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  • News: IBM offers high-performance computing services

    IBM is now offering high-performance computing services to customers who want to get supercomputers up and running faster.

  • News: 60% of Brits think mobiles are too complicated

    Nearly two thirds of Brits think mobile phones today are too complicated, says FoneBank.

  • NEC Multisync 2490WUXi monitor

    NEC's latest monitor, the NEC Multisync 2490WUXi², will automatically adjust the colour brightness on the display using AmbiBright light sensors, which not only improves the picture but also reduces energy consumption.

  • News: Microsoft won't fix Windows 7 UAC glitch

    The Microsoft blogger who first called attention to a security vulnerability in Windows 7's User Account Control (UAC) feature claims it still exists and that Microsoft won't fix it

  • News: WLAN market declines, but 802.11n grows

    The first quarter of this year may have been the gloomiest ever for the wireless LAN market, with overall revenue falling about 11 percent from a year earlier, the first year-over-year drop recorded by industry analyst firm Dell'Oro.

  • News: Gartner slams Windows 7 downgrade plan

    Gartner has slammed Microsoft's plans to let PC manufacturers sell machines running Windows XP for six months after Windows 7 is released on October 22.

  • News: BlackBerry Tour vs Nokia E72

    Forget Apple's new iPhone 3G S or the Palm Pre, two new business-oriented smart phones are about to the hit store shelves: The latest in Nokia's line of business phones, the E72, and the long-rumoured BlackBerry Tour 9630.

  • Opinion: Snow Leopard to boot Windows out of the enterprise?

    It could be that a real battle is brewing between operating systems. Apple will fire first by releasing Mac OS X 10.6, known as Snow Leopard, in September. Microsoft's response, Windows 7, will hit store shelves a few weeks later, on October 22.

  • News: Website plagiarism affects 10% of businesses

    One in ten businesses have had at least one item of their website plagiarised by another company says Fasthosts.

  • News: Acrobat.com takes on Google and Microsoft

    Adobe hopes to challenge Microsoft Office and Google Docs with a new web-based productivity and collaboration service

  • News: Vista to Windows 7 coupons on the way

    Some PC vendors and sellers will begin a coupon programme on June 26 to entitle people who buy premium versions of Microsoft Windows Vista to upgrade to the new Windows 7 operating system when it arrives later this year, but the upgrade offers may not be free. Offers will vary by vendor and retailer.

  • News: 40% would rather lose wallet than mobile phone

    40 percent of mobile phone users would rather lose their wallet than their mobile device. Nearly all said they would be "devastated" if they lost their phone.

  • News: Mobile broadband users get less than 1Mbps

    Mobile broadband users on average receive speeds of less than 1Mbps, says Epitiro.

  • News: Microsoft confirms June 30 demise for Money

    Microsoft Money, the software giant's financial management software, will no longer be available from the end of June.

  • News: Monster Microsoft update fixes 18 critical bugs

    Microsoft has issued 10 security updates patching a record 31 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Excel, Word, Windows Search and other programs, including 18 bugs marked 'critical'

  • Video: Apple launches iPhone 3G S

    Apple launches the iPhone 3G S at its World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco

  • News: Wi-Fi set up too difficult', says survey

    A recent consumer survey conducted by ABI Research has found that while most owners of home networks find their equipment works reasonably well, they would be willing to upgrade if that resulted in easier troubleshooting.

  • News: ACS offers smartphone management service

    Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) has launched a Managed Mobility Service , which it says is a one-stop service that will set-up and maintain smartphones for business users, reliving them on any headaches.

  • News: Yahoo adds Widget Utilities to Yahoo Mail

    Yahoo added over a dozen widgets to its webmail service on Friday, including integration with PayPal, eBay, YouTube and Mint.com. These apps will let users do more while within Yahoo Mail, reducing the need to shuffle between websites and services.

  • News: Small crowds gather for Palm Pre launch

    The US launch of the Palm Pre at the weekend was more like a soft launch compared to the crowds that lined up to buy new iPhones, but Palm enthusiasts nonetheless gathered outside Sprint Nextel stores and other retailers in the hopes of being among the first with the highly anticipated smartphones.



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