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  • News: Wi-Fi set up too difficult', says survey

    A recent consumer survey conducted by ABI Research has found that while most owners of home networks find their equipment works reasonably well, they would be willing to upgrade if that resulted in easier troubleshooting.

  • Video: Sony launches Sony PSP Go

    At E3 in Los Angeles this week Sony announced its newest handheld game system called the Sony PSP Go. Sony also launched two online download services.

  • Video: Microsoft's Project Natal creates a controller-free environment for its Xbox 360

    Microsoft's Project Natal uses depth sensing cameras, microphones and specialized software to allow you to play just about any game without a controller in your hands.

  • News: The 20 best games that never were

    For every game that becomes a must-have title, there are hundreds that never see the light of day. From obscure titles to black sheep in well-established franchises, we've rounded up the 20 most famous games that were never made publicly available.

  • News: 65% in the dark over digital switchover

    Nearly half of Brits don't know what the Digital Switchover entails, says Moneysupermarket.com.

  • News: YouTube porn attack delivered malware

    YouTube users last week got a nasty surprise when the Google-owned video sharing site was hit by some 5,000 porn videos from Japanese bulletin board 4Chan.

  • News: Apple iPhone to get direct TV downloads?

    With the next version of Apple's iPhone 3.0 software update set for launch next month, more supposed details are leaking out about what the iPhone and iPod touch software might include.

  • Video: LG shows world's thinnest LCD TV

    LG Display unveiled what it claims to be the world’s thinnest LCD television on Tuesday.

  • 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: 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: Seagate offers free films with FreeAgent Go

    Short film network Future Shorts has partnered with Seagate to offer free downloads of short films to people who buy one of the company's FreeAgent Go portable hard drives.

  • News: French gov't passes illegal downloads legislation

    Legislation, which will see illegal file sharers disconnected from the internet, has been passed by the French National Assembly, despite initially being rejected last month.

  • News: Nintendo Wii is perfect wedding gift

    The Nintendo Wii is among one of the 20 most requested items on wedding lists, says Debenhams.

  • News: Illegal downloaders should be banned from the net

    The UK Film Council, along with a number of other industry bodies and trade unions are urging the government to ban illegal downloaders from the net.

  • News: Virgin helps government tackle illegal file sharers

    Virgin Media has joined forces with Channel 4 and BSkyB in a bid to help the government tackle internet piracy.

  • News: BBC unveils CBeebies iPlayer

    The BBC has unveiled a child-friendly version of its iPlayer that ensures children can not access inappropriate content.

  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 8 May 2009

    Amazon intros a new Kindle, an Imagine Cup finalist is chosen and robotic mower saves you some work. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Left 4 Dead available for free on Steam

    Kotaku is offering gamers the chance to play zombie-fueled first-person shooter Left 4 Dead for free.

  • News: RealDVD trial extended to next week

    A widely watched court case pitting software maker RealNetworks against seven Hollywood studios will resume next week after court testimony took longer than expected on Wednesday.

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