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  • News: Microsoft to merge Windows Live & Office Live

    Microsoft has confirmed that it will merge its Office Live and Windows Live services into one unified online portal.

  • News: Windows 7 video guide

    PC Advisor has teamed up with Infoworld to create a unique, hands-on guide to Windows 7: Microsoft's upcoming successor to the Windows Vista operating system.

  • How-Tos: How to use Linux

    If you've only ever used Windows, getting to grips with a Linux OS can be an intimidating thought. So we've put together an easy-to-use guide to help you get the most out of this OS.

  • News: 25 years of the Apple Mac

    As Apple celebrates its 25th anniversary, we look at the company's five greatest successes and the five biggest mistakes that have helped shaped the Apple we know today.

  • Test Centre: Group test: top 10 laptops reviewed

    Whether you want a portable workhouse with a tasty price tag or a powerful system that can play back Blu-ray video in HD, there's a laptop to suit you. PC Advisor rounds up 10 of the most practical portables on the market.

  • News: Which smartphone platform should you choose

    As smartphones evolve into tiny handheld PCs, there's plenty of choice of mobile phone platform. But if you're thinking about developing an app, which one should you choose? We've got a developer's opinion on each of the mobile phone platforms available.

  • Video: Windows 7 guide, part 9: features for IT admins

    A hands-on guide to Windows 7's new desktop features, from PC Advisor's sister title Infoworld. More Windows 7 coverage from Infoworld: Windows 7 beta benchmark testsSorting through the latest Windows 7 benchmark resultsEarly look: Windows 7 trumps VistaWindows 7 vs Vista and XP on mulicore PCs

  • News: Value of UK internet retail sales rises to £240m

    The average weekly value of UK Internet retail sales during December was approximately £238 million, according to the Office for National Statistics.

  • News: Obama keeps his beloved BlackBerry

    New US president Barack Obama has been allowed to keep his BlackBerry smartphone - and so is the first US president to have access to email in the White House.

  • News: AOL upgrades webmail service

    AOL has upgraded its webmail service to allow users to preview messages sent to their Gmail and Yahoo! Mail accounts, as well as navigate straight to their inboxes with one click.

  • News: Microsoft cuts call for pay-as-you-go Windows

    Microsoft's first-ever layoffs indicate that the software giant should radically rethink its Windows client business, which is largely responsible for the software giant's alarming Q2 financial results

  • News: Toshiba announces 16in multimedia laptop

    Toshiba has announced the Toshiba Satellite A350 - a laptop with a 16in, 1366x768 pixel, 16:9 widescreen.

  • News: Microsoft announces 5,000 job losses

    Microsoft's net income fell 11 percent for the quarter ended December 31, 2008. Because of this, and despite a 2 percent revenue rise, 5,000 jobs are being cut, Microsoft has announced.

  • News: eBay announces 7% revenue loss

    Online auction site eBay has announced revenue for quarter four of 2008 was seven percent down on last year at $2.07bn (£1.5bn).

  • News: Windows Vista SP2 release date slips

    Microsoft has delayed Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) by at least a month, according to a reputable source

  • News: Intel Atom 2 'Pineview' details emerge

    Details are emerging of Intel's upcoming Pineview CPU, the next iteration of the popular Intel Atom chip found in almost all low-cost netbooks and nettop PCs. The Intel Atom 2 chip is expected to launch in the second half of this year.

  • News: Microsoft expected to reveal profit loss, job cuts

    Microsoft is expected to reveal it failed to his its profit targets for the final quarter of 2008, which will results in thousands of job losses, say analysts.

  • News: LinkedIn limits number of connections

    LinkedIn, the social networking site for business users, has clamped down on a controversial group of networkers who add 'connections' even if they don't know them.

  • 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



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