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  • News: Zango: don't blame us for Facebook's 'Secret Crush'

    Adware company Zango has strenuously denied any involvement in the 'Secret Crush' malicious widget that tricks Facebook users into downloading spyware. The company also objects to its software being labeled as adware.

  • News: Botnets make 2007 a bumper year for spam

    Global spam reached rates as high as 96 percent of all email traffic during 2007. And, according to a report from Commtouch, botnets helped keep spam output at consistently high levels throughout the year.

  • News: CES: D-Link uses internet to network a home

    D-Link is showing a way to to add devices to your home data network without installing drivers or PC software, and without juggling CDs.

  • News: Sexy Christmas spam doubles Storm worm

    A combination of the long Christmas holiday and some clever, sexy Christmas-themed spam emails helped criminals behind the Storm worm more than double their network of infected PCs, security experts say.

  • News: Amazon MP3 gets DRM-free Sony tracks

    Amazon will later this month add music from Sony BMG to its Amazon MP3 digital-music download service.

  • How-Tos: How to Remember the Milk (and everything else)

    The new year has come and gone and, with it, plenty of resolutions to become a better person. Most of them probably didn’t last any longer than your New Year’s Day hangover. But cheer up: with a little help from the internet, we’re going to turn one resolution into reality. It’s time to organise your life.

  • How-Tos: How to keep track of your friends online

    The recent popularity of social networking has revolutionised the once-simple list of contacts and email addresses. So where to start?

  • News: Ask.com names new CEO and president

    Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone is resigning after six years with the company, to join a venture-capital firm. His replacement, Jim Safka, is currently head of Primal Ventures

  • News: Pandora locks out British music listeners

    Pandora, the web radio station that creates a customised playlist based around your favourite songs and those that are musically similar, has announced that it will cut off UK listeners on 15 January.

  • News: Microsoft starts 2008 by fixing just 3 bugs

    Yesterday marked the first 'Patch Tuesday' of 2008, and Microsoft eased itself into the new year by releasing just two security updates that patch three vulnerabilities in Windows.

  • News: Google, Facebook join social-network sharing group

    Google and Facebook will join Yahoo, Dow Jones, eHub, Zoomr and the BBC as members of the DataPortability Workgroup, an organisation dedicated to creating ways to easily share user-generated content created on social networks.

  • News: Rootkit uses old trick to hide, infects 5,000

    A new type of malicious software has recently emerged. Called Trojan.Mebroot by Symantec, the malware uses a decades-old technique to hide itself from antivirus software.

  • News: Tens of thousands of websites hacked

    A mass automated SQL injection attack has compromised tens of thousands of websites. Although some of the infected websites have been cleaned, others continue to serve visitors a malicious script that tries to hijack their PCs using multiple exploits, security experts said over the weekend.

  • News: Experts warn world about Nugache worm

    The infamous Storm worm may be perceived as the world's most dangerous botnet, but security experts say a worm called Nugache could be more of a threat.

  • News: Wikia Search gets a frosty reception

    Yesterday Wikipedia's creator Jimmy Wales officially released the alpha version of Wikia Search, an open-source Google killer. But members of the blogosphere seem underwhelmed by Search Wikia.

  • News: Boom time for online storage market

    IDC research suggests that global online backup services are poised for major growth.

  • News: Microsoft to patch Windows password flaw

    Microsoft will today patch a Windows flaw that could give attackers access to passwords on a victim's system.

  • News: iTunes sales up 50% over Christmas

    Music downloads were up 50 percent year-on-year across Christmas 2007, according to the BPI - the UK record label trade group.

  • News: Search Wikia 'Google killer' goes live

    The much-vaunted search engine from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Search Wikia, makes its official debut today. Many commentators believe that the open-source, community-driven search engine can disrupt and reshape the Google-dominated search market.

  • News: Motorola expands music service, buys Soundbuzz

    In a bid to expand its mobile music offerings, Motorola is set to acquire online music store Soundbuzz, Motorola said today.



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