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  • News: Free Wi-Fi for World Bank meeting

    Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority is testing a free wireless internet service ahead of the annual meeting of the boards of governors of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, which take place this month in Singapore.

  • News: Windows Vista RC1 released

    After several delays, it appears Microsoft may get the next version of its Windows client operating system to customers according to its current timetable.

  • News: Clearing system for universities 'in chaos'

    The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service has sent heads of university and college admissions offices enormous computer files filled with nothing but gobbledegook.

  • News: Samsung announces Origami update

    Samsung will introduce an upgraded version of its Q1 ultra-mobile PC with extended battery life, HSDPA connectivity and a more powerful processor.

  • News: TDK develops 200GB Blu-ray disc

    In the battle of optical storage formats, Blu-ray Disc has added another weapon: even more storage.

  • News: Sony names product safety chief

    Sony has appointed one of its presidents to oversee product quality and safety, the first time such a high-level member of staff has taken that position at the company.

  • News: Intel may lay off thousands next week

    Intel will announce the results of an internal review of its operations next week that could result in thousands of layoffs at the company, according to published reports.

  • News: Parental controls offered by Microsoft

    Microsoft has opened up testing of a web-based service that allows parents to control what their children do on the internet.

  • News: Hitachi hard disks target DVR market

    Hitachi hopes to win market share from rival Toshiba with three new high-capacity hard drives that will reach the digital video recording and navigation markets in 2007.

  • News: Another Firefox 2.0 beta arrives

    Mozilla has released another test version of Firefox 2.0, which will be the next major version of its popular open-source browser.

  • News: Microsoft Zune will fail, analyst predicts

    An analyst last night labelled Microsoft's Zune music player 'underwhelming', and said it is unlikely to dent Apple's share in the market.

  • News: Microsoft antitrust judgement extended

    The US Department of Justice and Microsoft filed formal paperwork yesterday to extend part of an antitrust judgment against the company for at least two years.

  • News: Vista reliant on 'aggressive' beta testing

    Sven Hallauer, director of release management for Windows Vista, says Microsoft is counting on "aggressive" beta testers to get Windows Vista into the shops in time.

  • News: iPod manufacturer cuts damages claim

    The iPod manufacturer at the heart of a furore over the treatment of workers in China has reduced the damages it is seeking from a pair of journalists accused of defaming the company.

  • News: Cover your online tracks with Browzar

    The latest entrant to the crowded internet browser market is the appropriately named Browzar, a tool specifically designed to protect users' privacy by not retaining details of the websites they've searched.

  • News: Intel to launch vPro desktop bundle

    Intel is set to announce next week that HP and other vendors are ready to ship the chip company's vPro technology bundle in business desktops, according to sources.

  • News: Micron unveils 16Gb memory chip

    Micron is offering a new 16Gb DRAM memory chip, billing it as the densest server-memory module on the market.

  • News: Amazon blows Microsoft's secrets – again

    Windows Vista isn't the only forthcoming Microsoft software for which Amazon has apparently pre-announced availability.

  • News: MTV Networks' broadband push begins

    As young people increasingly tune out television and tune into online video and chat, MTV Networks is hoping to win their attention with a broadband service that appears part MTV, part YouTube and part MySpace.

  • News: 160GB perpendicular HDDs for laptops coming

    Fujitsu will soon bring the benefits of perpendicular recording technology to its family of 2.5in hard-disk drives.

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