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  • News: Symantec lists 100 dirtiest websites of 2009

    Websites offering fake antivirus software are the most common in the ‘100 Dirtiest Websites of 2009', says Symantec.

  • News: Social networking tools being exploited by scammers

    Scammers are making use of new tools capable of quickly finding, gathering and correlating information about individuals from social networking sites and other public sources in a bid to wreck more havoc on the web, say security researchers.

  • News: Twitter named Word of the Year

    Twitter has been named the word of the year for 2009 by the Global Language Monitor in its annual global survey of English words and phrases that appear in the media and online.

  • News: Windows 7 gets thumbs up from early adopters

    Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 7, has been receieved well by PC users, although those upgrading from XP were less enthusiastic than those migrating from Vista

  • News: Microsoft to investigate Black Screen of Death

    Microsoft has revealed it is investigating why November's security release has triggered the Black Screen of Death in some PCs.

  • News: eBay fined €1.7m for perfume sales

    A French court has fined eBay €1.7 million (US$2.5 million) for failing to comply with an earlier ruling that required the online retailer to prevent the sale of certain brands of perfume to French consumers on its sites.

  • News: Europe extends US antiterrorist data-sharing deal

    Europe's Council of Ministers extended a controversial program on Monday that hands over information on international financial transactions to the U.S. for antiterrorism purposes.

  • News: Google Chrome Mac beta to leave out key features

    Google Chrome for Mac will be missing several features when it arrives as a beta in the next few weeks, according to TechCrunch, with Google rushing out th web browser to meet a self-imposed end-of-year deadline.

  • News: World's biggest spammers ordered to pay $15.2m

    A U.S. district court judge has ordered the largest "spam gang" in the world to pay nearly US$15.2 million for sending unsolicited e-mail messages marketing male-enhancement pills, prescription drugs and weight-loss supplements, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said Monday.

  • News: Google names best Android phone apps

    Google named the winners of its second contest aimed at encouraging software developers to make applications for the Android mobile operating system.

  • How-Tos: How to: Master Corel Digital Studio 2010

    With the increased availability of consumer video on even the cheapest mobile handsets, Corel has bundled its video-editing software with its latest digital image editor. Here, we show you how to make the most out of your home movies and favourite snaps with Corel Digital Studio 2010.

  • How-Tos: How to: Create waves with Google

    Not content with cleaning up in the search engine arena, becoming the first name in digital maps and making its Gmail client synonymous with webmail, Google wants you to organise and share your social and business events and conflabs using its tools, too. The result is Google Wave, and we'll explain how to use it in the following workshop.

  • How-Tos: How to: Upgrade your netbook

    Keeping your chosen netbook under budget may demand a trade-off in terms of specification, but what you skimp on now needn't haunt you for the life of the device.

  • News: World's most expensive Apple iPhone

    Designer Stuart Hughes, from Liverpool has created an iPhone costing a cool £1.92 million (US$3.2 million).

  • Video: BlackBerry Curve 8900 - In Brief

    The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the thinnest and lightest BlackBerry smartphone to date

  • News: Microsoft patch causes Black Screen of Death

    PC users have complained after Microsoft's latest round of security patches caused some PCs to seize up and display a black screen, rending the computer useless.

  • Elonex iGame Console

    Elonex, originally a purveyor of desktop PCs and laptops, is branching out into home electronics and has launched its own games console.

  • News: 4 million Brits have had their Wi-Fi hijacked

    Over four million web users have experience Wi-Fi hijacking in the last year, says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • Opinion: Relaxing the netbook laws

    It looks like a netbook, smells like a netbook, even tastes like a netbook. So it must be a netbook, right? Nope, says Microsoft and Intel. Not if its screen is bigger than 10.2in.

  • News: Be Broadband customers get £30 for recommending a friend

    Be Broadband is offering its customers £30 when they recommend a friend to sign up for internet access.



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