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  • News: IBM develops 'atom processors'

    IBM has demonstrated how to perform certain computer functions on single atoms and molecules.

  • News: 3.5in touchscreen iPods coming tomorrow?

    The iPod rumour mill is going into overdrive ahead of the 'special announcement' due from Apple on Wednesday night. Macworld UK has put together a round-up of the most and least likely news at the event.

  • News: Freebie dupes users into giving away ID

    The personal details of thousands of mostly US-based PC users have been discovered stashed on a server located in France, another indication of use of the internet to collect personal data on a vast scale.

  • News: French blow for Microsoft's Office Open XML

    France has voted against the adoption of Microsoft's document format Office Open XML as an international standard, while Australia has decided to abstain.

  • News: Virgin Media outage hits London customers

    Virgin Media customers in North London have been left without broadband services twice since Friday, the company has confirmed.

  • News: DRAM finds a home in mobile phones

    The rapid uptake of smartphones has ensured the future of DRAM (dynamic RAM) in mobile handsets, where the chips are used in every unit shipped.

  • News: $100 laptop group denies new delay

    The company manufacturing the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) notebook played down the impact of component shortages, rebutting local reports that the shortages will affect supplies of the computer when it ships in October.

  • News: HD DVD player price cuts coming in Europe

    Vendors supporting HD DVD are cutting prices to boost their products, which are vying with Blu-ray disc technology to replace current DVD movie discs.

  • News: NBC pricing spat undermines Apple iTunes

    NBC Universal's pullout from iTunes is more of a loss for Apple and points to fierce resistance among media companies to potential Apple dominance of online video sales, an industry analyst said.

  • News: Hitachi's Blu-ray camcorder launching in Europe

    Hitachi will launch its Blu-ray Disc-based digital video camcorder in Europe in October, the company announced at the IFA international consumer electronics show in Berlin.

  • News: 60GB PS3 back in stock in the US

    Sony has restocked the 60GB PlayStation 3 (PS3) online in the US, although has confirmed that the console is reaching end-of-life.

  • News: Speculation over Microsoft/RIM deal

    Rumours that Microsoft may purchase BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) are likely just that because of RIM's high price tag, though there would be benefits for both parties if a deal were struck, according to analysts.

  • News: Google News boosted by newswire stories

    Google has taken another step in its continued attempts to improve its relationships with newswire services by announcing a plan to host full articles from news agencies on Google News pages.

  • News: Firms boost security budgets to combat Wi-Fi

    Businesses are being forced to increase investments in security to combat weaknesses in wireless networks, according to a new study, with some predicting spending will increase by up to 20 percent.

  • News: Clean your PC with our top 20 tools

    No matter how meticulous you are in limiting the number of free downloads you install on your PC or laptop, your computer will still get jam-packed with junk that restricts performance, clogs up your hard disk, and makes system crashes more likely.

  • News: Will World War 3 hit the web?

    When the Estonian government was hit with major, sustained denial-of-service attacks this spring, the headlines screamed that it was the first incident of modern cyber warfare.

  • News: Opinion: How to revolutionise the mobile phone

    You see them everywhere: Annoying people with Bluetooth earpieces permanently mounted on their ears, whether they're yakking on the phone or not. Imagine being able to leave your full-featured, pocket-size mobile phone behind if you choose, and carry only the earpiece from which you could at minimum make and receive phone calls.

  • News: Feature: Windows Vista SP1 explained

    After lots whispers, rumours from beta testers and confusing messages from Microsoft executives, Microsoft has finally revealed the full details about Windows Vista's first service pack. With that in mind, read our explainer to learn what's in the update, and find out whether now's the time to start planning your switch to Vista

  • News: YouTube rival gets $34m investment

    Paris-based video-sharing site Dailymotion has landed a fresh round of funding to help it compete with YouTube, which has been gaining strength in Europe since it launched local versions of its service in June.

  • News: Casio camera shoots 60 photos per second

    Casio has developed a digital still camera capable of shooting 60 photos per second at full resolution.

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