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  • News: eBay sells StumbleUpon back to founders

    The founders of web recommendation site StumbleUpon have bought it back from eBay, making the company independent again after nearly two years.

  • News: Twitter exposed by weekend worms

    Twitter was hit with at least three different worm attacks that started on Saturday and continued into Sunday, the micro-blogging service acknowledged as it promised users it would review its coding practices.

  • News: Microsoft Office 2007 SP2 coming this month

    Microsoft has announced that it will start pushing Office 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2) to customers this month.

  • News: YouTube disables user uploads and comments

    Google has disabled user uploads and comments on the Korean version of its YouTube video portal in reaction to a new law that requires the real name of a contributor be listed along each contribution they make.

  • News: The 10 best Bluetooth gadgets

    These days, almost every conceivable gadget comes with Bluetooth - from your laptop to your mobile phone. Named after 10th-century King Harald Bluetooth, who was temporarily able to unite several warring Scandinavian tribes, Bluetooth is a protocol for short-range wireless communications.

  • News: 25 technology products: gone but not forgotten

    We've rounded up the 25 best tech products that may be long gone, but we'll never forget them. How have they managed to hang on for so long?

  • News: China denies cyberattacks on US power grid

    Malware attacks from China and Russia designed to shut down the US electrical grid in a time of war did not occur, China said Thursday.

  • News: Middle-aged Tweeters behind Twitter's traffic surge

    Twitter is not just for kids, according to a new ComScore study. The number of people using Twitter in February jumped a dramatic 700 percent compared to the same month last year, reported ComScore.

  • News: AMD launches Fusion Media Explorer browser

    AMD has released a beta of a new 3D browser, which is designed to let users easily share multimedia files stored on their PCs with social networks such as Facebook

  • News: Microsoft restructures Live Labs research group

    Microsoft is restructuring its Live Labs research group, sending about half the researchers to work within product groups at the company.

  • News: Critical Excel fix coming next week

    Microsoft plans to release eight updates next week, including a likely fix for an Excel bug that has been used by cybercriminals.

  • News: Facebook stops users sharing Pirate Bay links

    Facebook had pulled the 'Share on Facebook' button that allowed users of controversial BitTorrent search engine, The Pirate Bay, to post links on the social networking site.

  • News: Photos: Inside a Nintendo Game Boy

    One of Nintendo's most popular handheld gaming console's - the Game Boy - celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. Since its launch, the Game Boy series of handhelds has sold over 100 million units. To celebrate its anniversary, I did what I always do: I tore one apart for the education and amusement of you my dear reader.

  • News: Price of Google Apps increases in UK

    UK users of Google Apps - the search engine's hosted suite of collaboration, messaging and office productivity services, will be paying more to use the service, after Google revealed it wants to bring pricing in-line with the US.

  • News: Conficker's back and attacking more PCs

    Security researchers say the Conficker worm has been reprogrammed to strengthen its defences while also trying to attack more machines.

  • News: Chip revenue in massive fall, Gartner says

    The recession continues to weigh on the worldwide semiconductor industry, which recorded a giant revenue drop in the first quarter of 2009, Gartner said on Wednesday.

  • News: Wii Sports follow-up coming this summer

    Wii Sports Resort, the sequel to the hugely successful Wii Sports game, will go on sale this June in Japan and a month later overseas, the game's designer said today.

  • News: Acer trialing Google Android on desktop PC

    Acer has revealed it is currently working on a desktop PC that uses Google Android as its operating system.

  • News: Microsoft forced to ramp up patching cycle

    Microsoft was forced to pick up the patching pace in the second half of 2008, the company has admitted, as it fixed 67 percent more flaws and released 17 percent more security updates than it had in the first six months of the year.

  • News: Microsoft fined €9m over Office price fixing

    Germany has fined Microsoft €9 million for illegally pressing a retailer to sell its Office productivity software for a certain price, one of the country's competition authorities said.



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