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  • News: Most IT managers plan to adopt cloud storage

    Fifty-seven percent of CIOs and storage administrators plan to adopt cloud storage -- first for email, then front office applications and finally for backup data -- according to a survey released this week.

  • News: 10 Must-Have Downloads for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

    Your favorite social network--whether it's Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or something else--is probably pretty capable on its own. After all, you likely spend plenty of time there already. But with the right app or add-on, your go-to social networks can become even better. Here are several apps, both desktop- and cloud-based, that will allow you to get more out of Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter. They'll help you save time, share more content, and connect with new people in new ways.

  • News: The five best free security software utilities

    We've got five of the best security utilities that'll help keep you safe when using your machine. And even better... they're free!

  • News: BT 'upgrading copper network to offer 20Mbps'

    BT has revealed it plans to upgrade the UK's existing copper network so it can offer speeds of up to 20Mbps to 80 percent of the country by the end of 2011.

  • News: AVG launches LiveKive online backup service

    AVG has made its online back-up service available to all web users.

  • News: Symantec: 2010 saw three million malware attacks

    More than three million malware attacks were reported in 2010, says Symantec.

  • News: About 50 clients hit by Epsilon e-mail marketing breach

    Epsilon Interactive says that about 50 customers were affected in security breach

  • News: Google bids $900M for Nortel patent portfolio

    Google is bidding US$900 million in cash for thousands of patents that Nortel will auction off as part of its bankruptcy proceedings, the companies said Monday.

  • News: The top 10 news websites

    The web is an unmatched resource for keeping up with the latest breaking developments. Here PC Advisor readers recommend their favourite news websites.

  • Feature: 10 cool apps for Android Honeycomb tablets

    Android Honeycomb opens up a wild new world, which is poised to explode over the next few months. Here are some of the latest and greatest Honeycomb creations - some already available, and some set to launch soon.

  • News: What Microsoft's IE9 Moves Mean For You

    Microsoft's Internet Explorer has created some ripples in the browser sector lately, which could have implications regardless of whether you are in the Microsoft Internet Explorer camp. Microsoft said last week it would not make Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) compatible with Windows XP.

  • News: Top 10 Google Accomplishments Under Eric Schmidt

    After nearly 10 years as Google's chief executive, Eric Schmidt hands the job over to cofounder Larry Page on Monday. Schmidt will continue to serve as executive chairman and an advisor to the company, and will handle matters such as business deals and government outreach. A decade is an eternity in the Internet age, so it's no surprise that Google has done lots of big things with Schmidt at the helm. Here are Google's ten biggest accomplishments under Eric Schmidt.

  • News: IEEE hopes to drive cloud computing standards

    Standards organization IEEE has decided to get involved in cloud computing, starting with two development projects related to cloud interoperability, it said on Monday.

  • Tip and Tilt Wi-Fi Radio

    If you like your audio entertainment portable (which we do), web-connected and completely straightforward, the Tip and Tilt Wi-Fi Radio could well grab you.

  • News: 10% of US children 'victims of ID theft'

    Identity theft has saddled thousands of children with debt, sometimes for years before they ever discover their personal information has been stolen, according to a study.

  • News: Cosmetics firm warns customers of security breach

    Cult make-up brand Benefit has revealed some of its customer names and email addresses may have been compromised following a security breach.

  • News: Microsoft stands by move to ban IE9 from XP

    Internet Explorer again lost ground to Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome last month, but Microsoft stands behind its decision to limit IE9 to users running Vista and Windows 7.

  • How-Tos: How to remove troublesome Internet Explorer add-ons

    QUESTION My Windows XP PC is experiencing problems with Internet Explorer 8.0 add-ons. Microsoft’s Mats Run program shows that the browser is running 36 add-ons. I don’t recognise most of these items and would like to remove them, but they aren’t listed in Manage add-ons. Can you help?

  • How-Tos: How to stop Windows Mail asking you to compress the database

    A message appears on startup and on closing down Windows Mail that reports: ‘Windows Mail can compress the message store. This may take up to a few minutes’. It’s becoming annoying. Could you help me get rid of it please?

  • Feature: How to beat internet distraction disorder

    The digital revolution has created an unexpected challenge: how do you get work done when a world of amusements is always just a click away?


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