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  • News: 1.8m may be stopped from accessing web

    As many as 1.8 million Brits could find themselves unable to access the web thanks to BT, says a leading economist.

  • News: CeBIT suffers 20% drop in attendees

    Europe's largest IT fair saw an almost 20 percent drop in visitors this year but those that did turn up to the six-day event in Hanover were on average a higher quality of attendee than in the past, organisers said on Sunday.

  • News: PC Advisor's best videos from CeBIT 2009

    Although organisers have yet to give an indication of attendance figures for this year's CeBIT, those who have visited the Hannover trade show have had plenty of gadgets, and even a movie legend, to keep them occupied.

  • News: Symantec spots new variant of Conficker worm

    A third version of Conficker, also known as Downadup, has been identified by Symantec, which says the new variant gives infected machines more powerful instructions to disable anti-virus software and analysis tools, among other actions.

  • News: Microsoft to patch critical Windows bug

    Microsoft will release three sets of security updates next week, fixing at least one critical Windows bug but ignoring a highly publicised Excel exploit

  • News: Windows 7 to ditch Internet Explorer?

    Microsoft may give Windows 7 users the option to remove its Internet Explorer(IE) 8 web browser from the operating system.

  • News: Users influence Windows 7 enterprise features

    Microsoft has revealed that Windows 7 will feature a number of functions developed for enterprises, which are the result of feedback from customers.

  • News: Microsoft ups efforts to take on iPhone

    Microsoft has revealed it plans to concentrate on its position in the mobile market in a bid to keep up with competitors such as Apple and Research in Motion (RIM), which produces the BlackBerry handsets.

  • News: Windows Vista SP2 available for download

    A Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) release candidate has been made available to the general public, after Microsoft made good on a promise it made last week.

  • News: Beat the recession by renting out spare desks

    Small businesses looking to beat the recession are being given a helping hand from a new website Desk Space Genie, which allows them to advertise any spare desks in their office for rent.

  • News: Twitter: tweet ads are on their way

    advertising network Adjix has launched a new platform that allows text ads to be embedded within "tweets" (Twitter posts).

  • News: Google business software increases market share

    The use of Google software in business is on the increase because the recession if forcing companies to look for cheaper alternatives, says CEO Eric Schmidt.

  • News: New Microsoft Office for netbooks planned

    A tweaked version of Microsoft Office for netbooks could be in the works after the software giant revealed it is developing packages that are unique to that market.

  • News: World PC sales set for massive decline

    The world PC market is set for its sharpest unit decline in history this year, with the current financial uncertainty encouraging customers to hold on to PCs for longer, according to Gartner.

  • Video: Fujitsu Siemens shows first zero-watt PC

    Fujitsu demonstrates the world's first zero-watt PC at CeBIT

  • News: Fujitsu shows world's first zero-watt PC

    Fujitsu Siemens plans to launch in the middle of this year an enterprise desktop computer that consumes no energy when switched off, it said Sunday at the Cebit trade fair in Hanover, Germany.

  • News: Fujitsu shows near-silent Energy Star 4 server

    Fujitsu Siemens has developed a compact, quiet and energy-efficient entry-level server and will launch it on April 1, it said on Sunday at the Cebit trade fair in Hanover, Germany.

  • News: Windows 7 business features explained

    When it comes to Windows 7 much has been made of the new taskbar with its jumplists, mouse-hover features, easy navigation and the more controllable user account control. But what about the less 'sexy' enterprise features of Windows 7?

  • News: 13 ways to improve your online reputation

    There's no doubt that social networking sites such as Facebook are fun, but do you exercise caution before you post? More than likely you don't. However, you could be damaging your career and your online reputation when you post risqué content.

  • News: Dell considers Intel Atom business PCs

    Dell thinks PCs based on Intel's Atom processors, already popular among consumers, could be the answer for cash-strapped businesses.



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