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  • News: Microsoft: Yahoo wrong to reject $44.6bn takeover

    Microsoft has labelled Yahoo's decision to snub its $44.6bn offer offer for the company as "unfortunate" because time is of the essence to tackle the growing dominance of Google.

  • News: Dell to launch Penryn-based Inspiron laptops

    Dell plans to launch several Inspiron laptops featuring Intel's new 45-nanometre Penryn processors in the next few weeks, according to a spokesperson for the company.

  • News: 3G iPhone coming this summer?

    The 3G iPhone could be with us by the summer, according to a financial analyst who said that waning inventory of Apple's current model and the increasing demand in Europe for 3G products could be a sign that the handset maker is preparing the first major iPhone upgrade.

  • News: Nokia unveils successor to popular N95

    Nokia has introduced the successor to its popular N95 mobile phone, the N96, featuring a slightly larger screen, as well as an upgraded mapping program.

  • News: Intel builds chip for MacBook Air-killers

    Intel has shrunk another processor that will be incorporated into new ultra-thin laptops, possibly creating competition for the processor it developed for the MacBook Air ultra-thin laptop.

  • News: Netflix dumps HD DVD and goes Blu-ray-only

    Movie rental firm Netflix has announced it will only stock only Blu-ray Disc and drop the HD DVD format, claiming the industry has already picked a winner in the next-generation DVD wars.

  • News: Official: Yahoo dismisses Microsoft bid

    Yahoo has officially rejected Microsoft's $44.6bn cash-and-stock offer, saying the unsolicited proposal substantially undervalues the company.

  • News: Mobile phone companies warned over prices

    Once again, mobile-phone operators have come under fire for the charges users are subject to when texting and surfing the web abroad.

  • News: Mozilla patches 11 Firefox bugs

    Mozilla has patched Firefox to fix 11 bugs, including one from three weeks ago that posed a threat to users who had installed any of the more than 600 add-ons for the open-source browser.

  • News: New version of Windows XP SP3 launched

    Microsoft has released another build of Windows XP SP3 to a closed-set group of testers. "This release catches the build up on previously released hotfixes and responds to critical feedback from previous betas," said a Microsoft spokesperson.

  • News: Fasthosts vs Microsoft over £5 Office 2007

    Fasthosts’ new ‘software-as-a-service’ package offering Microsoft Office for £5 per month has been thrown into doubt, after the software giant claimed the service infringes its licensing regulations.

  • News: MySpace support added to Flock web browser

    Flock has added MySpace support to its Mozilla-based social web browser that allows users to monitor what is happening on their favourite social networks while they surf the web.

  • News: Sony launches first Windows Mobile phone

    Sony Ericsson is to launch its first Windows Mobile handset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Until now, Sony Ericsson has primarily used the Symbian operating system to power its smartphones.

  • News: LiMo Linux phones coming from Motorola & LG

    The LiMo Foundation plans to announce 18 mobile phones based on its platform - from manufacturers including Motorola, LG, NEC, Panasonic and Samsung, among others - at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today.

  • News: Yahoo to snub Microsoft takeover

    Yahoo is to reject Microsoft's $44bn takeover bid, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

  • News: Samsung launches multimedia smartphone chip

    Samsung Electronics is launching a new mobile-phone chip that combines a 667MHz processor core with hardware acceleration for multimedia, including 3D graphics and video.

  • News: AMD vs Intel: The future of desktop CPUs

    It’s the epic, age-old battle that just keeps being resurrected. Chip-giant Intel and the underdog Advanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD) go head-to-head for desktop dominance. So what will 2008 hold for desktop processors?

  • News: February's coolest gadgets revealed

    February sees the world's first commercially available thin TVs, as well as a DivX-enabled mobile phone and Sony's latest DSLR range.

  • News: PC Advisor's 30 great Valentine's day gifts

    It's not too late spoil your loved one this 14 February. Whether you're aiming to woo a new flame or simply keep the home fires burning, we've got technological gifts both large and small that will make you popular this Valentine's day.

  • News: All you need to know about Wikipedia

    An online encyclopedia, which launched with an English language version in 2001, has become the world's largest ever encyclopedia reports Encyclopedia Britannica. Wikipedia went live in January 2001 and was quickly followed by French, German, Catalan and Swedish versions.



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