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  • News: World Technology Update: January 19 2009

    This week our show comes from CES again with Palm unveiling a new phone, Sony showing off futuristic glasses and Samsung thinning down their TVs and Blu-ray players. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Forrester: Netbooks confuse consumers

    Netbooks fill an important niche in the consumer PC market, but the way they are being marketed is causing confusion with consumers, says a Forrester analyst.

  • News: Three tech lessons we can learn from 2008

    As 2009 gets into its stride, its time to reflect on the lessons we learned in 2008. We've looked at the year in technology in 2008 to reveale just what valuable morsels of information we should take away from the year. Read on to find out.

  • Medion Akoya E6210 16in widescreen multimedia laptop

    Medion has launched the Akoya E6210 - a 16in widescreen multimedia laptop with 250GB hard drive, priced at £450.

  • News: 30 percent of Windows PCs exposed by worm

    A worm that infected several million Windows PCs is causing havoc because nearly a third of all systems remain unpatched, 80 days after Microsoft rolled out an emergency fix

  • News: Run Windows XP & 2000 apps on Vista

    Microsoft has released the first public beta of a tool that solves one of the chief complaints businesses have with Windows Vista: that older Windows applications aren't compatible with the new OS.

  • News: Intel's Atom chip rescues poor Q4 results

    Intel's fourth-quarter profit plunged 90 percent from a year earlier, as the chip maker battled a worsening economy and recorded a steep loss from investments.

  • News: New Intel Classmate hits UK in February

    A new version of the Intel Classmate will be hitting the UK shelves in February.

  • News: PC World owner's 10 percent sales slump

    DSG International, the company which owns PC World and Currys, has revealed a 10 percent slump in sales between October 2008 and January 10 2009, compared to the previous quarter.

  • News: Netbooks fail to offset declining PC market

    Netbook shipments will see tremendous growth this year but won't be enough to boost overall worldwide PC shipments, which will sink due to the global economic downturn, according to surveys from IDC and Gartner.

  • News: Dual-core AMD Neo targets high-end netbooks

    AMD plans to release dual-core Neo processors in the second half of this year.

  • Archos 10 mini laptop

    Archos is hoping to rival the Eee PC with its Archos 10 -a mini laptop powered by the Intel Atom processor.

  • 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.

  • News: 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.

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