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  • How-Tos: How to get the latest beta of Firefox 4

    The latest Firefox 4 Beta is ready to test, according to a Friday post on The Mozilla Blog. Key features of the new release include speedier start-up, better bookmarking, and smoother rendering of complex animations. You can download the beta here.

  • How-Tos: How to clean up your online reputation

    A good reputation - online and offline - is clearly key to your success. We look at how to clean up your online reputation and whether to hire the pros, or simply do-it-yourself.

  • News: What is Facebook Messages?

    Back in November 2010, Facebook announced plans for a 'social inbox' – a place that would serve as a hub for all communications that people use online or via mobile phones, ranging from text messages and chat messages to email messages, too. As Facebook begins releasing Message to more and more users, we take a look at what you need to know before you use the service.

  • How-Tos: How to use technology to get fit and socialise

    Moving beyond stats and graphs, a new set of gadgets, games, and apps add community and entertainment to exercise.

  • News: 10 tips: how to get online, anywhere

    If you're a regular when it comes to working on the go, then you'll probably have experienced the frustration when it's impossible to find an internet connection, whether it's through a 3G dongle, or even your smartphone. Here are 10 road-tested tips for getting your work done by any internet connection necessary.

  • News: The Top 10 Tech Scares of the Decade

    The dawn of the new millennium prompted fears about the future, but so far reality has not quite matched the predictions of catastrophe.Here's a look back at the past decade, and ten of the most terrifying tech scares.

  • News: Windows on verge of dipping below 90% share

    Windows is on the verge of dropping below 90 percent market share, with smartphones and tablets posing an increasingly serious threat to Microsoft's dominance of the operating system market.

  • News: Man 'stole nude photos from women's email'

    A California man has pleaded guilty to charges that he broke into the email accounts of thousands of women, scouring them for nude photos that he then posted to the internet.

  • News: Analysis: Who'd want to buy MySpace?

    Myspace's CEO, Mike Jones (not the rapper) has confirmed he's ready to sell the company if the right offer comes along. The news broke in a report published by Bloomberg and follows web-wide rumours of a sale that have been building all week.

  • News: Parental control software fails on Web 2.0 sites

    A survey by the European Commission has found that parental control programs aimed at keeping children safe online do not function well with Web 2.0 sites, smartphones or games consoles.

  • News: Poll: 30% dissatisfied by online Xmas shopping

    In a PC Advisor poll of 1,622 visitors to the site, 30.9 percent of respondents said they were not satisfied by their online Christmas shopping experience, because the deliveries were late.

  • News: Google pays record bounty for Chrome bug

    Google has patched 16 vulnerabilities in Chrome, including one that netted the researcher who reported it a record $3,133.

  • News: Over 40 market towns to get super-fast broadband

    BT has published a list of over 40 market towns that will be offered super-fast broadband next year.

  • News: News Corp considering options for MySpace

    News Corp, which owns MySpace, has revealed it is considering a sale, merger or even spinoff of the social network.

  • News: Facebook, Google, Yahoo commit to 'World IPv6 Day'

    Several of the internet's most popular websites - including Facebook, Google and Yahoo - have agreed to participate in the first global-scale trial of IPv6, the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol known as IPv4.

  • News: Child porn blocking won't work, say Euro ISPs

    The EU's attempts to get all member states to block porn at ISP level would do little to stop the problem, SAYS the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA).

  • News: Websites object to digital piracy label

    Owners of three websites said to be involved in digital piracy in a new paper have objected to the label, saying they provide legitimate and legal services.

  • News: T-Mobile: 'data cap applies only to new customers'

    After this week angering customers by slashing smartphone data limits, T-Mobile today backed off saying the lower limit of 500MB per month will apply only to new mobile phone customers and those who upgrade. There's still no word as to what action will be taken when those users break the 500MB cap.

  • News: Mobile broadband subscriptions to hit a billion this year

    The number of mobile broadband subscriptions worldwide looks set to hit one billion this year, says Ericsson.

  • News: Hoax smartphone apps: a security headache in 2011

    Hoax smartphone apps that masquerade as a game or app but actually steal personal information from the handset such as passwords and logins will be one of four internet scams causing problems for Brits in 2011, says Knowthenet.org.uk.

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