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  • News: UK government offers advice on Twitter

    UK government officials are encouraging departments and employees to fire up their computers and get Twittering.

  • Datawind PocketSurfer 3

    The PocketSurfer 3 is a pretty curious device with a fairly unassuming appearance but it's actually a very compelling value proposition.

  • News: More than 90% of email now spam

    Spam now constitutes 92 percent of all email, according to McAfee's "Threat Reports Second Quarter 2009". Spam-fighting firm MX Logic, sees that figure as even higher: a whopping 94.6 percent of all email sent.

  • News: O2 slashes pre-pay mobile broadband by half

    O2 has drastically cut the price of its pre-pay mobile broadband dongle by half.

  • Video: Microsoft rushes to fix IE kill-bit bypass attack

    Microsoft has been forced to issue emergency patches for Windowsafter researchers discovered a way to bypass a critical security mechanism in Internet Explorer

  • News: Lobby groups say EU e-commerce rules unclear

    A revision to the rules governing online sales in Europe risks sparking a wave of litigation between e-commerce companies like eBay and the makers of luxury goods, a Brussels-based lobbyist said today.

  • News: Firefox 4 screenshots released by Mozilla

    Just days after releasing some proposed interface changes to Firefox 3.7, Mozilla Foundation has put up a page to explore interface changes in Firefox 4.0.

  • Opinion: Broadband speed bores again

    Every few weeks the media awakes to the fact that broadband speeds don't always (ok, never) match up to the claims made by the telecoms suppliers.

  • News: Broadband speeds 50% slower than promised

    More than 50 percent of ADSL broadband users in the UK can only achieve half the download speeds promoted in ISPs' 'up to 8Mbps' adverts, a new Ofcom study shows

  • News: O2 free Twitter updates live early

    O2, Apple's exclusive carrier for the iPhone, has teamed up with Twitter to make its users tweets mobile.

  • News: Opera: Microsoft should offer 'ballot screen' worldwide

    Opera Software, the web browser manufacturer which sparked the EU's antitrust investigation against Microsoft, has revealed it wants the firm to offer its browser 'ballot screen' to web users worldwide.

  • News: 33% offended by language in work emails

    A third of UK workers have admitted to becoming offended or upset after misinterpreting tone or language used in an email received from colleagues, says GMX.

  • News: Brits won't use firms involved in security breaches

    Almost half of Brits claim they wouldn't purchase good or services from a company that had suffered a security breach, says SafeNet UK.

  • News: Apple bundling extra content with digital albums

    Apple is hoping to increase digital album sales by working with the four major record labels to bundle extra content with tracks.

  • News: Karoo u-turn over internet piracy policy

    Karoo, the Hull-based ISP that was suspending the accounts of web users caught illegally file-sharing, has changed its policy tackling internet piracy.

  • News: Spotify iPhone app to appear this week?

    Swedish music streaming service Spotify could be making an app for Apple iPhones available this week.

  • News: Microsoft's EU offer gets cautious welcome

    Microsoft's offer to settle its outstanding antitrust issues with Europe's top antitrust regulator was given a cautious welcome by the company's principal antagonist Friday.

  • News: Google's five worst attacks on Microsoft

    There's no doubt that Google is on a quest for world domination, but all of its endeavours seem to be aimed at trouncing Microsoft. It started off in the search engine market, then Google moved into the world of web browsers challenging Microsoft's Internet Explorer with Chrome. Now, its latest project - the Chrome Operating System - is designed to rival Windows.

  • News: The top five iPhone 3GS apps

    Apple's latest software for the iPhone - iPhone OS 3.0, has added a wealth of new capabilities to the smartphone. Among them push notifications and MMS support.

  • News: Twitter security threats explained

    While Twitter can be good for keeping up-to-date on the activities of your pals and colleagues, the micro-blogging service took on a whole new twist in June this year, as tweets from the streets of Tehran flooded Twitter. Frequent Twitter users-and people who hadn't even heard of the microblogging service-were suddenly and simultaneously witnessing its potential.

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