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  • News: 8 free online tools to organise your life

    When you can barely make out the note you scribbled on the back of that coffee-stained receipt, and you haven't turned over the wall calendar's page since mid-2007, it's time to get organised with digital tools. Nowadays the best place to find personal organiser software isn't necessarily on the desktop, it's on the web.

  • News: Know your consumer rights

    Many of us struggle to comprehend the complexities of the UK’s consumer-protection legislation but, worryingly, it’s not just consumers to whom that statement applies. According to a recent report from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), many online retailers are ignorant of the laws that apply to their businesses.

  • News: Battle of the botnets: is your PC up to no good?

    Botnets are networks of computers that have fallen under the control of cybercriminals, capable of accumulating revenues of millions of pounds per year – and it's possible that your PC be 'one of the gang' without your knowledge.

  • News: Nike prepares iPhone, iPod touch running gear

    Contradicting reports of a thawing relationship between Apple and Nike, the sportswear company has unveiled more plans for the firms' Nike + iPod initiative.

  • News: Windows on brink of collapse, analysts warn

    Gartner analysts have warned that Microsoft must make radical changes to its "collapsing" Windows operating system or risk becoming a has-been.

  • News: US presidential election at mercy of hackers

    The electronic voting machines that will be used to pick a new US president this year can be hacked.

  • News: Attacks begin against 'critical' Windows bugs

    Hackers are working around the clock to exploit a critical Windows vulnerability that was patched on Tuesday, security researchers warn.

  • News: Apple updates Final Cut Studio

    Apple has released an update for Final Cut Studio 2.0, its professional video suite

  • News: Analysis: Intel spills Apple's future product secrets

    Apple's famed for its secrecy when it comes to new products in the same way that Intel's known for its openness. So with the partnership between the two companies well under way, we find out whether we'll remain in the dark when it comes to new Apple products.

  • News: Antimalware filters 'are damaging businesses'

    Up to 80 percent of the websites that antivirus and search-engine indexes flag as dangerous are in fact legitimate businesses, security experts have warned.

  • News: Europe rejects plan to criminalise file-sharing

    The European Parliament rejected attempts to criminalise the sharing of files by private individuals, and threw out the idea of banning copyright abusers from the internet, in a plenary vote on Thursday.

  • News: Free music boosts Last.fm sales

    Last.fm claims the introduction of free music streaming on its music-focused social-networking service has boosted music sales among its partners.

  • News: Details of first Centrino 2 laptop leaked online

    Details of the first few processors belonging to Intel's Centrino 2 mobile platform have been leaked on the site of Australian PC maker Pioneer Computers, pre-empting Intel's official launch of the platform at the middle of this year.

  • News: Analysis: OOXML approval is just the beginning

    The International Organisation for Standardisation's approval of Microsoft's OOXML as an international standard is just the beginning of what could be a lengthy process before the file format can be widely and successfully implemented for exchanging documents, according to critics and supporters of OOXML.

  • News: RM inks exclusive deal to sell HP 2133 Mini-Note

    RM today announced that it is the sole UK distributor for the HP 2133 Mini-Note laptop.

  • News: ICO: Phorm must require users to opt-in

    Online advertising system Phorm will be required to ask users to opt-in for it to be legal, reports the Information Commissioner's Office.

  • News: Video: How to boost Vista's performance

    If you're tired of Vista's sluggish performance, follow these tips and techniques to speed up your operating system's responsiveness.

  • News: Infineon chip could enable 3G iPhone

    Apple has released a third beta version of its iPhone software developers kit (SDK) that suggests a change in chips that may confirm a 3G iPhone will be with us this summer.

  • News: Yahoo uses Google Adsense to fight Microsoft

    Yahoo will test displaying Google search ads in a small number of its search engine queries, a move likely to be interpreted as the latest in a series of Yahoo manoeuvres to resist Microsoft's acquisition attempt.

  • News: Seven 'critical' Adobe Flash patches released

    Adobe's Flash Player has been updated, with seven fixes tackling vulnerabilities in the graphics and video software widely used for interactive web pages and banner advertisements.



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