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  • News: Old hard drives must be destroyed

    Identity thieves could be tempted by the huge number of hard drives that are being dumped with confidential data intact, says Which? Computing.

  • News: Toshiba launches new Blu-ray rival

    Toshiba has released details of a new service that will allow consumers to download movies and music onto flash memory cards using special self-service kiosks.

  • News: Windows 7: the public beta explained

    Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that Windows 7, the follow-on and follow-up operating system to Vista, was being made available in public beta today.

  • News: Sony powers new mobile music system

    Mobile provider of unlimited music services Omnifone is partnering with media-management company Gracenote to provide easy integration of a consumer's personal music collection with an unlimited music subscription service and synchronization of both across personal devices -from mobile phones to desktop PCs, home entertainment systems and in-car stereos.

  • News: Sony unveils bendable OLED screen

    After launching its first OLED TV, the XEL-1, at last year's CES, Sony chose this year's show to unveil a flexible colour OLED screen, designed to be used in portable devices.

  • News: Amazon phishing warning

    Amazon customers are being targeted by cyber criminals, with a new wave of email phishing attacks aimed at stealing their account details.

  • News: Latest Microsoft patch fixes just one bug

    Microsoft will patch just one bug in its first security release of 2009.

  • News: Plastic Logic show ultra-thin eBook Reader

    Plastic Logic is hoping to make a big impression with its new eReader technology at this year's CES show in Las Vegas. Its stylish eReader is a large flat display measuring 8.5x11in and is just a few millimetres thin.

  • News: Viewsonic to launch two all-in-one PCs

    Monitor maker Viewsonic is to enter the all-in-one PC market with the launch of the VPC 100. Available initially in the US, the Viewsonic VPC100 will have an 18.5in LCD screen and run off a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor.

  • News: Palm finally hits back at iPhone with Palm Pre

    Palm has launched a touchscreen smartphone along with a brand-new WebOS operating system and an "intelligent" cohesive contact management setup called Synergy

  • News: CEA: Consumers don't trust green claims

    More than half of consumers think companies exaggerate their green credentials in a bid to encourage purchases, says the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

  • News: Intel predicts 20 percent profit loss

    Intel has revealed it expects profits to fall by 23 percent in the last quarter of its 2008 financial year due to falling demand for computer processors.

  • News: Terrorists recruit using social networks

    Researchers have warned that Al Qaeda is targeting online forums in a bid recruit new members to their terrorist mission.

  • News: Convert iTunes purchases to MP3

    Despite Apple making its music downloads DRM-free, they're still in the limited AAC format, rather than free-loving MP3. So your iTunes downloads won't play in many phones, PDAs, MP3 players and so on. It's easy to convert them all to MP3.

  • Video: CES: Hardcore Computer dunks its Reactor PC in liquid

    Everyone knows that computers and liquids don't mix but Hardcore Computer is challenging that at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: ITV Player comes to Virgin TV customers

    ITV is following in the footsteps of the BBC iPlayer by making content from its catch-up service ITV Player available to Virgin Media digital TV customers.

  • News: Average UK broadband speed is 3.6Mbps

    The average broadband speed in the UK is 3.6Mbps, says Ofcom.

  • News: New Eee PC features swivel touchscreen

    Asus has launched a new version of its hugely popular Eee PC netbook, which features an 8.9in touchscreen that swivels and folds down to create a tablet PC.

  • News: Beatles podcast pulled after two days

    Norwegian broadcasting corporation NRK has stopped offering downloadable podcasts of songs by the Beatles, because of a licensing issue.

  • News: Facebook reaches 150m member milestone

    Despite a predictions that web users were beginning to tire of social networks, it appears Facebook's popularity is continuing to rise. The social networking site has just reached the 150 million member mark.

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