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  • News: Can Windows 7 finally kill Windows XP?

    Microsoft's toughest challenge with Windows 7 could be to win over the group of people that arguably represent the software giant's biggest obstacle to success: Windows XP users

  • News: MS invests in HP Touchsmart's multitouch developer

    Microsoft is among the companies investing $24 million in N-trig, a developer of multitouch technology.

  • News: Intel plans low-voltage, ultrathin laptop chips

    Intel may introduce ultra-low-voltage processors for inexpensive thin laptops later this year, which could help it compete with AMD in the space.

  • Video: Sony launches its Vaio P mini laptop

    Sony took the wraps off its anticipated Vaio P-series mini-laptop at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week.

  • News: My weekend with Windows 7

    Microsoft's first demonstrations of its next desktop operating - Windows 7 - towards the end of last year were met with tentative approval by developers and analysts. But the first version was far from feature-complete, and a relatively small number of experts can achieve only so much in providing feedback to the software giant anyway. But now the Windows 7 beta is available to the public, meaning as many as 2.5m people will be using the software by the end of January. So, should you install it?

  • News: MSI hybrid netbook has SSD & HDD drives

    MSI plans to start selling its U115 hybrid netbook in the US for less than $700 (£460) starting in February, company representatives said on Sunday.

  • News: Sony's TransferJet connects Toshiba gadgets

    The first prototypes from Toshiba based on TransferJet, a short-range, high-speed wireless data transmission system intended as a replacement for cables, were on show at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: MSI shows Pentium-based MacBook Air killer

    MSI has launched an Apple MacBook Air-killer called the X-Slim which includes a high powered Pentium chip.

  • News: Internet access device onslaught to hit UK

    Internet access devices are set to bombard the UK, says Intel, after successful launches in other territories. More than 50 Intel Atom-based devices are already available, of which at least 33 are MIDs, says Intel.

  • News: Windows 7 beta downloads begin

    The Windows 7 beta is now available for download, after Microsoft delayed its launch on Friday due to its servers being overwhelmed by users trying to download the operating system.

  • News: Greenpeace: Gadgets not green enough

    Consumer electronics products should be greener, says environmental campaign group Greenpeace International.

  • News: iPhone, netbooks massive boost to Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi may not be cutting-edge technology anymore, but iPhones, netbooks and other portable devices will put it in many more consumers' hands this year, according to figures released Thursday by the Wi-Fi Alliance and research company In-Stat.

  • News: SanDisk launches laptop SSDs

    SanDisk has launched a range of high-performance solid-state-drives (SSD) designed for use in laptops.

  • News: Old hard drives must be destroyed

    Identity thieves could be tempted by the huge number of hard drives that are being dumped with confidential data intact, says Which? Computing.

  • News: Windows 7: the public beta explained

    Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that Windows 7, the follow-on and follow-up operating system to Vista, was being made available in public beta today.

  • News: Latest Microsoft patch fixes just one bug

    Microsoft will patch just one bug in its first security release of 2009.

  • Sony Vaio P series mini laptop

    After much speculation Sony has finally launched its very first mini laptop, the Vaio P series, which is aimed at those looking for a fashion conscious answer to the Eee PC. However, with an £849 price tag, it's not exactly wallet friendly.

  • News: New Eee PC features swivel touchscreen

    Asus has launched a new version of its hugely popular Eee PC netbook, which features an 8.9in touchscreen that swivels and folds down to create a tablet PC.

  • News: Sony Vaio P is netbook for fashionistas

    Sony has unveiled its much-anticipated Vaio P series mini laptop, designed to go head-to-head with the Eee PC.

  • News: OQO Model 2+ PC has OLED touchscreen

    Small-format PC maker OQO has launched a Model 2+ computer that delivers a full PC performance in a tiny package.



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