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  • News: Nvidia's laptop graphics cards boost web browsing

    Nvidia on Friday announced seven new GeForce 400M series graphics cards for laptops, which could provide parallel-processing capabilities to accelerate Web browsing and 3D image rendering.

  • News: The 7 most dangerous jobs in technology

    You may not think working in technology could be dangerous, but you'd be wrong. Some professions are particularly perilous, and could even involve you risking your own life.

  • News: Six reasons why Flash won't die

    Flash's days on the web could be numbered. At least that's what many industry watchers believe, especially following Apple's well-publicised refusal to allow Adobe's Flash technology to be installed on its iOS mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPad.

  • How-Tos: How to disregard an IE 'false positive'

    QUESTION You've previously recommended Unlocker, but Internet Explorer (IE) 8.0 won't let me download it. I managed to obtain the file using Google Chrome, but Security Essentials then blocked it and said it was a Trojan.

  • News: Huawei and Google launch Android 2.2 smartphone

    Google and Huawei have announced an Android smartphone that runs the Android 2.2 mobile OS. Huawei says the IDEOS phone is the first mass-market handset to be offered with the Android 2.2 OS preinstalled. The Huawei IDEOS will carry a recommended SIM-free price tag of between £99 and £129.

  • News: Virgin opens up on 'typical' broadband speeds

    Virgin Media has published the typical speeds Brits achieve on its 10Mb, 20Mb and 50Mb broadband packages in a bid to help web users choose an net connection that suits them.

  • News: Truphone slashes call charges of VoIP service

    Truphone, the service that allows mobile phone users to get even cheaper calls thanks to Voice over IP (VoIP), has slashed its call charges.

  • News: ASA acts on Twitter advertising

    The U.K.'s advertising regulator will increase its oversight of online marketing, scrutinizing how companies advertise on their own Web sites as well as social sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

  • News: Firms wasting £2,000 through excessive printing

    A quarter of office workers are wasting their employeers more than £2,000 per year by excessive document printing, says 1&1 Internet.

  • News: Archos unveils Android tablets from £99

    Archos has launched five new internet tablets that run Google's Android operating system, with prices starting from £99.

  • News: Nine million Brits have never been online

    More than 9 million UK adults have never used the web, says the Office for National Statistics.

  • News: BT hits 15 million broadband customers mark

    BT has revealed that it now provides 15 million homes and small businesses with broadband connections, via both its own ISP of other ISPs that use its network.

  • News: Google Chrome to use hardware acceleration

    Google will follow the lead of Microsoft and Mozilla by offloading some browser chores to the graphics processor to speed up Chrome, the company said last week.

  • News: Tweetdeck users warned over scam update

    Scammers are trying to take advantage of the fact that many users will soon have to update their version of the TweetDeck Twitter software.

  • News: Cisco bug crashed 1% of internet

    Cisco has fixed a bug in its IOS (Internetwork Operating System) router software that contributed to a brief Internet blackout last week, thought to have affected about 1 percent of the Internet.

  • News: Gmail Priority Inbox tackles email overload

    Google plans to begin rolling out to Gmail users on Tuesday a new feature designed to automatically rearrange messages in their inbox so that the most important and pressing ones appear at the top.

  • News: The 12 biggest technology myths

    As much as we love the internet, there's no doubt it's a breeding ground for mths. And its not only rumours about your favourite celebrities, it also covers the world of technology. Which means consumers are being feed lies, half-truths, and misinformation.

  • News: Google Realtime searches Twitter and Facebook

    Google's real-time search engine, which indexes and serves up status updates, messages and other public content from sites like Twitter and Facebook, now has its own Web address and contains new filtering capabilities.

  • How-Tos: How to get 150,000 Twitter followers

    Despite sharing every banal aspect of my life in mind-numbing detail, I remain some way short of 150,000 Twitter followers. Even the mighty PC Advisor's informative feed remains a little shy. But UK design magazine Creative Review's Twitter feed has hit the magic number, off the back of a print circulation of 20,000 and a website that delivers around 1 million page impressions a month (compare that with PC Advisor's 4 million or so views, and you'll see just how impressive a stat that is).

  • News: Students waste whole day on Facebook, Twitter

    Round the clock access to the internet is seen as an essential for today’s undergraduates, but as a consequence students now have social networking sites to add to the top of the list of study distractions.


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