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  • News: Google office package challenges Microsoft

    Google has integrated its separate spreadsheet and word-processing applications, giving them a uniform user interface and a unified document repository.

  • News: Windows & Office users get critical patches

    Microsoft has issued 11 security updates, fixing critical vulnerabilities in its Windows and Office software.

  • News: Microsoft revamps Vista anti-piracy technology

    Microsoft has confirmed it is overhauling its anti-piracy technology in Windows Vista to plug a potential software licence hole

  • News: Software vulnerabilities on the march

    The number of software security vulnerabilities identified during the first eight months of this year has already gone past the total recorded for all of 2005

  • News: Widespread web bugs track your email

    The tracer software that Hewlett Packard investigators used to try to sniff out boardroom leaks sounded like it had been ripped from the pages of a bad science-fiction novel. That is, until the company began talking about it in detail at a congressional probe into the spying scandal.

  • News: Volunteer antispam group faces closure

    A US court has threatened to shut down the Spamhaus Project, a volunteer-run antispam service, for ignoring an $11.7m judgement against it.

  • News: Google & YouTube confirm music deals

    Video-sharing sites make online music breakthrough after signing high-profile deals with the record industry

  • News: New Google tool handy for mischief

    The company's new source-code search engine, unveiled as a tool to help simplify life for developers, can also be misused to search for software bugs, password information, and even proprietary code that shouldn't have been posted to the Internet in the first place, security experts say.

  • News: UK broadband penetration to reach 64%

    Nearly two-thirds of UK households will have a broadband connection in two years, according to research firm Point Topic.

  • News: Older generations dominate MySpace

    More than half of MySpace users are over 35 years old, dispelling the myth that the social networking site is used mostly by teenagers, according to Comscore.

  • News: PlayStation chip set for mobile phones

    The Cell processor sits at the heart of the PlayStation 3, the most powerful game console yet developed, and a high-performance computer from IBM. Now Toshiba wants to put that power into mobile devices and mobile phones.

  • News: Microsoft-backed IM add-on used for adware

    One week after it added the creator of a Windows Messenger add-on to its list of Most Valued Professionals, Microsoft has revoked the award after critics pointed out that the program is used to distribute adware.

  • News: Celeb sites now best way to get malware

    The quickest way to become infected with malware could be to visit a fake celebrity website and not, as is commonly assumed, one dedicated to porn.

  • News: Free Google tools woo website developers

    Valentine's Day is months away, but Google has displayed its ardour for developers by delivering to them the programming equivalent of a box of chocolates and a dozen red roses.

  • News: Microsoft releases Windows Vista RC2

    Microsoft has released what it expects to be the final release of Windows Vista before the operating system is sent to manufacturing for distribution.

  • News: HP bosses ousted by 'disinformation'

    Former HP chairmen Patricia Dunn and Carly Fiorina each cited board member Thomas Perkins as an instigator behind their ousting from the technology company.

  • News: Now Hitachi recalls Sony-made batteries

    Hitachi joins most of the leading laptop computer makers in recalling batteries from Sony that are known to overheat and potentially cause fires.

  • News: PlayStation 3 chip for mobile phones

    The Cell processor sits at the heart of the PlayStation 3, the most powerful game console yet developed, and high-performance computers from IBM. Now Toshiba wants to put that power into mobile devices and phones.

  • News: Microsoft kills Windows XP SP1

    October 10 marks the end of the line for Windows XP Service Pack 1, which will no longer be supported by Microsoft as of that date.

  • News: HD content playback will require fast CPU

    If you're thinking of using your PC to play high-definition Blu-ray Disc or HD-DVD movies then you might have to think again.

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