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  • News: Does Sophos tool cure Windows shortcut attacks?

    Sophos released a tool on Monday that it claimed will block any attacks trying to exploit the critical unpatched vulnerability in Windows' shortcut files.

  • News: Yahoo Japan chooses Google search over Bing

    Google has secured a deal to provide search results and related advertising to Yahoo Japan, Japan's most popular Web site, the two companies said Tuesday.

  • News: Ask.com to focus on community answers

    Ask.com hopes to tap the knowledge of its end users to provide better answers for people who ask questions at its website, the company will announce Tuesday.

  • News: Lenovo launches entry-level server systems

    Lenovo announced some new entry-level servers on Tuesday, continuing its effort to become a bigger player in the server market.

  • News: HTC forced to swap from AMOLED to SLCD displays

    HTC on Monday announced it would use Super LCD (SLCD) display technology from Sony on its latest batch of mobile phones, replacing AMOLED screens supplied by Samsung. The move comes as shortages of HTC devices such as the HTC Desire forced the company to find an alternative to replenish its stocks. HTC announced the decision in a press release published by the website SlashGear.

  • News: OPINION: Not such a bad month for Apple

    Apple ridiculed over Antennagate and iPhone 4’s Grip of Death. It’s not all bad news.

  • News: Dell dumps Ubuntu PCs from website

    Despite previously claiming that Linux systems are safer than those running Windows, PC maker Dell has stopped selling computers pre-installed with the Ubuntu operating system via its website - the principle source of orders for the company

  • News: HMV takes on iTunes with 40p music downloads

    HMV hopes to spark a price war with Apple's iTunes with a new download store - hmvdigital - offering 10 million songs and every UK Top 40 track for just 40p each.

  • News: Royal family launches Flickr collection

    The Royal Family has a Flickr collection, which allows the public to view pictures from private photo albums, and behind the scenes shots from royal ceremonies.

  • Video: Twitter CEO Evan Williams speaks in Tokyo

    Twitter boss addresses users at Tweetup Japan 2010

  • News: iPads to overtake netbooks by 2012

    With its iPad capturing 6 percent of the portable PC segment in the second quarter of 2010 Apple will continue lead the media tablet market through at least 2011 largely because of the lack of innovation in the netbook market.

  • News: Daily Star apologises for GTA Raoul Moat story

    The Daily Star has apologised for the story it published last week about the apparant creation of a video game entitled 'Grand Theft Auto Rothbury', intended as a cash-in following the Raoul Moat case.

  • News: Govt clamps down on sales of stolen mobile phones

    Roughly 100,000 stolen UK mobile phone handsets are being sold every year in a business that is worth around £4 million. And because stolen mobile phones are blocked from use on UK networks, legitimate recycling firms are the ones doing the selling.

  • News: Nuance launches Dragon Dictation 2 for iPhone, iPad

    Nuance Communications on Friday released version 2.0 of its popular Dragon Dictation app for the iPhone and iPad, adding the ability to send dictated messages to social networking services.

  • News: iPhone users hit by shock data-roaming charges

    Some Apple iPhone users have received hefty bills after foreign trips, despite switching off data-roaming.

  • News: Las Vegas awaits influx of Black Hat crackers

    If you have plans to travel to Las Vegas next week, you may want to cancel them. Why? Because the city will be crawling with hackers attending a "Black Hat" conference on electronic security. The sponsors of the events describe them as "highly technical information security conferences that bring together thought leaders from all facets of the infosec world - from the corporate and government sectors to academic and even underground researchers."

  • News: Mozilla patches latest Firefox flaw

    For the second time in two months, Mozilla on Friday rushed out a fix for Firefox to patch a problem with a browser update issued just days before.

  • News: IE8 Smartscreen Filter stops one billionth malware download

    Internet Explorer 8's Smartscreen Filter, used to secure users from dodgy websites, has stopped its one billionth malware download, Microsoft has proudly announced.

  • News: Mozilla shows off new Firefox tab interface

    Future versions of Firefox are set to adopt a new tab design that will transform the browser's interface, a senior Mozilla developer has announced.

  • News: Most businesses use cloud computing

    Most businesses now use some element of cloud computing according to research from Mimecast. However, security concerns remain a barrier to adoption, however 57 percent of cloud users say that moving to the technology has actually improved security.

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