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    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

  • News: 2009 tech predictions

    We've compiled a slew of predictions - including the idea that some unemployed IT pros may soon turn to life of crime.

  • News: Dell dumps regional business units

    Dell will reorganize its divisions focused on selling to business customers, with the new units focused on types of customers instead of geographic regions.

  • News: Windows 7 January launch at CES

    Software could overshadow gadgets at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES), with Microsoft expected to shed light on its upcoming Windows 7 OS.

  • How-Tos: How to reinstall Windows XP & Vista

    Maybe your PC won't boot. Or it could be infected with some kind of persistent malware. Perhaps Windows puts up a Blue Screen of Death every time you type the word 'aardvark'.

  • News: Windows Server 2008: better than Vista

    Windows Server 2008 is everything that IT buyers asked for, while Vista is the product of an older Microsoft design paradigm: "You'll know what you want when we show it to you."

  • Video: Lexmark X4975 - In Brief

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  • News: Windows 7 beta set for release at CES

    Attendees at next month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) could get the first public look at Windows 7, the next version of Microsoft's client OS.

  • News: Fake antivirus targets Microsoft.com

    Just weeks after the US Federal Trade Commission shut down two companies accused of selling fake antivirus software, a new player has moved into the market, aided by glitches in the Microsoft and US Internal Revenue Service websites.

  • News: Microsoft gives Windows XP another 4 months

    Microsoft has once again extended an impending deadline for Windows XP's demise. System builders, the smaller shops and computer dealers that build PCs to order, will now be able to obtain Windows XP Professional licences until at least May 30, and likely long after, according to a Microsoft spokeswoman. Previously, Microsoft had set January 31 as its deadline for selling new XP licensees to the distributors that supply system builders.

  • News: Microsoft warns of SQL security threat

    Just days after patching a critical flaw in its Internet Explorer browser, Microsoft is now warning users of a serious bug in its SQL Server database software.

  • News: Warning: Netbooks pose big security threat

    Netbooks are highly portable, inexpensive, very popular - and a potential security nightmare.

  • News: iTunes 'long tail' theory rubbished

    Despite all the hype about the potential long-tail opportunities of selling archive music via digital music download services such as Apple iTunes it appears that most tracks available for download remain as unwanted as they were on CD when sitting in record shop shelves or charity shops.

  • News: Mozilla slams Microsoft for browser speed disinterest

    Firefox developer Mozilla has launched an attack on Microsoft for dismissing attempts to boost browser performance as merely a "drag race," but defended its now 'more complicated' relationship with former partner Google.

  • News: Can Google Apps beat Microsoft Office?

    While upgrades over the past year that focused on evolving and securing the online tools for corporate users, Google Apps Premier Edition (GAPE), the vendor's productivity suite targeted at businesses, has proven worthy in certain situations, most involving Google Docs, Video and Sites; and email security and compliance.

  • News: Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds laptop has two screens

    Lenovo has shaken up the laptop market by unveiling a two-headed ThinkPad, boasting two screens.

  • News: 2008: Storage needs up 60 percent

    The storage story of 2008 was growth: An accelerating explosion of information, much of it in the form of video, led IT administrators to try to make better use of their capacity and staff.

  • News: Underwater earthquake shatters Europe/Asia Internet

    Internet and telephone traffic between Europe and the Middle East and Asia was hampered Friday after three major underwater data lines were cut.

  • News: RIM tackling BlackBerry Storm shortage

    Research In Motion (RIM) has admitted it's struggling to keep up with demand for the BlackBerry Storm touchscreen smartphone, but said supply problems should clear up in the coming weeks.

  • Video: Lexmark X4975 multifunction inkjet printer - In brief

    The Lexmark X4975 is a multifunction inkjet printer stuffed with features.



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