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  • Viewsonic ViewPad 100 Android tablet

    Viewsonic has unveiled the first ever dual-boot Google Android and Windows-based tablet PC. The Viewsonic ViewPad 100 is a Windows 7 Home Premium touchscreen tablet PC that can be optionally booted in to Google Android 1.6.

  • News: Software piracy whistleblower gets £10,000

    The software industry’s self-styled police force, the Business Software Alliance (BSA), has said that it recently paid a £10,000 ($15,300) bounty to an employee who informed on his former company’s use of unlicensed software.

  • News: Universities missing out on distance learning

    Universities are missing out on the chance to use technology to provide more distance learning opportunities to the growing number of applicants, according to Virgin Media Business.

  • News: The 18 Best iPhone Apps

    Apple's iTunes app store has thousands of apps. But don't panic about spending hours trawling through everything looking for the best productivity tools, utilities, and games for your iPhone.

  • News: The 12 best BlackBerry apps

    If you're hunting for the best BlackBerry apps, then why not trawl our list of productivity tools, utilities, and entertainment titles exclusive to RIM smartphones.

  • News: The 7 most dangerous jobs in technology

    You may not think working in technology could be dangerous, but you'd be wrong. Some professions are particularly perilous, and could even involve you risking your own life.

  • How-Tos: How to back up a PC

    PC Advisor takes an in-depth look at backups, a vital tool when preparing a laptop or PC for a major repair job or upgrade. Here's how to back up your PC.

  • News: Six reasons why Flash won't die

    Flash's days on the web could be numbered. At least that's what many industry watchers believe, especially following Apple's well-publicised refusal to allow Adobe's Flash technology to be installed on its iOS mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPad.

  • News: Huawei and Google launch Android 2.2 smartphone

    Google and Huawei have announced an Android smartphone that runs the Android 2.2 mobile OS. Huawei says the IDEOS phone is the first mass-market handset to be offered with the Android 2.2 OS preinstalled. The Huawei IDEOS will carry a recommended SIM-free price tag of between £99 and £129.

  • News: Virgin opens up on 'typical' broadband speeds

    Virgin Media has published the typical speeds Brits achieve on its 10Mb, 20Mb and 50Mb broadband packages in a bid to help web users choose an net connection that suits them.

  • News: Truphone slashes call charges of VoIP service

    Truphone, the service that allows mobile phone users to get even cheaper calls thanks to Voice over IP (VoIP), has slashed its call charges.

  • News: Firms wasting £2,000 through excessive printing

    A quarter of office workers are wasting their employeers more than £2,000 per year by excessive document printing, says 1&1 Internet.

  • News: BT hits 15 million broadband customers mark

    BT has revealed that it now provides 15 million homes and small businesses with broadband connections, via both its own ISP of other ISPs that use its network.

  • News: Orange HD voice launched today

    Orange is making its High Definition voice call service available across the country from today.

  • News: The 12 biggest technology myths

    As much as we love the internet, there's no doubt it's a breeding ground for mths. And its not only rumours about your favourite celebrities, it also covers the world of technology. Which means consumers are being feed lies, half-truths, and misinformation.

  • News: The test of time: Benchmarking an 11-year-old PC

    It's amazing how quickly things advance in technology, with PCs being one of the worst culrpti. What seemed speedy and cutting edge just a few years ago, now seems sluggish and poor value for money.

  • News: One in four worms spread through USB devices

    Hard on the heels of a report that a USB drive was used to compromise U.S. military networks in 2008, a security company today claimed that 25% of all new worms are designed to spread through the portable storage devices.

  • News: AMD netbook chips to be used in servers

    Advanced Micro Devices is considering the implementation of its upcoming low-power netbook chips based on the new Bobcat architecture in low-end servers, the company said this week.

  • News: O2 Eco Rating ranks smartphones' green credentials

    O2 has unveiled a scheme that ranks mobile phones rating based on how green the handset is.

  • News: ASA: BT 'misled' customers with broadband ad

    A BT advert that claimed the ISP offered "consistently faster broadband" has been slammed by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).



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