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  • News: Adobe to surpass Office is biggest hacker target

    Adobe's Flash and Acrobat Reader products will become the preferred targets for criminal hackers in 2010, surpassing Microsoft Office applications, a security vendor predicted this week.

  • News: Nokia steps up patent battle with Apple

    Nokia fired the latest salvo in its ongoing patent dispute with Apple, saying Tuesday that it has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission charging that Apple infringes its patents "in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players and computers."

  • News: Google Nexus One phone coming on Jan 5th?

    Google has sent out invitations to members of the press for a Google Android event at Google's Mountain View, California campus on January 5th.

  • News: Proof! Apple's Steve Jobs is world's top CEO

    The latest issue of Harvard Business Review contains a feature article on the best performing CEOs in the world. And Apple's chief Steve Jobs tops the list of the nearly 2,000 executives included in the study.

  • News: Review of the decade: top 15 tech events

    For the ten-year span that started in 2000, turbulence was the name of the game in high tech. Fortunes were made and lost, everyday users took control of the reins, and technology-watching became a spectator sport. It was a chaotic time, but it was seldom dull. Here, then, is a look at the decade that was: the highlights and lowlights, the booms and busts, the fizzles and sizzles.

  • News: Researchers hack mobile phone GSM calls

    Computer security researchers say that the GSM phones used by the majority of the world's mobile-phone users can be listened in on with just a few thousand dollars worth of hardware and some free open-source tools.

  • News: 2009 year in review: Microsoft

    2009 was a big year for Microsoft. Bill Gates passed the baton on to CEO Steve Ballmer, the company launched a new OS and search engine and updated its gaming hardware. See our video report on the last 12 months

  • News: Massive web archive planned for libraries

    The UK government is fast-tracking new legal powers to allow the British Library to archive millions of websites.

  • News: Psystar dodges Apple legal with Linux ploy

    Mac clone maker Psystar last week indefinitely suspended sales of its only product, a $50 utility that lets customers install Apple's Snow Leopard operating system on generic Intel-based computers.

  • News: Toshiba develops mobile translation system

    Toshiba has developed a trilingual translation system with voice recognition and synthesis that's compact and light enough to be installed in a mobile phone.

  • News: Fake antivirus & smartphone attacks are 2010's top threats

    The rise of the Conficker worm and Heartland Payment Systems' enormous data breach were two defining security events in 2009. What's in store for 2010?

  • News: 2009 Year in Review: Hottest tech prototypes

    PC Advisor TV looks back at some of the coolest prototype technology of the year.

  • News: HDMI spec to add support for 3D TV

    HDMI Consortium is preparing to add 3D support to its latest 1.4 specification, which could bring 3D gaming and movie watching to high-definition TVs.

  • News: iPhone, Palm Pre & Android make 2010 year of the mobile

    Despite a lagging economy that continues to drag down the market, 2010 promises to be an exciting year in mobile, analysts say.

  • Video: 2009 Year in Review: Hottest prototype technology

    We look back at some of the coolest prototype technology of the year.

  • News: 40 tips for Google Android phone users

    Google Android phones are fairly different to other smartphones available. They're open source, fully customisable,and free from unexplained app rejections.

  • News: Intel's Core i3 chip CES launch leaked

    Details of Intel's next-generation laptop Core i3 processor have been leaked by a US online retailer ahead of the product's official launch.

  • News: 2010: The year of geo-location

    Twitter's acquisition of Mixer Labs, a service that helps developers build location-aware applications, shows that the company hopes to make location broadcasting an important part of its service.

  • News: Apple Mac Tablet set for January 26 launch

    Apple is reportedly holding a media event in San Francisco on January 26, where the company is expected to make a major product announcement - and reports that it will be about the company's much-rumoured Mac Tablet.

  • News: Sony PlayStation fights back at Nintendo Wii

    Sony's PlayStation 3 got a boost from last week's launch of "Final Fantasy XIII" as Japanese consumers snapped up special-edition consoles to give the PS3 its best week since a relaunch several months ago, according to data released on Friday.



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