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  • News: Google improves Google Web Elements

    Google last week expanded its Google Web Elements mechanism for embedding Google products onto a website. According to the Google Code Blog, the software giant added three Web Elements and made other enhancements.

  • News: The 10 biggest technology stories of 2009

    The recession was the biggest news of 2009, but as far as technology was concerned there was a number of stories that hit the headlines, many with a much happier note. From Twitter to Windows 7, we've put together a list of this year's biggest tech stories.

  • News: Facebook tweaks new privacy settings

    Facebook is rolling out a new option that allows social networkers to protect their Friends List from viewing or searching, following critisim of its new privacy settings.

  • News: Mozilla tells users to dump Google for Bing

    Mozilla is recommending Micrsoft's Bing to web users that want to search the internet, after Google's CEO downplayed consumers' privacy concerns.

  • Opinion: Facebook's privacy settings still aren't right

    Facebook's new privacy controls remain a work in progress a full 24 hours after release and months after they were announced. Responding to criticism over making its users' Friends Lists public, Facebook is rolling out a new option that allows users to protect their Friends List from viewing or searching.

  • News: Text and Twitter killing Christmas cards

    Nearly a third (29 percent) of Brits will use text messages, social networks or other online services to send a festive message rather than a Christmas card, says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • News: 5 things to know about Facebook's new privacy settings

    Facebook has begun rolling out its new privacy settings to all of its 350 million users. If you haven't seen it already, you will soon have to go through a wizard that will guide you through the process of confirming your privacy settings.

  • News: Google results display Twitter posts

    Google has revealed that relevant Twitter posts will now be displayed alongside search reuslts.

  • News: 'Free laptop' deals surge in run-up to Christmas

    Sales of 'free laptop' deals that bundle a mobile broadband dongle with a laptop have surged in the run up to Christmas, says Broadband Expert

  • Opinion: Google: killing the internet?

    To many people Google is the web: the only search engine worth using that they've ever known. And in line with the 'Don't Be Evil' motto, this has tended been a good thing. (You at the back: note the past tense.) 

  • News: Hackers use Christmas video to spread Koobface virus

    Hackers are exploiting social networkers in the run up to the Christmas holiday, with a new variant of the Koobface virus, says Panda Security.

  • News: Personal details of university employees leaked online

    Personal data belonging to 24,000 employees of the University of Notre Dame in the US have been publicly available on the web for the past three years, it has been revealed.

  • News: Google increases lead of search market

    Despite Microsft Bing's assult on the search market, Google remains top, says Hitwise.

  • News: Facebook privacy changes rolled out

    Following through on plans announced a few months ago, Facebook is rolling out changes on Wednesday to its privacy settings intended to make them simpler to adjust and understand by its 350 million end users.

  • News: Broadband tax confirmed in Pre-Budget Report

    A broadband tax, which will see Brits with a telephone line having to fork out £6 a year, was confirmed today by Chancellor Alistair Darling in the Pre-Budget Report.

  • News: Cyber Monday nets £33m online in one hour

    This Monday - the first Monday in December - has been dubbed Cyber Monday after it was revealed as the busiest day for online retailers so far this year.

  • News: Google Living Stories: the future of online news?

    Google has teamed up with the The New York Times and the Washington Post to develop a new online tool that's designed to prioritise articles on major news stories as they develop

  • News: Facebook denies installing panic button

    Facebook has denied it will be installing 'panic buttons' on the site for social networkers to report inappropriate behaviour.

  • News: Microsoft and BT join cloud-computing group

    Microsoft, Cisco, IBM and others have joined forces to form the Enterprise Cloud Buyers Council, a cloud-computing group that hopes to remove barriers to enterprise use of hosted cloud computing.

  • News: Google Apps gets forums, mailing lists

    The Google Apps hosted communication and collaboration suite is gaining a new component: discussion forums with mailing lists. This will join the other features of Google Apps: email, calendar, office productivity applications and a wiki-based website builder, among other applications.

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