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  • Video: World Technology Update - 15 May 2009

    The European Commission fines Intel, iRobot ships bots to the battlefield, a Thai hospital boosts safety with robots and eye tracking systems go open source.

  • News: Panasonic reports $4bn loss

    Panasonic revealed a loss of $4bn for the 2008 financial year.

  • News: Google 'embarrassed' over massive outage

    Google has revealed re-routed traffic is to blame for an outage that left its main search engine and news service unavailable to millions of users yesterday

  • News: Google courts Hotmail & Yahoo Mail users

    Google hopes to steal webmail users from Microsoft and Yahoo with a new tool that's designed to make migrating from Yahoo Mail and Hotmail to Gmail more straightforward.Gmail import tool simplifies webmail switching

  • News: Criminals capitalise on fake Facebook pages

    Cybercriminals are increasing efforts to mislead web surfers by flooding the internet with URLs that include words like FaceBook, MySpace and Twitter, according to Websense.

  • News: New Dell Mini 10 netbook costs just £200

    Dell has announced a new netbook, the Inspiron Mini10v, a similar model to the company's previous offering, the plain Dell Mini 10. The big difference is price, which drops to £200 in the cheapest Ubuntu Linux version.

  • News: Sony posts first annual loss in 14 years

    Sony has reported a loss for its fiscal year ended 31 March, hit by the slowdown of the global economy, the appreciation of the yen, and a decline in the Japanese stock market.

  • News: Patch Adobe Reader now, experts warn

    Adobe has patched a zero-day vulnerability in its popular Adobe Reader software, marking the second time in three months that it delivered an update on the same day Microsoft issued its monthly fixes.

  • News: Japan forces Google climbdown on Street View

    Following reports that Google's Street View camera cars have been banned in Greece and chased out of a village in England it now appears that Japan has attacked the service.

  • News: Marketing experts don't get' Twitter, Facebook, etc

    Two-thirds of marketing experts have admitted that they don't understand social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook despite agreeing that it is here to stay.

  • News: UK company launches Amazon Kindle killer

    Move over, Kindle, a new e-book reader is in town - and it's coming from a newcomer to the consumer electronics universe. UK company Interead is the first beyond heavyweights Amazon and Sony to offer both a hardware reader and a sales pipeline for acquiring ebook content. And while its initial offerings - the Cool-er E-book reader and coolerbooks.com - are a little rough around the edges, together they offer a viable, no-frills alternative to Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader.

  • News: 10% of UK PCs infected after surfing adult sites

    One in ten Brits have picked up a computer virus by visiting adult sites, says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • News: MSI to launch new MacBook Air killers

    MSI yesterday introduced two new slim, light laptops - the 14in X-Slim X400 and the 15in X-Slim X600 - set to launch later this year.

  • News: BT axes 15,000 jobs

    BT is to axe a further 15,000 jobs this year, reducing its staff by 10 percent.

  • News: Next-generation iPhone specs 'revealed'

    A forum poster on a Chinese Apple website recently published what he claimed to be the specs for Apple's upcoming iPhone model.

  • News: O2 users cut back on calls, new phones

    O2 today announced that the amount of money it made from each UK customer in the past quarter has dipped by 3.6 percent. The company said this represented better value for its customers, as O2 has carried just under 12.8 billion minutes of calls in the period - a 17.5 percent increase.

  • News: Virgin to add 500,000 buildings to cable network

    In the first significant expansion of UK cable coverage this century, Virgin Media is to connect around half a million more premises to its network - including 50,000 homes and businesses to be connected in 2009.

  • News: Govt promises fast mobile broadband for all

    Government advisor Kip Meek yesterday published a report proposing radical changes to the mobile broadband spectrum in an attempt to offer fast internet connectivity to all corners of the country.

  • News: Vodafone kills data-roaming charges for the summer

    Vodafone has revealed its customers will be able to send text and pictures massages as well as make phone calls from abroad for the same price as in the UK, this summer.

  • News: Microsoft slammed over 'irresponsible disclosure'

    A security researcher has called foul on Microsoft for doing exactly what it has criticised hackers over for years: revealing information that can be used to hijack computers before a patch is available.

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