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  • Epson AcuLaser CX16 multifunction laser printer

    Epson has added a multifunction colour laser printer to its AcuLaser range. The AcuLaser CX16 has a first page-out time of 14 seconds, after which it can churn out pages at a rate of 23 per minute, says Epson.

  • News: Mobile data traffic to quadruple by 2014

    Mobile data traffic from PC roters and modems is forecast to increase fourfold between 2010 and 2014. In 2010 some 2,000 petabytes of data will be sent and received, a figure that will rise to about 8,000 petabytes in 2014.

  • News: BT ramps up fibre broadband roll-out

    BT has revealed it will be rolling out its super-fast fibre broadband to a further 303 exchanges across the UK between Autumn 2010 and Summer 2011.

  • News: Ofcom to act on broadband speeds

    Ofcom has warned ISPs they need to do a better job of explaining broadband speeds to Brits.

  • News: LinkedIn BlackBerry app finally available

    LinkedIn is finally available as a BlackBerry application - 18 months after it became available for Apple's iPhone.

  • How-Tos: How to fix a faulty monitor

    QUESTION My monitor has developed a fault. The display will work for a short spell, but only if I turn it off and back on again.

  • News: The 10 best Palm Pre and Palm Pixi apps

    The number of apps in Palm's official webOS app store has been growing steadily since its launch last June. Now Palm Pre, Palm Pre Plus, Palm Pixi and Palm Pixi Plus users can choose from over 1,000 apps. We've rounded up the 10 best.

  • News: 10 mobile technologies to watch in 2010

    There's no doubt mobile technologies have already made a big dent on our lives. However, research firm Gartner believes the impact of mobile technologies on our lives will continue to surge over the next couple of years. We look at ten mobile technologies to watch in 2010.

  • News: HP announces EliteBook 8740w mobile workstation

    HP has revealed a new EliteBook 8740 notebook workstation that can run up to five screens from a single graphics card. The EliteBook 8740w comes with either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor and supports up to 16GB of DDR3 SDRAM and supports USB 3.0 connectivity.

  • News: New software lets firms track employee posts on Facebook

    Businesses can now monitor what employees are posting on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter thanks to new cloud-based software.

  • Packard Bell Studio ST USB hard drive

    Packard Bell has recently announced a new USB 2.0 hard drive. The Packard Bell Studio ST is a distinctive-looking device designed to store multimedia files rather than mere spreadsheets.

  • News: Twitter spam drops to under 1 percent

    Spam levels on Twitter have dropped to below one percent, says the micro-blogging service.

  • News: Gmail users alerted to suspicious email activity

    Google has laucnhed a new feature in its Gmail webmail service that will alert users if suspcious activity has taken place on their account.

  • News: Google fixes Gmail sync tool for Outlook

    Google has found a fix for a bug that affected Google Apps' Sync for Microsoft Outlook by preventing some e-mails from being downloaded from Gmail servers to the Outlook program on end-users' PCs.

  • Belkin Surf, Share and Play Wi-Fi routers

    Belkin has unveiled its 2010 lineup of wireless routers and broadband modems and aims to take the pain out of installing and setting up a Wi-Fi network. UPDATED: 24/03/2010.

  • News: Chancellor: Broadband upgrade 'essential' to economy

    Next generation fibre broadband is essential to create thousands of new businesses and jobs in the UK, says the Chancellor.

  • News: Gmail sync tool for Outlook hit by bug

    A bug in Google Apps' Sync for Microsoft Outlook that has apparently existed for months is causing some e-mail messages to remain in Gmail servers and not be downloaded into Outlook, causing end users to overlook messages or see them late.

  • How-Tos: How to fix a laptop screen that won't stay on

    The screen on my Toshiba 1800 laptop keeps turning itself off. The only way to get it to come back on is by pushing the small button that tells the laptop when the lid is closed. This can happen 10 times in half an hour. The repair shop wants £70 to fix it - is it worth it?

  • How-Tos: How to transfer accounts from Microsoft Money 2005

    QUESTION I'm still using Microsoft Money 2005, but would like to transfer my accounts to a more substantial package. The trouble is, I can't find any programs compatible with the .mbx file extension.

  • How-Tos: How to back up speech-recognition files

    QUESTION I'm keen to back up as much data as I can on my Windows 7 PC in case the hard drive dies.


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