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  • Opinion: Brits feel guilty for not responding to emails

    Anxiety and paranoia are not feelings usually associated with surfing the web and catching up with friends over email, but according to research by free webmail provider GMX, more and more Brits are experiencing these feelings when it comes to personal emails.

  • News: Virgin Mobile offers mobile internet users Yahoo OneSearch

    Yahoo has completed a deal with Virgin Mobile to ensure it is the exclusive search engine for the telecommunications company's mobile internet platform.

  • News: Be Broadband reduces prices by 50p

    Be Broadband has announced that it will reduce the price of a number of its broadband packages by 50p.

  • News: Trojan buried in hoax Apple contract email

    Hackers are sending hoax emails from brand name companies such as Apple, Google and Starbucks that claim to contain official contracts in a bid to spread malicious viruses, says Sophos.

  • News: 'Credible WiMax' to replace 3G networks

    Hoping to build what they call 'credible WiMax networks' and provide for life after 3G, network equipment maker Airspan and operator Freedom4 have shown a laptop roaming seamlessly between WiMax networks on different spectrum bands.

  • News: O2 offers £29 pay-as-you-go mobile broadband

    O2 has today released a pay-as-you-go USB mobile broadband modem for £29.99.

  • News: Mobile broadband boom to continue in 2009

    Mobile broadband, for both phones and laptops, is expected to book the economic trend and enjoy another bumper year in 2009.

  • News: Black Friday heralds online shopping slowdown

    Online spending in the US held steady on Friday, despite fears of a slow down in spending by consumers amid the worsening economic outlook.

  • News: Mumbai terrorists used Google Earth

    Terrorists used Google Earth to plan the recent attacks in Mumbai, say police officials.

  • News: Five crucial Facebook dos and don'ts

    Social-networking can be a minefield. Users should think twice before posting information and imagez, as one hurried post could kill your working and personal relationships in one fell swoop. We've rounded up the top five Facebook etiquette tips to ensure you never get into social-networking trouble.

  • News: 13 top tips for better mobile working

    We've put together 13 top tips to ensure that if you are working on the go, you are working better, smarter, and faster.

  • News: Bag a bargain laptop in time for Christmas

    It's often said that there's never a right time to buy a new computer as technology and the components within consumer electronics move on and are updated at such a breakneck pace. Consequently, the PC, laptop, satnav or audio player you buy today will seem slow, lacking in memory and generally old hat a year or even a few months down the line. There is, however, a right time to bag a technology bargain.

  • News: 14 simple tips to improve your computing life

    Just because PC software and hardware has the potential to make life easier, it doesn’t mean it always does. In this age of rapid technological change, if you miss out on one development you can find yourself trailing behind everyone else. And asking for help isn’t easy if you feel your query is a simple one. No one likes to feel stupid.

  • News: BT could be prosecuted over secret Phorm trial

    The Crown Prosecution Service is collecting evidence to establish whether BT illegally tested the Phorm online advertising system without users' consent.

  • News: Live BBC streaming hits broadband usage caps

    Home broadband customers planning to watch the BBC's new online streaming service have been warned to be wary of their ISPs' usage caps.

  • News: Spam canned as Estonian ISP kills Srizbi botnet

    An Estonian ISP that temporarily hosted the command-and-control servers for the Srizbi botnet, responsible for a large portion of the world's spam, has cut off those servers, according to computer security analysts.

  • Opinion: Thanksgiving Day gets rick-rolled

    The rick-rolling phenomenon knows no bounds, it seems: Macys department store played a prank on crowds gathered outside its store enjoying the carnival atmosphere by drafting in 80s popstar and reluctant YouTube sensation Rick Astley.

  • News: Microsoft cybersquatter owns 23 'infringing' sites

    Microsoft has charged Florida company Domain Investments with cybersquatting in a lawsuit over registered addresses including windoesmobile.com, www.hotmajl.com, microsoft-games.com and zunedrivers.com.

  • News: Woman cleared of felony over MySpace suicide

    A US woman has been convicted on three misdemeanour counts but acquitted of felony charges after being accused of creating a fake MySpace account to torment a girl who later committed suicide.

  • News: Beat the credit crunch with Swoopo, eBay & Amazon

    The internet presents plenty of opportunities to make money or sell your stuff online - and not just via eBay.

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