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  • News: Mysterious Adobe Reader patches released

    Adobe has patched "a number of ... security vulnerabilities" in its free Adobe Reader software, but refused to provide details of the bugs it found and fixed.

  • News: 'Critical' Quicktime bug fixed by Apple

    Apple has released a security fix for its QuickTime media player software, plugging a critical bug that had been worrying security experts for nearly a month.

  • News: Craigslist used in search for assassin

    A woman in the US has been charged with using the Craigslist website to post a classified advert offering $50,000 in search of a killer for a romantic rival.

  • News: Time Warner to break up AOL's web business

    Time Warner plans to split up the internet access and audience businesses of its AOL segment to run each independently, Time Warner CEO and President Jeff Bewkes revealed on Wednesday.

  • News: BT denies killing BT Fusion

    Despite reports to the contrary, BT has not stopped marketing its converged fixed/mobile phone service, BT Fusion.

  • News: Hackers target Yahoo Music Jukebox exploit

    Online criminals are already using a reported flaw in an ActiveX control used by Yahoo's Music Jukebox, according to security software developer Symantec.

  • News: Opera Mobile 9.5 matches desktop web browsing

    Opera says the latest version of its Opera Mobile smartphone browser delivers a user experience similar to that of web browsing on a desktop PC.

  • News: Balls slams 'Holocaust ban' email hoax

    A 'Holocaust Ban' email that claims the Holocaust is no longer going to be studied in UK schools because of fears of offending Muslims has been denounced by Ed Balls, the secretary of state for children, schools and families.

  • News: MMS goes mainstream with 448m messages

    Mobile phone picture messaging is on the up. Figures released today show that nearly 448 million photo messages were sent in the UK last year. The Mobile Data Association report says 23 percent of UK mobile phone owners are now using their handsets to access the internet. In December 2007 alone, 17 million handsets were used to get online.

  • News: eBay bans negative seller views

    Online auction site eBay plans to change its iconic feedback system, banning sellers from leaving negative comments about buyers.

  • News: MSN to offer MTV video and Sony music snacks

    MSN Europe today announced partnerships with two of the best-known names in entertainment: MTV and Sony BMG. Consumers will be able to stream and share video clips, for free and on demand, from MTV Network's library of TV programmes.

  • News: Yahoo Music Jukebox bug threatens Windows PCs

    Multiple flaws in Yahoo's Music Jukebox player can be used to attack Windows PCs running Internet Explorer, according to a security researcher.

  • News: MSN partners with Sony and MTV

    MSN has just announced partnerships with Sony and MTV at an event in London.

  • News: Firefox 3.0 beta 3 code nears completion

    Mozilla 'froze' the code for Firefox 3.0 beta 3 last week, with final testing of the beta scheduled to start today.

  • News: IPv6 internet overhaul begins

    The master address books for the internet are being updated to include records in IP version 6 (IPv6), a new format which forms part of a major overhaul of the net’s core address system.

  • News: How the Microsoft/Yahoo deal would affect you

    It's the year 2010. Microsoft owns Yahoo and has just changed the name of Flickr to Microsoft Flickr Live Photo-Sharing Service for Digital Camera Enthusiasts. The service is still free, but Windows Vista users will have to validate their copy of Vista as 'genuine' first to use it. What has Microsoft wrought?

  • News: Google questions legality of Microsoft/Yahoo deal

    Google says Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Yahoo raises "troubling questions" and that the underlying principles of the internet stand to be tested by the proposed deal.

  • News: 15 fabulous, free PC security programs

    Turn on your PC and you're immediately vulnerable. Protect yourself for free today with PC Advisor's favourite 15 free security tools.

  • News: PC World offers 'free' laptop deal

    PC World will give a free or discounted laptop to every customer that signs up to an 18-month mobile broadband subscription from 3.

  • News: Expedia and Rhapsody hit by infected ads

    Expedia.com and music store Rhapsody have fallen foul of cyber criminals planting malware into banner ads. Users clicking on the flash banner ads were redirected to sites which tried to get them to install a rogue anti-spyware application.



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