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    Windows XP users have put up an almost heroic level of resistance to Vista, but a large percentage of PC owners will end up moving to Microsoft’s latest operating system (OS) in the end.

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    Mozilla 'froze' the code for Firefox 3.0 beta 3 last week, with final testing of the beta scheduled to start today.

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    The biggest story in home-entertainment technology right now is the impending close to the HD DVD/Blu-ray Disc battle.

  • News: IPv6 internet overhaul begins

    The master address books for the internet are being updated to include records in IP version 6 (IPv6), a new format which forms part of a major overhaul of the net’s core address system.

  • News: Vodafone offers half-price mobile broadband

    Vodafone is slashing its mobile broadband rates, halving its tariff for wireless data cards from £30 to £15 for a promotional period.

  • News: Intel launches chip with 2 billion transistors

    Intel has launched a quad-core chip, which features more than 2bn transistors and is designed for high-end servers.

  • News: How the Microsoft/Yahoo deal would affect you

    It's the year 2010. Microsoft owns Yahoo and has just changed the name of Flickr to Microsoft Flickr Live Photo-Sharing Service for Digital Camera Enthusiasts. The service is still free, but Windows Vista users will have to validate their copy of Vista as 'genuine' first to use it. What has Microsoft wrought?

  • News: Intel to provide full details of Silverthorne chip

    Intel will offer a first look at technical details of its low-power Silverthorne processor during a presentation at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) this week, setting the stage for a concerted push into the market for ultraportable devices.

  • News: Google questions legality of Microsoft/Yahoo deal

    Google says Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Yahoo raises "troubling questions" and that the underlying principles of the internet stand to be tested by the proposed deal.

  • News: LiMo ready with Linux phone platform

    The LiMo Foundation plans to release the first version of its Linux software platform for mobile phones in March, with handsets running the software due soon.

  • News: Intel & Micron launch super-fast NAND flash

    Intel and Micron Technology have launched high-speed NAND flash memory technology that they said offers data transfer speeds that are five times faster than conventional NAND technology. IM Flash Technologies, a joint venture of Micron and Intel, developed the new technology.

  • Sony DPF-V700 and DPF-V900 digital photo frames

    Sony is muscling in on the digital photo frame market with the launch of three displays. Two have 7in screens, while the other, the Sony DPF-V900 is a 9in widescreen digital photo frame.

  • News: The top 40 BlackBerry shortcuts

    40 nuggets of valuable advice on getting the most from your BlackBerry, including shortcuts, email tips and phone functions.

  • How-Tos: How to stop your laptop being stolen

    PC Advisor's ultimate guide to laptop-theft prevention, full of smart, simple ways to secure your portable PC, and return it if it gets lost.

  • News: Low cost flash spurs innovation

    Devices that will benefit from cheaper NAND memory include SD cards, which will boast greatly expanded storage capacity, USB flash sticks, internal storage and new, lower-cost SSDs for notebook computers.

  • Opinion: Happy birthday Vista? Perhaps not...

    It hardly seems possible, but it was a little over a year ago that Microsoft foisted Windows Vista onto a wary world. But instead of the "Wow Starts Now", January 30, 2007 was more like the "When Started Then".

  • News: 15 fabulous, free PC security programs

    Turn on your PC and you're immediately vulnerable. Protect yourself for free today with PC Advisor's favourite 15 free security tools.

  • News: PC World offers 'free' laptop deal

    PC World will give a free or discounted laptop to every customer that signs up to an 18-month mobile broadband subscription from 3.

  • News: Expedia and Rhapsody hit by infected ads

    Expedia.com and music store Rhapsody have fallen foul of cyber criminals planting malware into banner ads. Users clicking on the flash banner ads were redirected to sites which tried to get them to install a rogue anti-spyware application.

  • Pure Digital ONE

    The best-selling DAB radio out there, the ONE comes in a choice of colours: white, black or a very eye-catching pink. We're not saying there’s any stereotyping going on, but we notice that it's the black, rather than the pink model that Pure denotes as the TalkSport model.



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