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  • News: Cheap, ultra-slim iPhone coming in Q4?

    Apple will launch a cheap iPhones with a design that could be based on the ultra-slim iPod Nano music player later this year, according to a JP Morgan Chase analyst.

  • News: UK digital music singles sales up near 50 percent

    UK sales of digital music albums are increasing. And 90 percent of all UK music singles tracks are now sold via digital and mobile music services.

  • News: Analysis: iPhone to get 10 percent of US market

    Analysts at Strategy Analytics predict that the Apple iPhone will grab as much as 10 percent of the US smartphone market by the end of 2007.

  • News: FileMaker Pro 9.0 launches

    FileMaker today released FileMaker Pro 9.0. FileMaker Pro 9.0 is an update of the FileMaker Pro database software.

  • Brother DCP-560CN and DCP-770CW all-in-ones

    Brother has launched two network-ready colour inkjet printer, scanner, copiers with automatic document feeders. Get full details of Brother's new range of printer, copier, scanner all-in-ones here

  • News: Brother launches inkjet and laser printer, scanner, copiers

    Brother has launched its latest range of colour laser and inkjet multifunction devices. The company has upgraded its colour inkjet range with 10 multi-function machines that feature print, scan and copy functions and are available with or without fax capability.

  • Brother DCP-350C all-in-one printer

    Brother today announced the Brother DCP-350C, a colour inkjet printer, scanner and copier with a 2in colour LCD.

  • Brother DCP-150C printer, scanner, copier

    The Brother DCP-150C all-in-one flatbed colour printer, scanner and copier from Brother's new inkjet range boasts claimed print speeds of up to 27ppm (pages per minute) mono and 22ppm colour. It also features the PhotoCapture Centre whcih enables photos to be printed directly from your memory card.

  • Opinion: MySpace UK has 10 million users. Thanet one

    Run for your lives, MySpace has conquered Britain. But murky corners of Kent, Cumbria and Norfolk are leading the resistance. Vive le Resistance!

  • Brother DCP-135C inkjet printer, scanner, copier

    The Brother DCP-135C is the entry level machine from Brother's new range of multi-function inkjet printers. This low cost flatbed, colour inkjet printer, scanner and copier is ideal for the home user. It also includes PictBridge capability which allow you to print high quality photos directly from your camera.

  • News: IT problems cost UK business billions

    Mid-sized and large businesses lose an average of £500,000 a year due to application performance problems, a survey has found. One in 10 such businesses loses around £2 million a year.

  • News: TimeUK tipped to buy Evesham

    British PC manufacturer Evesham Technology is on the verge of being bought out. Reports suggest that TimeUK.com is the prospective purchaser.

  • News: Million-dollar bounty offered for software pirates

    The BSA (Business Software Alliance) - an IT industry group that includes Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Dell, HP and dozens more - is offering $1 million for anyone who shops a company that's illegally circumventing software licensing agreements. The BSA has increased the reward as software piracy continues to grow. According to IDC, US software vendors lost $7.3 billion in 2006 as a result of piracy.

  • News: Cisco, Microsoft, EMC join forces to thwart terror

    Cisco, Microsoft and EMC are set to build a system that lets the US government securely share data among its agencies. The US government has been looking for such a system since the September 2001 terrorist attacks.

  • Mexens Navizon free GPS for PCs

    Mexens Technology has announced its Navizon service for any Wi-Fi or Bluetooth-equipped computer.

  • News: Government 'forgot' London Olympics IT costs

    The UK Government didn't include IT systems when it budgeted for the 2012 Olympics in London. The massive IT costs of the ODA (Olympic Delivery Authority) were costed fully 16 months after the games were awarded to London.

  • News: Google adds online security to Google Apps

    Google is to add high-tech online security to the its online hosted Google Apps office productivity suite. Google yesterday announced plans to acquire messaging security vendor Postini for $625m.

  • News: Firefox 3.0 beta delayed until September

    The first Firefox 3.0 beta has been delayed by at least six weeks. Mozilla said this weekend that the first beta of its next-generation won't appear until the middle of September.

  • News: AMD and Intel to slash PC prices

    AMD yesterday announced desktop processor price cuts. Intel is expected to announce bargains of its own later this month. AMD and Intel have been in a tit-for-tat price war for well over a year now, and the results have been great for users - particularly in desktop PCs.

  • News: TurboLinux joins Microsoft's push for XML-ODF

    TurboLinux has joined the Microsoft-funded but community-led Open XML-ODF (Open Document Format) translator project. Microsoft is enlisting Linux distributor TurboLinux to help translate documents between Open XML and ODF file formats for Japanese and Chinese users.



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