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  • News: George Bush hit in face 50m times

    The objective of a new online game is to hit George Bush in the face with a carefully aimed shoe as he ducks and dives around the screen. So far, 47,171,895 shoes have successfully hit Bush in the face.

  • News: Mozilla slams Microsoft for browser speed disinterest

    Firefox developer Mozilla has launched an attack on Microsoft for dismissing attempts to boost browser performance as merely a "drag race," but defended its now 'more complicated' relationship with former partner Google.

  • News: Can Google Apps beat Microsoft Office?

    While upgrades over the past year that focused on evolving and securing the online tools for corporate users, Google Apps Premier Edition (GAPE), the vendor's productivity suite targeted at businesses, has proven worthy in certain situations, most involving Google Docs, Video and Sites; and email security and compliance.

  • News: Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds laptop has two screens

    Lenovo has shaken up the laptop market by unveiling a two-headed ThinkPad, boasting two screens.

  • News: Samsung NC20 laptop 'Nano-powered'

    Samsung is reportedly planning to introduce a laptop based on Via Technologies' low-power Nano processor.

  • News: 2008: Storage needs up 60 percent

    The storage story of 2008 was growth: An accelerating explosion of information, much of it in the form of video, led IT administrators to try to make better use of their capacity and staff.

  • News: Underwater earthquake shatters Europe/Asia Internet

    Internet and telephone traffic between Europe and the Middle East and Asia was hampered Friday after three major underwater data lines were cut.

  • News: Updating glitch for Mac OS X Leopard confirmed

    Apple has confirmed a glitch that prevents some users from updating their Mac OS X Leopard machines using the built-in software update mechanism.

  • News: Watchdog: Google should offer 'opt-out' for personal data

    The nonprofit group US Consumer Watchdog has asked that Google give users of its search engine the ability to 'opt out' of leaving personal data, such as IP addresses, on Google's servers.

  • News: LG screen optimised for viewing outdoors

    LG Display has developed an LCD module that it says looks as good outdoors in sunlight ads it does indoors and plans to unveil it CES in January in Las Vegas.

  • News: 'Revolutionary' Sony Vaio laptop to debut at CES

    A "revolutionary" Sony Vaio laptop is set to launch at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, after Sony launched a teaser campaign for the new product.

  • News: A novices guide to Ubuntu Linux

    The most popular distribution of Linux is Intrepid Ibex or Ubuntu Linux 8.10, not least because installation software and hardware compatibility has vastly improved.

  • News: The 10 best DRM-free music providers

    When it comes to digital audio files, there's no three words more guaranteed to start a firey debate than Digital Rights Management. One of the biggest complaints about music purchased from online giants like iTunes is that those stores (largely) encumber tracks with digital rights management (DRM) software that restricts how and where you play the music you purchase.

  • News: 2008 Viral Videos: The best from the US

    One of the most popular elements of the web, is the viral video. Many of them have made us cry with laughter, so we've rounded up the top 9 viral comedy videos of 2008. based on number of views, from data gathered by TubeMogul.

  • News: 18 great fighting games for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360

    When it comes to gaming, there's no doubt that fighting games are popular. Whether its Mortal Kombat II or Tekken 5, you're sure to have a favourite fighting game. We've rounded up the 18 best ever fighting games. Read on to see what made the list.

  • News: BBC iPlayer now available on Mac and Linux

    Mac and Linux versions of BBC iPlayer are now available, after the BBC finally made the online TV tool available for operating systems other than Windows

  • News: Online TV firm Joost kills desktop app

    Video-streaming site Joost is shutting down its desktop application and turning all of its attention to its Flash-based site. As of today, the program will cease to function.

  • News: Gates Foundation spends $7m on fast web access

    The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded nearly $7m to fund a pilot programme aimed at helping public libraries in seven US states get faster internet connections.

  • News: New Norton Internet Security for Mac released

    Symantec has launched a major upgrade for its Norton line of security software for Macs.

  • News: Toshiba to demo 512GB SSDs next month

    Toshiba plan to start offering samples of 512GB solid-state drives, which could make their way to laptops and other devices by mid- or late 2009.



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