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  • News: Google appeals German copyright 'violation'

    Google will appeal two German court decisions that found it violated copyright law by showing thumbnails of works by two artists in search results.

  • News: 'Encryption key' challenge to RIP Act fails

    Defendants can't deny police an encryption key because of fears the data it unlocks will incriminate them, a British appeals court has ruled.

  • News: Intel CEO brushes off economic crisis

    Intel's president and CEO Paul Otellini has assured customers that the IT industry is not about to enter a "post-dotcom downturn", after the company announced earnings were up in the third quarter, narrowly beating analyst expectations.

  • News: Barack Obama embraces video game ads

    Barack Obama has become the first US presidential candidate to buy advertising space inside a video game, according to the Associated Press.

  • News: Gartner lists 10 biggest technologies of 2009

    Gartner has released a list of the 10 most important strategic technologies for 2009, which includes cloud computing and business intelligence.

  • News: New Sharp TVs have built-in Blu-ray recorders

    Sharp is to launch the first LCD TVs with built-in Blu-ray Disc recorders. The sets will go on sale in Japan next month, and are expected to hit Europe in 2009.

  • Sound Leisure iPod Manhattan Jukebox

    Harrods has been showcasing its Sound and Vision department, aiming to tempt us with its array of audiovisual goodies in the hope we might add them to our Christmas shopping lists.

  • News: Cheap MacBook announced, but Jobs disappoints netbook fans

    Apple has launched an all-new MacBook which "eliminates more than 60 percent of the parts, and it's much stronger," according to CEO Steve Jobs.

  • News: Photos: Thinnest-ever MacBook Pro takes lead from MacBook Air

    Apple has launched a new MacBook Pro laptop range, featuring an instant-on LED display, next generation graphics, and a multi-touch glass trackpad.

  • News: Vista chief declares war on Apple

    Brad Brooks, vice president of Windows Consumer Product Marketing at Microsoft, has gone on the offensive against Vista bashers, Apple and Linux as he personally "draws a line in the sand" and starts fighting for Windows Vista.

  • News: Apple shuts online store for new laptops

    Apple has suspended service on its online store as it prepares to upgrade its range of Mac laptops.

  • News: Poll: Two thirds of users never change passwords

    A staggering 90 percent of respondents to a PC Advisor poll admit that they don't regularly change their online password.

  • Linx Memoire digital photo frames

    Linx has added to its line-up of digital photo frames with the launch of three new frames with screens ranging from 7in to 10.2in. The Linx Memoire frames accept four different types of memory card and have a 300:1 contrast ratio.

  • Encyclopedia Britannica 2009 Ultimate Edition

    Focus Software has launched the 2009 version of the Encyclopedia Britannica Ultimate Edition. The £39.99 program contains more than 100,000 separate articles on a diverse range of subjects.

  • Antec Skeleton open-frame PC case

    Antec has launched the Skeleton, an open-frame PC case it claims is the first to be available to consumers. The open structure of the case is designed to maximise airflow and cooling while also offering a high level of flexibility.

  • Opinion: Microsoft goes back to basics with Windows 7

    New versions of Windows are subject to enough analysis, hype and speculation without reading too much into Microsoft's thought process when deciding upon official brand names. So forgive me for doing exactly that following the company's decision to reveal the official branding of Windows Vista's successor.

  • Opinion: Microsoft goes back to basics with Windows 7

    New versions of Windows are subject to enough analysis, hype and speculation without reading too much into Microsoft's thought process when deciding upon official brand names. So forgive me for doing exactly that following the company's decision to reveal the official branding of Windows Vista's successor.

  • News: Microsoft officially names Windows 7

    Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 7 will retain its name when it is made publicly available.

  • News: BT names '40Mbps' fibre broadband exchanges

    BT has announced that residents of Muswell Hill in London, and Whitchurch in South Glamorgan will be the first to receive its next generation broadband service in a new trial.

  • News: Happy birthday, mobile phone!

    The first US commercial cellular call was placed on October 13, 1983 from the president of Ameritech Mobile Communications in Chicago to the grandson of Alexander Graham Bell in Germany - using Motorola's DynaTAC 8000X portable cellular phone.



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