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  • News: Microsoft Live Search soon to become 'Kumo'

    Microsoft has confirmed it is testing a new search engine called Kumo, based on technology from its Powerset acquisition, that is likely to be an early version of a soon-to-be-rebranded Live Search product.

  • News: Friends Reunited reinvigorated?

    Social networking site Friends Reunited - recently dumped by ITV.com - is defying all expectations to become one of the top web destinations in the UK.

  • News: Outrage as BT customers locked in for another year

    BT customers may find themselves tied to their broadband package for a further year, unless they notify the ISP immediately.

  • News: Nokia Comes with Music to go DRM-free

    Nokia has revealed it may consider following in the footsteps of Apple and remove the digital right management (DRM) from the music tracks available through its Comes with Music service.

  • News: Facebook hit by five security threats in one week

    Facebook has been the victim of five different security problems in the past week, says Trend Micro.

  • News: One in three kids have experienced cyberbullying

    One third of kids have been the victim of cyberbullying, saysanti-bullying charity Beatbullying.

  • News: Pirate Bay Owners face prison sentence

    The four owners of Swedish BiTorrent search engine the Pirate Bay could face up to a year in prison.

  • News: Ofcom gives green light to 100Mbps broadband

    Ofcom has given officially given the go-head for the construction of a super-fast broadband network in the UK, which could offer speeds of up to 100Mbps.

  • News: Safari users drop for first time in 3 months

    Apple's Safari browser lost 0.3 percent of its users in February, says Net Applications.

  • News: Symantec Project Guru offers remote support

    At this week's Demo conference in California, Symantec will show off a new troubleshooting service which will allow computer savvy tech gurus to invite people to join their Guru network, where they can remotely troubleshoot and repair PCs.

  • News: Smartphone users only download 5 apps

    Smartphone users, including Apple iPhone owners, generally download five software applications each, according to market researcher InStat.

  • News: 47% of Brits want online complaint facility

    Nearly half of all Brits want to complain to online retailer through their website, says 1&1 Internet.

  • News: O2 & Orange angry at Nokia N97/Skype tie-up

    Mobile operators O2 and Orange are considering refusing to offer Nokia's N97 handset unless the phone manufacturer removes Skype software, which comes installed on the phone.

  • Video: CeBIT 2009 preview

    Preparation for the opening of Cebit was well underway on Sunday, a couple of days before the doors officially open.

  • News: 5 ways to speed up online gaming

    If there's one thing we hate about online gaming, its lag. We're tired of pulling a trigger in Call of Duty:World at War, and then watching the gun fire five seconds later? Likewise, we hate it when adrenaline-fueled matches in Halo 3 play out like slide-shows?

  • News: Readers' Choice: Top 10 video websites

    With the wealth of good-quality, free video content available on the web, the only difficulty is deciding what to watch and where. PC Advisor readers recommend the finest online clip joints for music videos, TV episodes, films, humour, gaming, nature and more

  • News: Five Facebook scams & how to avoid them

    Beny Rubinstein knows computer security. An employee of a Seattle-area tech giant with 20 years of IT experience under his belt, Rubinstein has seen a side of the industry that most people will never know. He holds a degree in computer engineering, and--oh yeah--he just got scammed out of $1100 on Facebook.

  • News: 13 ways to improve your online reputation

    There's no doubt that social networking sites such as Facebook are fun, but do you exercise caution before you post? More than likely you don't. However, you could be damaging your career and your online reputation when you post risqué content.

  • News: Hoax Facebook apps on the increase

    Facebook users are being urged to be wary of third-party apps after it was revealed hackers have launched another hoax app designed to steal social networker's login details, says Sophos.

  • News: Facebook listens to user feedback on policy

    Following the controversy Facebook caused when it changed its Terms of Service earlier this month, the social network has revealed it is planning to bring users into its policy discussions.



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