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  • News: IBM: Q4 earnings up 17% on 2007

    IBM has bucked the economic slump by announcing earning for quarter 4 of 2008 of $3.28 (£2.37) per share, a 17 percent increase on last year. However, the company said total revenue for the quarter dropped 6 percent to $27bn (£19.55bn).

  • News: 11 ways to find a cheap laptop

    The market is flooded with products appealing to the cash-conscious consumer - and demand for the very best deals is fiercer than ever. We show you how to find the best bargain laptops in the UK

  • News: Wozniak: Apple will survive without Jobs

    Steve Jobs is very important to Apple, but the company can survive without him, says the company's co-founder Steve Wozniak.

  • News: Vodafone plays down Palm Pre rumours

    Speculation is rife that Vodafone will be the exclusive UK carrier for the upcoming Palm Pre smartphone.

  • News: Intel Core 2 Quad chips get price cut

    Intel has announced price cuts across its mobile and desktop chip range, including a 40 percent drop for its quad-core chips.

  • News: The 10 best free BlackBerry apps

    Third-party apps are a great way to improve the functionality of your BlackBerry smartphone. But if you don't want to break the bank, then our list of the 10 best free apps could be just what you need.

  • 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: Lenovo launches Intel Atom desktop PC

    Lenovo yesterday launched its first nettop with Intel's Atom processor for budget buyers.

  • News: Microsoft, Intel and Cisco to invest in education

    Cisco, Intel and Microsoft announced yesterday that they will underwrite a major multi-sector research project to improve education through technology around the world.

  • News: Google lets ISPs sell Apps Premier suite

    Google is to launch a reseller program for its Apps Premier hosted suite.

  • Dell G2210 and G2410 flat panel displays

    Dell has unveiled two new screens in its G-series range of widescreen flat panel monitors, which it claims are some of its most energy efficient.

  • News: Software giants list 25 greatest net threats

    A list of 25 most serious common, well-understood coding errors used to exploit websites was released yesterday by a group of 35 high-profile organisations, including Microsoft, Symantec, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Security Agency's Information Assurance Division. The initiative was coordinated by the SANS Institute and The MITRE Corp, a federally funded research-and-development centre.

  • News: Top 10 most popular UK online retailers 2008 Christmas

    Amazon was the top UK online retailer in the last quarter of 2008, followed by Argos, Tesco, Play.com and Marks & Spencer.

  • News: Analysis: Palm Pre garners positive response

    Palm's new handset has been introduced to the world. Although it isn't getting quite as much coverage as the iPhone did when it was introduced two years ago at Macworld, the Pre is getting plenty of attention.

  • 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

  • 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: ISPs to store your emails for one year

    From March, ISPs will be required to store details about every email sent and received, for one year.

  • 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.



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