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  • News: Adobe Illustrator gets HTML5 controls

    A new expansion pack to Adobe Illustrator allows designers to build one interface for multiple Web and print platforms

  • News: How do we solve the digital archiving problem?

    When it comes to digital data, we're churning out more than ever but as new storage mediums and file format emerge, making others obsolete, it becomes harder to access data we have previously archived.

  • News: The 11 most annoying web apps

    The web is awash with applications and downloads, many of them free. However, not all of them are useful.

  • News: The 6 best Wi-Fi downloads for Windows

    Whether you're at home, in the office or on the go, you probably have at one time or another, connected to the web via a Wi-Fi network.

  • News: Ofcom to make it easier to switch ISPs

    Web users will find it easier to switch between broadband providers under new proposals from Ofcom.

  • News: 17% of web users have been 'ripped off' online

    Nearly one in five (17 percent) web users admitted they have been 'ripped off' online, says 192.com.

  • How-Tos: How to build a better wireless network

    More and more iPhones, iPads, BlackBerries, Droids, netbooks and even game consoles began appearing on Bryant & Stratton College's campuses--and CIO Ernest Lehman worried they'd lead to big trouble.

  • News: Google Instant: Pros and Cons

    While Google is hyping Google Instant as the greatest thing since sliced bread, some see it as bad direction for the search behemoth. They argue Google should be focused on better search results, not gimmicks. Of course there are the believers who see Google Instant as a major advance in search technology saving time and helping you winnow your search without ever hitting the Enter key.

  • News: 'Here you have' email worm spreads quickly

    Security experts warned Thursday of a fast-spreading e-mail worm, the first large outbreak of this type in nearly a decade.

  • News: eBay claims win in 2008 Craigslist suit

    A Delaware court has ruled in favor of eBay in its 2008 lawsuit against Jim Buckmaster and Craig Newmark, majority shareholders of Craigslist, eBay said Thursday.

  • How-Tos: How to get 100Mb broadband

    Superfast broadband is nearly here, but will it be available to everyone, and will subscription costs create a nation of web haves and have-nots? PC Advisor investigates.

  • How-Tos: How to fix a Yahoo Mail script error

    I access my Yahoo Mail account via a dialup internet connection on my Windows XP computer. When I try to log into the webmail interface, IE reports script errors '871' and '865' on the page. These errors started to appear after I upgraded from IE 7.0 to Internet Explorer 8.0. I have since reverted to the earlier browser, but the error messages still appear. Is IE 8.0 safe to use??

  • News: Apple, Google & others are logging wireless data

    Four months ago, amidst a backlash from government regulators and privacy advocates, Google stopped collecting Wi-Fi data with its Street View cars. But that doesn't mean Google has stopped collecting wireless data altogether, and neither have other companies such as Apple.

  • News: Google Instant could be killer mobile app

    Google officially introduced its new 'Instant' search for desktop search at an event yesterday in San Francisco, and promised that the service will become available on mobile devices.

  • News: Parliamentarians criticise anti-piracy deal

    The proposed multilateral Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) has hit a stumbling block over the liability of ISPs in allowing customers access to peer-to-peer file-sharing sites and the inclusion of geographic indicators.

  • News: Google Instant brings faster results

    Google now refreshes search results while people type queries, which could usher in major changes for end users, advertisers and publishers

  • News: Opera Mini 5.1 launched for Windows Mobile

    Opera has made its Opera Mini 5.1 mobile browser available for Windows Mobile handsets.

  • News: BBC iPlayer could hog 630MB bandwidth per user

    License payers love the BBC’s iPlayer, the new version of which is formally launched today. Network admins, however, are being warned to beware of its ability to eat bandwidth at a fearsome rate.

  • Opinion: Final Third is absurd

    Seven years ago this month, for the 100th issue of PC Advisor, we reflected on the technologies and products that had been launched within the life of the magazine. We each made a case for the one we thought had had the biggest impact. Digital photography was – and probably remains – my favourite, but the most disruptive technology was, of course, broadband. So vital has the web become to our everyday lives that lack of connectivity significantly affects our ability to get things done.

  • News: Poll: 60 percent of web users visit social networks

    More than six out of ten web users (61.1 percent) visit social networks, according to a PC Advisor survey.



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