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  • News: BBC to launch iPod digital radio

    The BBC is developing a tiny digital radio receiver that can be used with existing MP3 players, including iPods.

  • News: Create a custom signature in Outlook 2007

    Sharpen up your business' online presence by setting up a smart signature for emails in Outlook 2007.

  • News: Formatting business email in Outlook 2007

    Sharpen up your business' online presence by formatting emails and creating signatures in Outlook 2007.

  • How-Tos: How to manage business contacts online

    Following up sales leads effectively can be the difference between life and death for a small business. In competitive markets, it's generally the persistent bird that catches the worm. Managing online contacts efficiently is an essential skill to acquire.

  • News: OS X Leopard leaks out online

    Copies of the current build of Mac OS X 10.5 – also known as 'Leopard' – have begun to leak on to the web.

  • News: DRM-free music download service launched

    Music fans in the UK searching for DRM-free music to buy legitimately online have a new service to use.

  • News: Logitech offers Skype calling kit

    Skype and Logitech have joined up to announce the Logitech EasyCall Desktop set, which integrates standard user interface combinations with equipment to make Skype calls.

  • News: Apple aims to ruin Vista's chances

    Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, is a gathering of geeks ready for a deep dive into a pool of technologies. But WWDC also has a tradition of new product introductions, and last week was no exception.

  • News: Microsoft will not compensate for delays

    Microsoft has said reports that it secretly plans to offer 'reparations' to corporate customers hurt by delays in the release of Windows Vista and Office 2007 are inaccurate.

  • News: AOL takes on Flickr

    AOL has begun publicly testing an upgrade of its AOL Pictures photo site that incorporates tagging, management and sharing features made popular by Yahoo's Flickr.

  • News: Vista upgrade coupon rumour spreads

    Unusual patterns in demand for motherboards lend weight to reports that well-known PC vendors will ship computers with free upgrade coupons for the Windows Vista OS in the fourth quarter.

  • News: Jobs 'excited' by iPhone plans

    The iPod phone might be much closer to release than previously thought, if reports are to believed.

  • News: Firefox flaws found by open-source system

    A software system for hunting down security flaws in open-source software is being used to iron out flaws in Mozilla's Firefox.

  • News: IEEE struggles with video Wi-Fi standard

    A second draft of the proposed IEEE standard for 100+Mbps wireless LANs is being pushed back several months, with a vote on it likely for January 2007 instead of late autumn.

  • News: Windows Live is 'paralysed'

    An outgoing Microsoft manager hired to advance the company's Windows Live strategy said yesterday Microsoft failed to give him adequate support and lacks commitment for building a comprehensive online services platform.

  • News: Blogger unblocked in China – again

    Google's free weblog service, Blogger, is once again accessible from Beijing without the use of a proxy server, indicating that apparent government efforts to block the site have been lifted.

  • News: Windows malware raises worm fears

    Attack code exploiting a recently patched vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows operating system has been posted to the internet, prompting concerns of a widespread attack.

  • News: Vista weaknesses identified by Symantec

    A report describing weaknesses in a beta version of Windows Vista has been released by security vendor Symantec.

  • News: Legislation could stop Chinese censorship

    A human-rights watchdog has urged governments in US and Europe to adopt new legislation that would prevent internet companies from censoring their content or keeping records of users' online behaviour in China.

  • News: AOL breach 'would not happen at Google'

    The release of a database of online search histories that has got AOL into hot water could never happen at Google, CEO Eric Schmidt said yesterday.



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