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  • Opinion: Windows Vista reality check

    Okay, it's not perfect. But Windows Vista on a new PC is perfectly serviceable for many users. In some ways, in fact, Vista is a better operating system than Windows XP. Unfortunately, XP's heir apparent is also the most derided and discounted Microsoft operating system since Windows Me.

  • Video: AG Neovo X-W22 - In Brief

    AG Neovo has tried a fresh approach to make its slimline AG Neovo X-W22 22in monitor stand out from the crowd.

  • News: Apple to launch new version of iPod Nano

    Apple looks set to launch a new thinner version of its iPod Nano, says Digg founder Kevin Rose.

  • News: Royal Bank of Scotland loses 1m bank details

    A laptop sold on eBay contained personal details of one million Royal Bank of Scotland customers.

  • News: Nokia launches N85, N79 smartphones

    Nokia has expanded its N series of smart phones with two new models: the N85 and the N79. The company will also start selling an Americanized version of the upcoming N96, it announced on Tuesday.

  • News: Add-on for Firefox boosts security

    A free-add on that will boost security in Firefox 3.0 has been developed by Carnegie-Mellon University.

  • News: White iPhone 3G hits Carphone Warehouse stores

    A white version of Apple's iPhone 3G is now available at Carphone Warehouse.

  • News: Groups say gag order on Intel/AMD case is 'unjust'

    A tech trade group and a handful of news organisations have asked a US court to lift its order to seal documents in the pending antitrust lawsuit brought against Intel by AMD, saying the gag order has "unnecessarily and unjustly" withheld information from the public.

  • News: Sony Ericsson launches DRM-free PlayNow store

    Sony Ericsson has relaunched its mobile content store PlayNow, renaming it PlayNow Arena and promoting music without the DRM technology some stores use to prevent copying or sharing of songs.

  • News: Sanyo launches entry-level HD projector

    Sanyo is bringing full high-definition video to the entry level of the projector market with its PLV-Z700 that launches in Berlin this week at the IFA consumer electronics show.

  • News: Microsoft shows new IE8 privacy features

    Microsoft has revealed new privacy features planned for Internet Explorer 8 (IE8), the next release of its browser which is expected to be available by the end of the year

  • News: Google omits Bluetooth from Android 1.0

    The first version of Google's Android smartphone OS won't include API support for Bluetooth and the GTalkService instant messaging service, according to the Android Developers Blog.

  • News: The history of the PC explained

    The history of the PC is most commonly traced back to 1972, with Intel's introduction of the 8008 chip, the 8-bit follow-on to the 4-bit 4004, itself introduced in 1971 and remembered as the world's first microprocessor.

  • News: AMD to sell ATI's TV business to Broadcom

    AMD has announced it will sell its digital television business to Broadcom for $192.8m, as the chip maker fights to return to profitability.

  • News: Registry Cleaners compared: speed up your PC

    The Windows Registry is an essential system file that houses a massive collection of details about your computer where programs are stored, which helper programs (known as DLLs) are shared among your various applications, listings of all your Start-menu shortcuts, and pointers to the programs that fire up when you click on an icon. And that's just the beginning.

  • Free Disc Cover tool for direct Apple iTunes art

    CD, DVD, and Blu-ray disc duplicator maker Primera Technology has partnered with Ukrainian software company BeLight Software to offer all its registered customers - who are using a Primera Disc Publisher with a Mac OS X computer - a free version of BeLight's Disc Cover Standard Edition.

  • News: Vista 'more popular' than Windows XP by 2009

    Windows Vista will be more popular at the end of this year than XP was at a similar juncture, according to research firm Gartner

  • News: Microsoft admits another flawed update

    Microsoft has rereleased one of its August 11 security updates, explaining that it had posted an incomplete version to its own Download Centre last week.

  • News: Will Microsoft still activate new XP installations?

    Users are worried that Microsoft really will kill off Windows XP

  • News: AMD stalled by lack of fab buyer

    One of the reasons AMD hasn't found a buyer for these plants is that the company continues to lose money, to the tune of US$1.2 billion during the second quarter alone. That loss helped push down the value of shareholders' equity in the chip maker to $1.5 billion, down from $3 billion at the end of 2007.

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