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  • News: Microsoft holds back on IE8 auto-update for Vista

    Microsoft has released 21 additional language versions of Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) Beta 2, including editions in Czech, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish and other languages, but is still silent on plans to automatically update Windows Vista systems that have a copy of IE8 Beta 1 already installed.

  • News: Gov't approves controversial Phorm advertising system

    Phorm has been ordered to make it easier for UK web surfers to opt-out of its controversial ad-targeting system, while future trials of the scheme will only be given the go-ahead if customers agree to them.

  • News: Adobe convinces hackers to kill 'clickjacking' demo

    Adobe has convinced two security researchers to pull out of a technical talk where they were going to demonstrate how they could seize control of a victim's browser using an online attack called 'clickjacking'.

  • News: Symantec launches Norton Internet Security 2009

    Symantec today launched Norton Internet Security 2009, and Norton AntiVirus 2009. The company claims that the updated internet security suite and antimalware software offer enhanced protection with a vastly reduced system overhead and much quicker scan speeds. Symantec is also offering free phone tech support for the first time, along with existing email and chat support.

  • News: Mobile search up 68%, UK leads the way

    In June 2008 20.8 million US and 4.5 million European mobile phone subscribers accessed search - an increase of 68 and 38 percent from June 2007, respectively. The UK had the highest penetration of mobile subscribers using search at 9.5 percent, followed closely by the US at 9.2 percent.

  • News: Yahoo email warns of Delhi bombings

    According to reports an email notice about the attack went out minutes before a series of blasts rocked Delhi.

  • News: Berners-Lee forms group to secure web's future

    World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee has launched a web foundation focused on extending the internet to all the world's population.

  • News: Google Chrome vs Internet Explorer 8.0

    The recent launch of Google's web browser Chrome could spark a new internet browser war. This time it's Google vs Microsoft. We look at who's likely to win.

  • News: Top 10 Google Chrome tips and tricks

    Since Google Chrome launched only a couple of weeks ago, it's going to take web users a while to get used to the browser, and even longer to work out the tips and tweaks that will speed up and improve the experience. However, we've saved you the hard work and rounded up the 10 best tips and tweaks.

  • News: Helproom: your PC problems solved

    PC Advisor tackles more of your PC hardware and software problems. For free IT support 24 hours a day, get live help in the PC Advisor Helproom Forum.

  • News: 20% of companies snoop at employees Facebook profiles

    More and more employers are checking out potential staff's social networking profiles, says Careerbuilder.com.

  • News: Hackers use internet suspension email to spread virus

    Cyber criminals are tricking web users into thinking they will be disconnected from the web as a way to infect PCs with a malicious Trojan horse virus.

  • News: Analysts: Mobile social networking next big thing

    Mobile social networking and the way mobile phones are used looks set to become an important tool in the workplace, say industry analysts.

  • News: Google re-considers allowing users to alter results

    Google has announced that may not roll-out a function that allows users to re-rank and remove results displayed in the search engine.

  • News: Google buys blog platform

    Google today bought South Korean blogging platform provider Tatter and Co (TNC), according to one of the company's co-CEOs.

  • News: Speed most important aspect of web browser

    According to a PC Advisor poll, the most important aspect when selecting a web browser, is speed of surfing.

  • News: EC says Google must do more to safeguard privacy

    The European Commission welcomed Google's reduction in data retention times for people's search data but it urged the company and its rivals to go even further in order to safeguard European citizens' privacy, the regulator said Thursday.

  • News: IBM's 'Spoken Web' to mirror internet

    BM is testing a voice-based web to make information accessible to users who may not be able to read or write, or who do not have access to the Internet.

  • News: Google Chrome 'keylogger' found in IE8

    Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) browser includes a keystroke-logging search suggestion tool similar to the one that Google modified earlier this week after coming under fire from consumers.

  • News: Free Firefox 3.0 add-on aids visually impaired

    A new Firefox add-on has been launched which could make the internet more accessible to visually impaired web users

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