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  • News: Fujitsu Siemens joins Mobile Broadband Initiative

    Fujitsu-Siemens has joined the Mobile Broadband Initiative, which hopes to increase the number of laptops that feature in-built support for mobile broadband.

  • MSI Wind U100 video review

    The MSI Wind U100 has been called the netbook to watch for cost-conscious laptop fans. Find out why in PC Advisor's exclusive video review.

  • News: Cheap SSDs for laptops coming in 2009

    Cheap solid-state disks (SSDs) for laptops could be on the way, after Samsung announced plans to upgrade its memory technology and manufacturing processes.

  • News: Vendor warns over fake netbook launch

    HIS is warning users to be wary of reports of a new netbook from the laptop manufacturer.

  • News: 10 great tools to test your PC

    Use these super testing tools to test and track practically everything about your PC - including its hard drive, internet connection and inside-the-case hardware.

  • How-Tos: How to boost your PC for gaming

    Making your PC more suitable for playing games doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. PC Advisor shows you how to use a games controller on your Windows PC, and boost the capacity of your Microsoft Xbox 360.

  • News: World Technology Update: December 5 2008

    In this week’s show: Microhoo is back, Bill Gates appeals to lawmakers, Google Earth is used by terrorists, Nintendo introduces a new DS title and Sony celebrates Christmas.

  • News: Free laptop deals boom bucks economy

    Back in the summer free laptop-bundled mobile broadband deals were said to account for nearly 30 percent of all broadband sales. They're now due to completely overtake standalone mobile broadband sales by the end of the year.

  • News: Windows 7 beta coming in January

    The first full pre-beta release of Microsoft next desktop operating system (OS) will become available in January, when the software giant launches a Windows 7 beta.

  • News: What's new in Windows Vista SP2?

    Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) is set to be released as a public beta today. However, it's a fairly significant upgrade and is not for everyone. Here's what you need to know before making the upgrade.

  • News: Nvidia holds back on 'immature' netbook market

    Nvidia officials have reiterated the company's interest in the netbook market but said it would wait for the format to mature before jumping in.

  • News: Windows Vista SP2 beta launches tomorrow

    The first beta version of Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) is now in the hands of testers, and will be made available to the general public on Thursday

  • Dell Inspiron Mini 9 video review

    PC Advisor checks out Dell's first 'netbook' - the Inspiron Mini 9 - which is currently available for free with a Vodafone mobile broadband contract

  • News: New hyper-fast SSD hits 1GBps throughput

    Within the next year, Micron Technology expects to bring to market a high-end solid-state disk drive (SSD) that could achieve 1GB/sec. throughput four times that offered by Intel's newest SSD, the X25-E.

  • News: Apple offers free Mini DisplayPort licence

    Apple hopes to boost adoption of the Mini DisplayPort video port built into its 24in LED Cinema Display by licensing it for free to companies that want to support it.

  • News: Windows Vista SP2 to launch in April 2009

    According to TechARP.com, Microsoft will deliver Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) to manufacturing in April 2009, two months after it issues a final test version to users.

  • News: Windows Vista achieves 20 percent of OS market

    Windows XP's share of the operating system market saw its biggest drop since January last month, with Vista picking up its biggest number of PCs in ten months.

  • News: Acer to launch 10.2in netbook

    Acer plans a netbook with 10.2in screen, as well as an iMac rival.

  • 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.


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