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  • News: Analysis: what 2009 holds for spam email

    When it comes to the web, there's no single bigger annoyance than spam. Experts are warning that levels and the ways spam is distributed will rise in 2009. We talk to experts SPAMfighters to find out how to protect yourself.

  • News: 13 new technologies coming to your PC

    Ultra-small PCs that fit on a single chip. Batteries that recharge without cables. TVs that respond to your every gesture. These and other developing technologies will fundamentally change the way you think about and use your computer. PC Advisor looks at the technology of tomorrow.

  • News: 7 technology predictions that never happened

    When it comes to predicting the future, sometimes tech aficionados get it wrong. Here's our round-up of the 7 worst tech predictions of the past 65 years.

  • News: iPhone, netbooks massive boost to Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi may not be cutting-edge technology anymore, but iPhones, netbooks and other portable devices will put it in many more consumers' hands this year, according to figures released Thursday by the Wi-Fi Alliance and research company In-Stat.

  • Opinion: What's your favourite web forum?

    PC Advisor is looking for your recommendations of forums (or, for the Latin scholars among us, fora).

  • News: Amazon phishing warning

    Amazon customers are being targeted by cyber criminals, with a new wave of email phishing attacks aimed at stealing their account details.

  • News: Terrorists recruit using social networks

    Researchers have warned that Al Qaeda is targeting online forums in a bid recruit new members to their terrorist mission.

  • News: ITV Player comes to Virgin TV customers

    ITV is following in the footsteps of the BBC iPlayer by making content from its catch-up service ITV Player available to Virgin Media digital TV customers.

  • News: Average UK broadband speed is 3.6Mbps

    The average broadband speed in the UK is 3.6Mbps, says Ofcom.

  • News: Beatles podcast pulled after two days

    Norwegian broadcasting corporation NRK has stopped offering downloadable podcasts of songs by the Beatles, because of a licensing issue.

  • News: Facebook reaches 150m member milestone

    Despite a predictions that web users were beginning to tire of social networks, it appears Facebook's popularity is continuing to rise. The social networking site has just reached the 150 million member mark.

  • News: Yahoo & Intel help enable MySpace TV

    MySpace users will be able to exchange messages with friends on their TVs while watching shows, thanks to a social-networking application for TVs jointly launched by MySpace, Intel and Yahoo on Wednesday.

  • Opinion: Model takes legal action over Google blog slur

    A model who once graced the cover of style-bible Vogue is taking legal action against Google after a blogger labelled her a 'skank' and a 'ho'.

  • News: T-Mobile G1 gets YouTube channel

    T-Mobile has launched a YouTube channel dedicated to the G1 - the first mobile phone to use Google's Android software platform.

  • News: Phorm 'looks at bribing UK internet users'

    Controversial online advertising company Phorm is reported to be considering bribing users to sign up to its intrusive ad targeting technology.

  • News: AOL launches two new iPhone apps

    AOL has launched two new apps for Apple's iPhone that will allow users to listen to more than 26,000 internet radio stations and hold instant messaging conversations from their handsets.

  • News: Hoax emails offer tax rebate

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been the victim of a phishing scam, says Websense.

  • News: Google comes third on Top 10 spam list

    Google is number three in a list of web service providers responsible for spam, says Spamhaus.

  • News: DRM-free iTunes music now available

    Apple has announced three significant changes to its iTunes Store at Macworld Expo, but the first is undoubtedly the biggest news: the music and video download service, which features more than 10 million songs, is finally going Digital Rights Management (DRM)-free.

  • News: Obama and Britney hit by Twitter hack

    Hackers have taken control of a number of celebrity Twitter accounts, including those belonging to US president-elect Barack Obama and troubled pop princess Britney Spears, says Sophos.



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