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  • News: Time Warner Cable Takes Viacom to Court Over iPad App

    Prepare for an all-out war between Time Warner Cable and Viacom, an epic legal smackdown as two companies face off in court over the ability to watch live TV on an iPad.

  • News: Orange Kenya support for health applications

    By 2030 it will be hard to refer to any region in Kenya as "remote". This is possible when the country achieves its set vision 2030 gaols. As the country makes progress to middle -- income status through these development plans, it is expected to have met its Millennium Development Goals by 2015.

  • News: Videos We All Love to Hate on YouTube

    Everyone has a favorite online video or a few perennial favorites that they enjoy watching over and over again, but isn't it almost as much fun to hate one? The music video by that band you detest, the comedy skit that isn't funny, and if somebody sends you that awful viral video one more time...

  • News: Facebook offers its datacentre technology to world

    Facebook has worked out how datacentres can be made more energy efficient and cheaper to run and wants the world to embrace its insights on an open source basis, the company has announced.

  • News: The five most commented stories of the week

    It's been a busy week in technology, from BT revealing plans to upgrade its copper network to support 20Mbps to Microsoft standing by its decision to block XP users from IE9. In fact, there's been plenty of stories that got our readers fired up enough to post their opinions on the web. Here's the five stories from PC Advisor this week that certainly got you talking.

  • News: How to uninstall apps from an iPhone or iPad

    With literally thousands of apps in the iTunes app store, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users, might find themselves a bit download-happy when it comes to installing third-party software on their smartphone.

  • News: Microsoft readies Silverlight 5 beta

    The proprietary multimedia plug-in platform and rival to HTML5 will offer 64-bit capabilities, digital rights management

  • News: Google tweaks Gmail to become less annoying

    Google has boosted Gmail with several small features that make it significantly less annoying. Google says the tweaks have come directly from its suggestions page, whereby users can comment on what irks them.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories of the week

    It's been a busy week in technology, from BT revealing plans to upgrade its copper network to support 20Mbps to Microsoft standing by its decision to block XP users from IE9. In fact, there's been plenty of stories that got our readers fired up enough to post their opinions on the web. Here's the five stories from PC Advisor this week that certainly got you talking.

  • How-Tos: How to uninstall apps from an iPhone or iPad

    With literally thousands of apps in the iTunes app store, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users, might find themselves a bit download-happy when it comes to installing third-party software on their smartphone.

  • How-Tos: How to uninstall apps from a Google Android device

    If you've got a Google Android smartphone, then you've probably already made use of one of it's greatest features – the ability to install third-party software from Google's app store – the Android Market.

  • News: Price comparison site for antivirus launches

    In today's current economic climate, saving money is more important than ever. There's a number of price comparison websites that can help you save money on your gas, electric and event broadband access. However, a new site aims to help you save money when it comes to purchasing security software.

  • How-Tos: How to use Facebook on a Google Android device

    Millions of people have discovered how useful being signed up to a social network can be and Facebook is now the tool of choice for countless users on the internet. Thanks to the increasing popularity of mobile devices, Facebook isn’t just something that you dip into at home or during a lunch break at work either. Tablets, smartphones and regular mobile handsets are all able to run variations on the Facebook theme thanks to software apps that have been developed specifically to suit the confines of these gadgets and gizmos. Right now, there are numerous ways of accessing Facebook on a variety of operating systems, with many methods being ideal for people who are constantly on the move and who don’t have the time or inclination to sit in front of a desktop computer to see what family, friends or work colleagues are up to.

  • News: Fasthosts offers mobile website builder

    Web hosting firm Fasthosts Internet has unveiled new mobile website builder for its customers.

  • News: Fasthosts offers mobile website builder

    Web hosting firm Fasthosts Internet has unveiled new mobile website builder for its customers.

  • News: Forrester: Businesses must act on profound software licence changes

    Organisations need to act on “profound” changes likely to take place around the way software is licensed, according to Forrester.

  • News: National Grid plugs into service management deal with HP

    National Grid has signed a seven year outsourcing deal with HP.

  • Opinion: Will Larry Page usher in a new era for Google?

    However Larry Page decides to lead Google, one thing is for sure: he's not going to be Eric Schmidt 2.0.

  • News: Microsoft releases Bing for iPad

    Microsoft will try to lure iPad users to its search engine with a new Bing application built specifically for the popular Apple iPad 2 tablet.

  • News: Facebook shares its data-centre secrets

    Facebook is sharing some of the secrets that help make its Prineville, Oregon, data centre one of the world's most efficient.



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