quarter the thickness of the company's current production panels. The new screen could enable TV set makers to produce even thinner flat-panel sets but there are no current plans for mass production.

  • News: New Intel Atom offers longer netbook battery life

    Intel has launched its next-generation Atom netbook processor, saying it will bring longer battery life and improved system performance to low-cost laptops.

  • News: Product Of The Year 2009: Windows 7

    PC Advisor has announced that its Product Of The Year for 2009 is Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system

  • News: 9 peculiar patents & troublesome tech trademarks

    Trademarks and patents are a major issue in technology. If you've got a good product name or idea then your first instinct is to protect it.

  • News: Top technology quotes for 2009

    With 2009, and the decade, drawing to a close, we've trawled back over a year's worth of IT-related quotes to find just which one's really stood out, for the right or wrong reasons.

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