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  • News: Thieves use VoIP for phishing attacks

    Taking advantage of the low cost of VoIP (Voice over IP) technology, thieves have now begun luring victims to fake automated call centres via a new kind of phishing attack.

  • News: Microsoft stepping up search research in China

    Facing pressure from Google and local-language rivals such as Baidu, Microsoft is seeking to distinguish itself again in China's competitive search market by expanding and refining its offerings.

  • News: Google promotes Firefox

    Mozilla's Firefox was recently promoted on one of the world's most popular web pages, Google.com's homepage, as the open-source browser continues its David-vs-Goliath battle against Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

  • News: BBC plans for on-demand future

    The BBC has launched several initiatives as a result of a year-long research project aimed at embracing emerging technologies, including a competition to recreate its homepage, the company said yesterday.

  • News: IE bug 'puts patched Windows systems at risk'

    Microsoft is investigating a zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer that could put fully patched Windows systems at risk of takeover.

  • News: Vonage and The Cloud in Wi-Fi calling deal

    Incumbent telecoms companies face renewed pressure to adjust business models, as the first wave of VoIP communications hits UK shores.

  • News: Microsoft gets into social-networking

    Microsoft is entering the social-networking market currently led by Friendster and News Corporation's MySpace.com with its own entry, Wallop.

  • News: Firefox backers aim to 'destroy' IE

    Self-styled 'political activists' in Massachusetts have started a campaign to get web-users to switch from Microsoft's Internet Explorer to Mozilla's Firefox browser.

  • News: Fast reveals aggressive antitheft plans

    Fast – the Federation Against Software Theft – has warned that it's about to launch an initiative to track down users of stolen software.

  • News: Microsoft debuts latest Explorer beta

    Microsoft today launched a beta version of its Internet Explorer 7.0 browser, emphasising updated security features designed to defeat security problems that plagued earlier editions.

  • News: eBay Express opens its doors

    eBay has launched a preview version of eBay Express, a site that is more conventional than its online marketplace and that the company's largest and most experienced merchants were eagerly awaiting.

  • News: Google, Yahoo expand search market share

    Google and Yahoo increased their market share in the online search arena as Microsoft's MSN slipped, according to Nielsen NetRatings.

  • News: More Mac OS X vulnerabilities revealed

    A security researcher has released code that exploits a number of recently discovered and unpatched bugs in Mac OS X.

  • News: Microsoft, EC ready for showdown

    As their now infamous antitrust case comes to a head this week in a Luxembourg courtroom, the one ally both Microsoft and the European Commission need is time.

  • News: Microsoft to re-issue buggy security patch

    Microsoft plans to re-issue a security patch for its Windows operating system that caused serious headaches for some users.

  • News: 'Huge opportunities' in mobile search

    Microsoft hopes to establish itself as a leading provider of mobile search services with the introduction of a set of technologies currently being tested, a company executive said today.

  • News: Chinese users want Google to pick another name

    Some Chinese internet users aren't happy with Google's recently announced Chinese name, and they've started an online petition to express their displeasure.

  • News: eBay takes fight to Google

    Google's recent launch of a product-listings service with an online payment system has eBay on red alert and seeking to defend itself through partnerships with Yahoo or Microsoft.

  • News: Apple blogger case heard by court

    In a case that could have broad implications for journalists everywhere, Apple argued yesterday that its subpoena of the ISP of an online news website should be allowed to go forward.

  • News: Microsoft plans online storage service

    Microsoft is working on an online storage service that appears to be aimed at a service called Gdrive in development at Google, according to sources familiar with Microsoft's plans.

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