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  • 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.

  • News: New Year's resolutions for the tech industry

    2009 looks set to be a trying time for the tech industry, so reflecting and making resolutions is critical to survival. We've put together a list of resolutions, with the help of experts, which will help you make the most of 2009.

  • News: What's going to happen in technology in 2009

    Wonder what the tech world has in store for us in 2009? For the fun of it we asked bona fide psychics to look into their crystal ball.

  • News: Analysis: what 2009 holds for spam email

    When it comes to the web, there's no single bigger annoyance than spam. Experts are warning that levels and the ways spam is distributed will rise in 2009. We talk to experts SPAMfighters to find out how to protect yourself.

  • News: 13 new technologies coming to your PC

    Ultra-small PCs that fit on a single chip. Batteries that recharge without cables. TVs that respond to your every gesture. These and other developing technologies will fundamentally change the way you think about and use your computer. PC Advisor looks at the technology of tomorrow.

  • News: 7 technology predictions that never happened

    When it comes to predicting the future, sometimes tech aficionados get it wrong. Here's our round-up of the 7 worst tech predictions of the past 65 years.

  • News: Palm finally hits back at iPhone with Palm Pre

    Palm has launched a touchscreen smartphone along with a brand-new WebOS operating system and an "intelligent" cohesive contact management setup called Synergy

  • Video: CES: Hardcore Computer dunks its Reactor PC in liquid

    Everyone knows that computers and liquids don't mix but Hardcore Computer is challenging that at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: Windows 7 beta available to public tomorrow

    Microsoft has officially launched a beta version of Windows 7 at CES to members of its MSDN and TechNet communities. A public release is scheduled for Friday

  • Opinion: Replace desktop PCs with netbooks

    They're cheaper, greener, and capable enough for everyday business work - if you can get XP Pro on them

  • News: Free Windows 7 upgrades coming in July

    Those buying Windows Vista PCs after July 1 will be offered free or discounted Windows 7 upgrades, according to TechARP.com, a Malaysian website that correctly named the release-to-manufacturing (RTM) dates for several Windows editions last year.

  • Video: First look: Lenovo's dual-screen W700ds laptop

    Lenovo's unique ThinkPad W700ds is getting its official launch this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: Intel vPro hack exposes 'secure' software

    Intel's vPro security system has been hacked by security researchers who claim they can "compromise the integrity" of software loaded using the platform's Trusted Execution Technology

  • News: AMD Yukon chips enable 'ultrathin' laptops

    AMD hopes to undercut prices of expensive ultraportable laptops with mobile chips it is expected to introduce today.

  • News: Steve Jobs mystery illness causing weight loss

    After months of speculation Apple CEO Steve Jobs has confirmed he is not in the best of health.

  • Video: Asus Eee PC S101 video review

    Asus' Eee PC S101 is similar in size to the original Eee PC 701, but rather than targeting laptop buyers on a budget, it will be more attractive to those after sleek good looks and supreme portability



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