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  • News: F1 2011 Exits the Pits on September 20

    F1 2010 provided an excellent racing experience for fans of high-speed racing and offered players the chance to experience the life of Formula One racer both on and off the track. Now Codemasters has announced that the franchise is getting another outing later this year.

  • News: Yahoo hits back at email snooping claims

    Yahoo has hit back at claims it is 'snooping' through the emails of users of its webmail service.

  • News: Vacation interruptus: Don't let a tech crisis ruin a getaway

    Planning on taking a vacation this summer? If you're a tech manager, you may find yourself with unwanted baggage -- guilt, anxiety over how things are going in your absence or even concern about the status of your job.

  • News: Visa blocks WikiLeaks donations via DataCell once again

    For a few hours on Thursday, credit card donations once again flowed to WikiLeaks through a payment gateway at Icelandic hosting company DataCell. Then Visa shut it down again.

  • News: MSI Unveils Lightest Laptop Packing Intel Core i7 Processor

    MSI introduced on Friday the X460, a new 14-inch ultraportable laptop that is said to be the lightest laptop to feature Intel's top-of-the-line quad core i7 processor. The X460 and its sibling X460DX, which features dual graphics card-switching, are smaller than one inch thick and weigh in at 4.4 pounds. MSI has packed these laptops with other premium features, such as support for a second internal hard drive.

  • Video: Facebook Video Calling launches

    Plus: We take a look inside the most advanced passenger jet in the sky and find out what one Swiss man is doing against PowerPoint.

  • News: ISPs Fight Piracy: Meet the Six Strikes

    The entertainment industry and major U.S. Internet Service Providers have concocted a new "six strikes" plan to combat, educate and punish people sharing copyrighted files online. Major entertainment companies including EMI, Sony Music, Sony Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal Music, Universal Studios, Walt Disney Studios, Warner Music, and Warner Bros. are betting that the new process could reduce illegal file sharing by as much as 70 percent.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending July 8

    This week's iPhone 5 rumor storm activity: high. The more we hear, the less we know.

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: I've got the power!

    Our latest roundup of iPhone 4 cases features pastel colors, better battery options, and European styling. Read on for the new protection products we've seen this week.

  • News: Research Firm: The Captive Model for Offshoring Is Thriving

    The offshore captive center hasn't died, it has just evolved, says the Everest Group. And it's here to stay.

  • News: Councils risk 'digital disconnect' with older citizens

    There is a potential "digital disconnect" between local authorities and older people as authorities race to provide council services online, according to a report.

  • News: Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 4 Improves on Earlier Versions

    When we reviewed the previous version of Ashampoo's Photo Optimizer, our tests showed that it was a decent though not stellar product. Its greatest weakness was a lack of image editing tools and special effects. With the new version 4.0, Ashampoo Photo Optimizer's feature set has been expanded, making it more fun and more useful.

  • News: Activism and Lulz Motivate Latest Rash of Hacks

    Two prominent hacker groups, Anonymous and LulzSec, have ignited increasing concern over computer security by staging spectacular attacks and data heists against large corporations and government websites. The two groups have pulled off more than 30 attacks in the past two months, taking down websites belonging to the U.S. Senate and the CIA, humbling the gargantuan company Sony, and compromising nearly 2 million user logins and IDs across the Web.

  • News: Resident Evil HD Remakes Will Be Games on Demand

    It seems due to a peculiarity of Microsoft's marketplace, the Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica remakes will each feature a full 1000G of Achievements to unlock.

  • News: Get Treasure Hunting with Good Old Games' Hidden Gem Sale

    Good Old Games is holding its own summer sale, and using the opportunity to highlight some of the lesser-known titles in its catalog.

  • News: Monkey Island Special Edition Collection Coming in September

    LucasArts has announced that it's bringing a double-pack containing both Monkey Island Special Edition games to retail this September.

  • News: Mad Catz Signs Game-Publishing Deal with Microsoft

    The well-known peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has reached an agreement with Microsoft to publish software for the Xbox 360.

  • News: How to enable cookies in Google Chrome

    When surfing the net, websites will leave little bits of information, known as cookies, stored on your PC. These cookies allow your browser to remember your login details or site preferences.

  • News: News International to launch Sun on Sunday website?

    News International could be preparing to replace the News of the World with the Sun on Sunday, after it was revealed that two related domain names had been registered earlier this week.

  • News: Who are all these hacker groups?

    Hacker groups that attack or steal—some estimates say there are as many as 6,000 of such groups online with about 50,000 "bad actors" around the world drifting in and out of them—are a threat, but the goals, methods, effectiveness of these groups varies widely.

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