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  • News: 7m Brits illegally download

    Around 7m Brits are using a file-sharing network once a week to illegally download music files, says the Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property (SABIP).

  • News: Yahoo 360 to close in July

    Yahoo will close its Yahoo 360 social-networking site in July, something it originally planned to do in early 2008 and later delayed to last year's second half.

  • Opinion: Google Wave: selective sharing on social networks

    When Google Wave was unveiled, it was described it as a marriage of email and instant messaging. But to me it looks more like the kind of social network that I'd really like: one where I can exactly target the people with whom I want to share a comment, photo or video.

  • Opinion: Microsoft Bing: close but no cigar

    Analysts have given a mixed response to Microsoft's new search engine, Bing. They say Microsoft Bing will help the company gain some search share against Google and has features that users will find helpful, but is in no way a quick fix for Microsoft's poor position in the search market.

  • Opinion: Twitter fans raise $850k for heart transplant

    It's easy to mock the banality and self-regard of the average Twitter user (and fun, too), but the Twitterati can be surprisingly altruistic when the occasion calls for it. And when there's a celebrity or two involved.

  • News: ITV gives FA Cup final the Twitter treatment

    ITV is jumping on the Twitter bandwagon with a ‘unique experiment' to put football fans see tweets about tomorrow's FA Cup final on its website as the match progresses.

  • News: Google Book service faces EU probe

    Google's plans to make the content of millions of books available online are to be investigated by the EU over fears that the service may affect US authors' rights in Europe.

  • News: What is Google Wave?

    Google is releasing to developers an early version of Google Wave - a collaboration and communication tool that consolidates features from email, instant messaging, blogging, wikis, multimedia management and document sharing.

  • News: Mobile web usage grows 50%, pages up 114%

    Mobile web usage in the United Kingdom has more than doubled in the past year, with unique-user growth rising by nearly 50 percent, according to a new report.

  • News: Time Warner dumps failing AOL

    Time Warner is dumping AOL, its struggling Internet subsidiary, by spinning it off as a publicly traded company.

  • News: Microsoft Bing search engine is official

    Steve Ballmer has officially unveiled Microsoft's next-generation search service - Microsoft Bing

  • News: Spotify demos mobile phone app

    Swedish internet radio service Spotify has demonstrated a mobile app that allows the service to be used on mobile phones. The company chose a handset running Google's open-source platform Android to demonstrate the app.

  • How-Tos: How to email and browse the web offline

    Email is up there with mobile phone coverage and broadband web access – it’s now so pervasive that most of us take it for granted. We experience a mixture of bemusement, stupification and perhaps even a touch of relief when we’re cut off from our inboxes. But things needn't be this way.

  • News: Lexmark calculates environmental cost of printing

    Lexmark has launched a new tool that will help consumers work out the effect their printing habits are having on the environment.

  • News: iPhone accounts for 43% of mobile web traffic

    Over 40 percent of mobile web traffic comes from Apple iPhone users, says AdMob.

  • News: Virgin Media named best mobile broadband provider

    Virgin Media has been named the best mobile broadband provider by Broadband Genie.

  • News: Microsoft Kumo search launching today

    The release of the WolframAlpha fact engine last week and the expected unveiling of Microsoft's new Kumo search engine today are creating some unease for long-time search champ Google

  • News: Google admits 'beta' strategy deters customers

    Google may be ready to remove the 'beta' tag from some of its online applications in a move to widen their appeal among paying business customers, company officials suggested yesterday.

  • Opinion: No broadband? Support the digital TV switchover

    We live in a country where 65 percent of people are unaware about the ongoing digital TV switchover (aka: analogue TV switch off), and 3 million households can't get 2Mbps broadband - the Government's stipulated minimum internet connection.

  • News: Can technology help you get fit?

    A research project into whether technology such as Facebook and mobile phones can encourage consumers to lead healthier lives has been launched.

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