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  • News: Google Earth available for iPhone & iPod touch

    Apple iPhone and iPod touch users can now use Google Earth on their handset, after the application was made available via the App Store.

  • News: Windows Azure is Microsoft's new 'cloud' platform

    Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie has unveiled Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud-computing platform that allows developers to build and host their services on Microsoft infrastructure.

  • News: Lexmark Toolbar helps prevent wasted prints

    In today's environmentally friendly society, printing is among some of the least friendly activities that takes place in an office. On average, employees print as many as 700 pages per month, which amounts to between 50 and 75kg of paper per employee a year, says printer manufacturer Lexmark.

  • Opinion: Google Street View shuns UK

    Google Street View sounds like fun. It's like Google Earth, just with panoramic views at street level. Some of us have even seen the special Google cars driving around snapping roads, buildings, phone boxes, litter bins, dog mess, lampposts, street signs, vehicles, and even people (mainly with their faces smudged out).

  • News: Eightfold increase in malicious spam

    The amount of spam containing dangerous attachments designed to infect PCs with malicious viruses increased by eight times during July and September this year, says Sophos.

  • News: No e-voting for 2009 local elections

    The Government has announced that it won't be offering an e-voting scheme for the 2009 European or local elections.

  • News: Web users don't know how to report illegal content

    Over three quarters of web users have stumbled across disturbing content on the net but have no idea how to report it, says the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

  • News: New EU platform helps users report child porn

    The European Commission has pledged €300,000 to create a pan-European alert platform where people can report internet child porn material on websites.

  • News: Yahoo announces developer platform

    Yahoo is to launch a platform for web developers as part of its bid to add Facebook-like social networking features to its websites.

  • News: The web's 10 best blogs revealed

    Blogging is one of the biggest online crazes of recent years, but an awful lot of blogs are not well written or interesting. Some, however, represent the best of journalism. We've trawled the blogosphere to find the best blogs out there.

  • News: 16 great email and instant messaging downloads

    Communication is one of the main reasons people go online. Whether its email or instant messaging, virtual communication is a huge part of our online lives. We've put together a list of 16 great downloads that will help you communicate better through email and instant messaging.

  • News: Use Google's Gmail to fight all spam

    When it comes to spam, there are plenty of different ways to fight this email annoyance. Tools like MailWasher and Spam Assassin are great at clearing you inbox of irrelevant and useless emails, but we've found another solution: Gmail.

  • News: 15 best Google Android apps for the T-Mobile G1

    As the UK gears up for the launch of T-Mobile's G1 - the first smartphone using Google's Android platform, we've round up the 15 best apps available for Android based phones.

  • News: Amazon launches Windows Server 'cloud' service

    Amazon Web Services has launched a public beta of its cloud-computing service running Windows Server and SQL Server, marking the first time developers and businesses can use the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) to build and host applications on Microsoft's software.

  • News: Attack code for 'critical' Windows bug emerges

    New attack code has surfaced which exploits the critical Windows flaw Microsoft revealed yesterday

  • News: Concern over botnet-based click fraud attacks

    The incidence of click fraud, the bane of the highly profitable search advertising business to which Google owes its success, fell slightly in the third quarter, but remains a serious problem.

  • News: LinkedIn gets SAP investment

    SAP's venture capital arm has sunk an undisclosed sum of money into LinkedIn, the business-oriented social-networking site.

  • News: Google Orkut introduces automatic sex filter

    Google's Orkut social-networking site has introduced a 'safety filter' that automatically filters out adult content such as sexually suggestive phrases or images.

  • News: Jobs: $500 Apple laptop 'would be junk'

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs has said that Apple has no imminent plans to compete in the growing market for small, inexpensive laptops, claiming the company wouldn't know how to make a $500 laptop that wasn't "a piece of junk".

  • News: Barack Obama winning battle of Web 2.0

    In the Web 2.0 race for the US White House, Senator Barack Obama continues to dominate rival Senator John McCain in several areas.

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