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  • News: Nokia unveils N97 Mini with Lifecasting

    Nokia has unveiled a smaller version of its successful N97 mobile phone that allows users to publish their location and status updates direct from the phone to their Facebook page.

  • News: Tutorial: Build your own website

    Creating a website used to be a pretty scary task, only to be approached by those with an in-depth knowledge of HTML and a creative mind. These days, a number of companies offer online services that help you to easily design and produce your own website, and many will even host it for you, too. Here, we demonstrate the process using Moonfruit.

  • How-Tos: How to secure your PC for free

    Although you can never eradicate the threat of malware when probing the web's dark recesses, slapping on as many layers of security as possible will make you less of a target. Here, we show you how to pile on the protection for free.

  • News: Be Broadband offers 'Geeks on Wheels' IT support

    BE Broadband has joined forces with Geeks-on-Wheels to offer the ISP's customers based in London and the home counties on-site IT support.

  • News: Overloaded servers knock Gmail offline

    A worldwide outage of Google's Gmail online e-mail system on Tuesday was caused by a traffic jam on its servers, according to Google's official Gmail blog.

  • Opinion: Liskula Cohen, and why web anonymity matters

    Over the last few weeks I've spent probably too much time thinking and writing about the Liskula Cohen libel case. It concerns one of my favourite topics: Internet Anonymity vs Privacy vs Personal Responsibility. And how often does an IT blogger get to write about catty supermodels?

  • News: Opera 10 adds three 'major' features

    Opera Software has released the final version of Opera 10, adding three "major" features to the web browser.

  • News: Microsoft: Bing not only designed for e-commerce

    Microsoft on Monday refuted a post by a prominent blogger that said the company designed the first iteration of Bing specifically to help people find items to purchase online.

  • News: Google Chrome now on Sony PCs

    Google has forged a deal to distribute Chrome in Sony PCs sold in North America, the company's first such deal with a PC vendor and one of a number of efforts to popularize the Internet browser.

  • News: eBay confirms $1.9bn deal to sell Skype

    Update: eBay has confirmed that it has reached an agreement to sell a 65 percent stake in Skype for $1.9 billion

  • News: The 40 best dying or dead technologies

    Technology evolves at a breakneck speed, which mean's today's most-used technology, could just be a fleeting memory by tomorrow.

  • News: Is free antivirus software safe?

    Free antivirus products vary in their capabilities. We put AVG, Microsoft Security Essentials and others through their paces in an in-depth group test

  • News: UK Broadband: State of the Nation 2009

    In 2009, 18.31 million UK households had Internet access. This represented 70 percent of households and an increase of 1.85 million households since 2008, according to the 2009 National Statistics Opinions (Omnibus) survey.

  • News: Google News antitrust investigation begins

    Italy's Antitrust Authority has opened an investigation into Google Italy for alleged abuse of its dominant position in the Internet search market, the Authority announced Thursday.

  • News: Microsoft Bing coming to iPhone apps

    Microsoft is targeting the iPhone as another avenue for boosting usage of its Bing search engine.

  • News: Non-profit domains grow during recession

    The number of .ORG domains registered by non-profit organisations in the UK is on the up new research reveals.

  • News: Vodafone launches 14Mbps mobile broadband

    Vodafone has upgraded its 3G network and claims mobile broadband users in some areas can now access the web at 4.4Mbps.

  • News: Poor UK web users don't go hungry

    UK Internet searches for discount vouchers have increased by 47.5 percent over the past 12 months.

  • News: Google Chrome users get security update

    A new version of Google Chrome currently pushing out via auto-update closes high-risk security holes in how the browser handles Javascript and XML.

  • News: Facebook & Twitter ads to targets grown ups

    Companies can begin to target people over the age of 34 with media campaigns that leverage social networks as that age group has become the largest segment using Facebook, Twitter and other social media, a new study from Forrester Research claims.


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