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  • News: Bullguard unveils latest version of internet security software

    Bullguard has unveiled Bullguard Internet Security 10, the latest versions of its PC security software.

  • Video: New MacBook Air models launched

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  • Video: Steve Jobs demonstrates FaceTime on Mac

    FaceTime software available for Macs with OS X 10.6

  • News: 85% of kids don't have parental controls on their mobile

    More than four in five (85 percent) of kids don't have parental controls activated on their mobile phones, says the Carphone Warehouse.

  • Video: Apple unveils iLife 11 features

    Updated features of iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand

  • News: Sex.com domain name sold for $13m

    The web's simplest sex-based domain name - sex.com - has been sold for a reported $13m.

  • News: 250,000 Germans ask to be removed from Google Street View

    Close to 250,000 German households have requested that Google scrub their homes from its Street View imagery program as the company nears launching the service in Germany amid continuing privacy concerns.

  • News: Tesco offering Samsung Galaxy Tab for £529

    Tesco has followed in the footsteps of the Carphone Warehouse and O2, buy announcing it will stock the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

  • News: 5 Criticisms of Mac App Store (And Why They're Wrong)

    The Mac App Store has the potential to breathe new life into the Mac platform. With Mac marketshare rising and there being a growing number of developers with skill in Objective-C from the iOS side of things, the time is definitely right for a centralized, and familiar-looking app delivery model for the Mac. However, since Apple released the Mac App Store guidelines similar to those for iOS, there has been a fair bit of criticism going around. Here are some of the criticisms I've seen and why they're wrong (or at the very least probably shortsighted).

  • News: HP Slate 500 tablet now available

    HP today announced that its highly anticipated HP Slate 500 tablet - the company's first such device - is now available for purchase.

  • News: Dell to release tablet with 10-inch screen in 2011

    Dell is developing a tablet with a 10-inch screen that will be released next year as it tries to expand its presence in the handheld market, the company said Thursday.

  • News: Baidu's profits grow as Google's share falls in China

    China's largest search engine, Baidu, doubled its net profit in the third quarter as it continued to take market share from Google.

  • News: Sharp scaling back on laptops to focus on tablets

    Sharp is scaling back its laptop PC operations and will focus resources on its recently announced Galapagos tablet PC and mobile terminals, the company said Friday.

  • News: Shockwave bug is critical, Adobe warns

    Adobe warned Thursday of a critical bug in its Shockwave Player that affects both Windows and Macintosh PCs.

  • News: GE privacy chief: women must change for career success

    Leading women in information security careers came together this week for the 8th annual Executive Women's Forum, an event launched in 2002 by recruiting firm Alta Associates to provide women in the field with a place to network and exchange ideas and advice. This year's keynote speaker, Nuala O'Connor Kelly, chief privacy leader and senior counsel with General Electric, spoke not about how women can manage risk and innovate for employers, but how they can manage risk and innovate as a person to elevate their career.

  • News: Windows Phone 7 reviews: too little, too late

    The first reviews of Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 are in. Smartphones running the new OS will soon join the millions of iPhone and Android phones, but do they stand a chance? Reviewers are sceptical about the immediate success of Windows Phone 7 devices, as they are missing too many features, but still see a chance for Microsoft's shiny new user interface.

  • News: Server attack disrupts Minecraft

    On his blog, Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson explained that an attack on the server is the cause of the game's multiplayer being unavailable, adding that he isn't sure why his game was under attack.

  • News: Internet users to reach two billion by year's end

    The number of Internet users is expected to hit the two billion mark by the end of the year with most of the growth coming from developing countries, according to the latest report of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

  • News: Older workers drive social networking in the office

    Think those young workers, fresh out of college, all shiny and idealistic are driving the use of social networking at your company? Well, think again.

  • News: Happy Birthday Windows 7: Anniversary Stats

    Microsoft is everyone's favorite whipping boy, but it did get something right when it introduced Windows 7, which celebrates its one year anniversary Friday. Over the past year the Redmond gang has sold 240 million licenses of Windows 7. That makes the operating system - that replaced dismal Vista - the fastest selling OS in history, according to its makers. Here are some other fun numbers from Microsoft about Windows 7.



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