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  • News: Firefox could stop web attacks

    Mozilla has unveiled a new technology that will help Firefox stop web-based security attacks.

  • News: Phishers steal thousands of Hotmail passwords

    Microsoft has confirmed that thousands of Windows Live Hotmail account usernames and passwords have leaked to the internet

  • News: England match to use 1GB of your download limit

    England's World Cup qualifier match against the Ukraine, which will take place this weekend, will be broadcast over the internet.

  • News: Brits spend 30 hours a week online

    On average Brits spend around 30 hours a week online, says USwitch.

  • News: Amazon forks out $150,000 in 1984 lawsuit

    Amazon has agreed to fork out $150,000 settlement after two US students took legal action when electronic copies of George Orwell's novel, 1984 were deleted from their Kindle devices in mid-July.

  • News: Fake antivirus software harming legitimate products

    The increase in fake antivirus software on the web could see signatured-based detection software become less effective, says the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).

  • News: Google blocks The Pirate Bay by mistake

    File-sharing site The Pirate Bay is once again in the crosshairs of copyright owners. Google has removed the site's home page from its search results in response to a complaint it received under the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act. oogle has now issued a statement declaring that The Pirate Bay should never have been blocked and a spokesperson explained to CNet News that the whole episode was a regrettable mistake. "Google received a letter which erroneously listed Thepiratebay.org and that is why the address was removed from Google's search index," the firm explained. The search engine giant initially referred to its decision to US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) passed in 1998 but later explained that an internal error was to blame.

  • News: Microsoft Bing loses market share for first time

    After gaining market share every month since its June unveiling, Microsoft's Bing search engine slipped a bit last month for the first time.

  • News: iTunes syncing re-enabled on Palm Pre

    Palm Saturday re-enabled synchronization through Apple's iTunes for owners of its Pre smartphone, ignoring warnings from a standards group last month.

  • News: The 13 best new software apps from Demo

    We've rounded up the 13 hottest new products from this year's DEMO conference - known as the launchpad for emerging technology.

  • News: Analysis: is WiMax dead in the water?

    WiMax is finally making wide-area wireless broadband a reality in many US cities - but another technology is fast encroaching. We find out whether WiMax has missed the boat.

  • Opinion: Bing vs Google: is Microsoft losing its grip?

    Don't look now, but Microsoft's search engine may be starting to lose its momentum. Following a few months of modest growth, the search engine formerly known as Live seems to be reverting toward its pre-Bing levels.

  • Medion Akoya E3211 13in laptop

    Medion has launched the Akoya E3211 - a 13in laptop with a CULV processor to ensure a lengthy battery life.

  • News: High Court serves injunction over Twitter

    - For the first time, a U.K. court delivered an injunction over Twitter on Thursday, a groundbreaking embrace of technology by a traditionally slow-moving legal system.

  • News: IBM webmail targets Google Apps

    IBM has launched LotusLive iNotes, an on-demand e-mail, calendaring and contact management system meant to compete with the likes of Gmail and Microsoft Exchange, the company said Friday.

  • News: Web gurus reveal how to attract & keep users

    Anyone who is building a Web-based community, whether it be a social network or other application, faces the same initial hurdle as sites such as Digg did: getting those first few regular users can be quite difficult.

  • News: New Google side panel filters search results

    Google is adding new functionality to a side panel that could provide quicker access to relevant search results, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: Broadband Survey 2009: 14 best UK ISPs

    Frustrating at times but impossible to live without, web access is too vital to settle for sub-standard service. PC Advisor analyses what 6,500 of you had to say about your broadband experiences, which ISPs are best, and how to get a cheaper deal

  • Opinion: Google Wave: Holy Grail or another disappointment?

    Google Wave is another grab for the Holy Grail of collaborative computing. But will it be more successful than previous attempts?

  • News: Anti-video-game crusader sues Facebook for $40m

    A long-time critic of the video game industry has sued Facebook for US$40 million, saying that the social networking site harmed him by not removing angry postings made by Facebook gamers.



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