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  • News: Mozy's move could bring storm to unlimited cloud storage

    Facing consumers with an appetite for cloud storage that has increased 50 percent over the past year, the world's largest consumer online storage provider said it will no longer offer unlimited storage and will increase fees for the limited online storage it's now selling.

  • News: Virgin boosts speed of XL package

    Virgin Media has boosted the speed of its XL package to 'up to' 30Mbps.

  • News: Alleged EU talks could lead to strict punishment for piracy

    The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) has lashed out at the European Commission over allegations that the Commission has been holding 'secret talks' on intellectual property rights with ISPs.

  • News: Google offers voice-tweeting for Egyptians

    SayNow may be better known for helping the Jonas Brothers and the NBA leave short voicemail messages for their fans, but on Monday it found another purpose: helping Egyptians communicate with the rest of the world.

  • News: Address allocation kicks off IPv4 endgame

    The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority has assigned two large blocks of IPv4 addresses to the Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre, activating a rule under which the agency will give out the last of its IPv4 addresses.

  • News: Researchers target 110-fold broadband speed boost

    The days of slow downloads could be over by the end of the decade according to researchers from the University of Southampton and the University of Essex. The scientists are working on a six-year project that, they claimed, that could make broadband internet 100 times faster.

  • News: Egyptians find ways to beat internet lockdown

    "When countries block, we evolve," an activist with the group We Rebuild wrote in a Twitter message Friday.

  • News: 2011: The year of the desktop app store?

    Apple's Mac App Store is only the latest effort to make finding and installing software on your computer as easy as it is on your smartphone

  • News: 4 security and privacy tips for Facebook

    Facebook and other onlined social networks represent the biggest security threats to face web users this year. Here are four tips from two security and privacy advocates on improving the Facebook application development process to ensure the social networker becomes safer for users.

  • News: The 10 best Google Chrome extensions

    With every passing month, Google Chrome is becoming increasingly popular. Fans laud its lean, stripped-down interface, and its fast browsing. They also appreciate the free extensions that give Chrome the ability to do all kinds of nifty things.

  • News: Top 10 web hacking techniques of 2010 revealed

    We look at the 10 worst web hacking techniques that appeared during 2010 to cause havoc.

  • News: 40 search warrants executed as FBI goes after 'Anonymous'

    Police agencies worldwide are turning up the heat on a loosely organized group of WikiLeaks activists. On Thursday U.K. police arrested five people, and U.S. authorities said they'd executed more than 40 search warrants in the U.S. in connection with last month's Web-based attacks against companies that had severed ties with WikiLeaks.

  • Opinion: Is it time to downgrade your broadband?

    Despite more than 40 percent of Brits paying for an “unlimited” broadband package, few people are taking full advantage of the service they're paying for - with just 9 percent downloading between 21GB and 40GB a month.

  • News: Amazon sells more e-books than paperbacks

    During its earnings announcement today, Amazon released some tantalizing tidbits that show just how its book business has evolved in the past year. The company still won't discuss hard and fast numbers for actual Kindle devices sold, or books sold for that matter, but that doesn't make the new information any less noteworthy.

  • News: News Corp's iPad newspaper coming next week

    Apple and News Corp. will launch the latter's The Daily iPad-only newspaper next week in New York, according to invitations sent to members of the press.

  • News: Egypt cuts off internet access

    As protesters continue to clash with police in anti-government demonstrations, Egypt has pulled the plug on the internet.

  • News: Google adds pop-up alerts to Gmail

    People who use Gmail with the Chrome browser can now be notified via desktop pop-up alerts whenever they receive a new e-mail or chat message.

  • News: Sky confirms purchase of The Cloud

    Sky has confirmed it has purchased public Wi-Fi network, The Cloud.

  • News: Facebook denies smartphone rumours (again)

    Facebook has denied rumours that its has joined forces with HTC to launch a handset.

  • News: UK Police arrest five anonymous WikiLeaks defenders

    UK police have arrested three teenagers and two other people for allegedly taking part in a series of denial-of-service attacks against major websites earlier this year as part of the loosely affiliated group 'Anonymous'.


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