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  • News: Norton, BitDefender & McAfee slammed in study

    Security software suites are doing a poor job of detecting when a PC's software is under attack, according to Danish vendor Secunia.

  • News: MySpaceMyAds offers DIY marketing platform

    MySpace has launched a beta version of its DIY advertising platform. The new MySpaceMyAds allows individuals and small businesses to create their own ads that can be customised to specific users of the social network.

  • News: Warning over fake Windows security alert

    Microsoft has warned that scammers are sending out fake emails that claim to include critical Windows security alerts.

  • News: Sarah Palin ordered to freeze Yahoo Mail records

    Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has been ordered to preserve email messages in her personal email accounts that relate to state business, according to an Anchorage newspaper.

  • News: Play.com offers DRM-free MP3s

    PlayDigital, the MP3 download service from etailer Play.com is now offering DRM-free music.

  • News: Virgin Media email unavailable for four days

    A spam attack saw thousands of Virgin Media customers cut off from their email accounts for four days.

  • News: Warning letters to deter illegal downloaders

    Three quarters of illegal file sharers would stop if they were warned about their activity by their ISP, says Entertainment Media Research (EMR).

  • News: Credit crunch kills off US branch of Zopa.com

    As global markets continue to dive, Silicon Valley is starting to batten down the hatches. For at least one company, however, the economic downturn is already having major impact, as Web 2.0, peer-to-peer loan site Zopa has announced that its US-based operations will cease.

  • News: Google to work with click-fraud firm

    Google has agreed to cooperate with its longtime adversary Click Forensics on click-fraud reports.

  • News: 15 biggest internet celebrities: Where are they now?

    The internet has transformed the world - connecting cultures, streamlining commerce, revolutionising communication and offering yet another outlet for those desperate for their 15 minutes of fame. Video sharing sites such as YouTube have become a breeding ground of viral phenomena. But almost as quickly as the subjects of these videos become worldwide stars, they sink without a trace, never to be seen again.

  • News: Readers' choice: Top 10 humorous websites

    Everybody likes a laugh - but there's no telling what exactly they'll laugh at. Web-based wit runs the gamut from hard-hitting satire to childish whimsy, and we were amazed by the variety of funny sites recommended by PC Advisor readers

  • News: The 11 best downloadable games revealed

    Fed up of forking out pocketfulls of cash for the latest must-have games? Then check out our list of the top 11 downloadable games - much kinder to your wallet.

  • News: The 8 most dangerous Windows vulnerabilities

    Uncovering and exploiting Windows vulnerabilities has become as sport for many, and in a number of cases, even a career. We've rounded up a list of the worst Windows flaws we've endured since the introduction of Windows 98

  • News: Readers' choice: Top 10 food and drink websites

    Whether you live to eat or eat to live, the chances are that food is an important part of your life. And web users are no exception, as shown by the variety of sites offering ingredients, recipes and restaurant reviews. Hungry PCA readers recommend the most tasteful food-related websites

  • News: Prison sentence for phisher who stole £400k

    A hacker faces 10 years in prision after stealing $700,000 (£413,000) through phishing emails.

  • News: BBC blames Apple for iPhone/iPlayer hold-up

    The BBC has announced that content downloaded from its iPlayer can be viewed on mobile devices.

  • News: Yahoo claims Web Analytics edge over Google

    Yahoo is taking on Google Analytics with Yahoo Web Analytics a web traffic analysis tool based on a product it bought earlier this year called IndexTools

  • News: Microsoft web apps gets political

    Microsoft's Live Labs group has launched a web-based application in the US that shows what it considers the recent political articles and documents that are getting the most attention and discussion among web users.

  • News: Mobile Firefox alpha coming to Nokia 810 tablet

    Mozilla will have unveiled the alpha release of its mobile Firefox browser, codenamed Fennec, next week. However, the code will only be available for Nokia's N810 Internet Tablet initially.

  • News: Digg founder: 'We must do better'

    Digg is not doing enough to reach people with niche interests, which will be key to keeping users engaged, according to the social news recommendation site's founder, Kevin Rose.



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