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  • News: BT launches iPlate to boost broadband speeds

    BT has made the iPlate, a device that it claims will boost internet speeds for ADSL lines, available to consumers.

  • News: UK vendor launches free antivirus, antispyware

    PC security vendor DriveSentry today launched DriveSentry Free, a cost-free antivirus, antispyware and HIPS technologies software suite which the company says will keep your PC free from malware.

  • News: New Microsoft bid for Yahoo's search business

    Microsoft could team up with Time Warner and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp in a new bid to acquire Yahoo's search business, according to the Wall Street Journal.

  • News: Regulators halt BBC's Kangaroo video service

    Internet TV service Project Kangaroo has been referred to the Competition Commission by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

  • News: Google and Yahoo add Flash search feature

    Google and Yahoo are adding search capabilities that will enable users to look inside the content of files encoded in Adobe's Flash file format - SWF.

  • News: Officials deny China has blocked Facebook

    Facebook has responded to reports that the social networking site is experiencing outages in China by claiming it's not aware of any block implemented by local officials.

  • News: Barclays customers get free Kaspersky software

    Users of Barclays' online bank service are to be given free security software, after the company signed a two-year deal with security vendor Kaspersky.

  • News: T-Mobile launches UK's first mobile HUSPA network

    T-Mobile today launched what it claims is the UK's first nationwide High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) mobile broadband network, offering its mobile customers upload speeds of up to 1.4 (megabits per second) Mbps.

  • News: Yahoo: Microsoft wasn't serious about acquisition

    Yahoo's management has filed a presentation to shareholders aiming to cast doubt on Microsoft's sincerity in negotiating to buy the company, while defending its own actions.

  • News: British man sells his life on eBay for £190k

    A British man has sold everything he owned on eBay for £190,000 in an online auction that ended on Sunday.

  • News: Vodafone seeks MTV reporter on MySpace

    Vodafone and MySpace have joined forces to create an interactive community that will allow members to "share music experiences" and even compete for the chance to become an online MTV reporter.

  • News: eBay fined $61m over fake goods

    Online auction site eBay plans to fight a $61m fine for allowing the sale of Louis Vuitton Malletier and Christian Dior Couture counterfeit goods on its website

  • News: Cyber-vandalism woes for MySpace

    MySpace is suffering at the hands of a number of cyber-vandals who are filling the walls belonging to a number of 'groups' with offensive comments and photographs. Among the groups that have fallen foul of these vandals are those dedicated to interests such as home beer brewing, animal welfare and gay rights issues.

  • News: Real takes on iTunes with DRM-free music

    Rhapsody will sell MP3s in a new digital download store launched on Monday in the US, an service that will pose fresh competition to Apple's iTunes Music Store.

  • News: BT to cut off file-sharing customers

    BT has become the latest ISP to join forced with the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) in a bid to get tough with illegal file-sharers, announcing plans to cut off customers who use their accounts to illegally download software from P2P networks.

  • News: Gates: Yahoo deal 'not likely'

    A deal between Microsoft and Yahoo doesn't appear likely to happen in the future, Bill Gates said in a TV interview on Friday.

  • News: ICANN and IANA hijacked by hackers

    The websites of the international organisations that oversee the internet's critical routing infrastructure and regulate domain names were defaced by Turkish hackers last week, according to researchers.

  • News: Timeline: Bill Gates' 33 years at Microsoft

    Bill Gates' 30-year career at Microsoft has had many highs and lows. We've charted the most important developments from Microsoft’s beginnings to present day.

  • News: 14 favourite free internet tools

    We've put together the best 14 software downloads. We've got a universal messenger, a way to troubleshoot email problems, and programs to keep yourself safe. These are the software tools that come to the rescue. And best of all, most of them are free.

  • News: The 5 best Firefox add-ons for your business

    While Mozilla claims that Firefox 3 is the fastest and most secure version of the browser, there is another reason to look at using it – the number of business-friendly add-ons available. We've picked out five of the best add-ons that will not only help the overall interface of the browser but also help you surf the web more efficiently.

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