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  • News: iTunes TV downloads now possible

    If Apple wishes to make a move to offer films and TV programs through its iTunes service in the UK then the door has been left wide open for it.

  • News: Steganos launches Internet Anonym VPN

    Mobile workers and even private individuals will be able to take advantage of VPN security thanks to a service launched by Steganos.

  • News: Yet another Excel attack posted

    On Tuesday, a hacker published code that takes advantage of an unpatched flaw in the Microsoft spreadsheet software, the third such exploit to be disclosed in the past week.

  • News: Google's toolbar to be spread by Adobe

    Adobe will distribute Google's browser toolbar with some of its products, it announced yesterday.

  • News: Wi-Fi driver used to hack laptop

    A way of seizing control of a laptop by exploiting flawed code in the system's wireless device driver has been discovered by security researchers.

  • News: First HD-DVD recorder hits Japan in July

    Toshiba announced today that it will launch the first HD-DVD recorder in Japan next month.

  • News: Top Microsoft man quits suddenly

    Martin Taylor, best known for his role in leading Microsoft's anti-Linux 'Get the Facts' campaign, has abruptly left the company, Microsoft confirmed yesterday.

  • News: Code to exploit second Excel flaw posted

    A second vulnerability in Excel has been discovered after a hacker posted code on the internet that could be used to exploit it.

  • News: NHS defends modernisation program

    The IT chief of the NHS yesterday acknowledged problems with its ambitious 10-year modernisation project, but cited progress in installing next-generation medical IT systems throughout England.

  • News: Frozen chip runs at 500GHz

    Researchers at IBM have run a silicon-based microprocessor at 500GHz, more than 250 times faster than a typical mobile phone chip.

  • News: Samsung sees strong demand for flat-panel TVs

    Strong demand for slim, big-screen televisions helped in part by this month's World Cup should lead the global flat-panel TV market to greater than anticipated growth this year.

  • News: Microsoft enters the robotics market

    Microsoft released the preview version of a software toolkit for building robot applications today, pledging to ignite the robot market in the same way it did the PC market some 20 years ago.

  • News: Broadband operator Be bought by O2

    O2 became the third UK mobile operator in the last month to branch out into fixed-line broadband services, with an announcement today that it has bought broadband operator Be.

  • News: Windows Live Messenger rolls out

    Windows Live Messenger, the next-generation version of Microsoft's instant-messaging service for consumers, is available to download.

  • News: Chinese film industry suffers from piracy

    Sixty-one percent of film producers, exhibitors and distributors surveyed in China believe that piracy will increase, according to a study announced by the Motion Picture Association yesterday.

  • News: Protect yourself from the Excel bug

    Microsoft yesterday offered users advice on how to protect themselves from the critical bug in Excel.

  • News: Origami feedback mixed, says Samsung

    Citing a mixture of reactions from customers who bought its Q1 device, Samsung has said that the pre-launch teaser campaign run by Microsoft about the Origami project may have been misleading.

  • News: Tough network challenges tackled by Fifa

    Fans of the Olympics might argue that the football World Cup is not the single biggest sporting event in the world. Even more contentious is the assertion that the tournament is the home to the world's biggest communications network for a single event.

  • News: Clever ideas accompany clever players

    Germany is using the World Cup games to show that the country hasn't only produced some great players such as the iconic Franz Beckenbauer, but also some brilliant minds including Albert Einstein.

  • News: Opinion: Computex highlights digital evolution

    The Computex show in Taipei used a lot of scantily clad young women as well as pen, mouse-pad, and mini-football giveaways to hype what amounted to incremental improvements in a range of digital devices.



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