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  • News: ICANN and IANA hijacked by hackers

    The websites of the international organisations that oversee the internet's critical routing infrastructure and regulate domain names were defaced by Turkish hackers last week, according to researchers.

  • News: Timeline: Bill Gates' 33 years at Microsoft

    Bill Gates' 30-year career at Microsoft has had many highs and lows. We've charted the most important developments from Microsoft’s beginnings to present day.

  • News: 14 favourite free internet tools

    We've put together the best 14 software downloads. We've got a universal messenger, a way to troubleshoot email problems, and programs to keep yourself safe. These are the software tools that come to the rescue. And best of all, most of them are free.

  • News: The 5 best Firefox add-ons for your business

    While Mozilla claims that Firefox 3 is the fastest and most secure version of the browser, there is another reason to look at using it – the number of business-friendly add-ons available. We've picked out five of the best add-ons that will not only help the overall interface of the browser but also help you surf the web more efficiently.

  • News: Facebook rivals accept settlement

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has settled a long running dispute the origin of the idea for for the social networking site.

  • News: Landmark decision expands web domains

    Internet overlord ICANN has unanimously voted to begin the process of relaxing the rules for generic top-level domain names (gTLDs), in a move that means companies and other organisations eventually could run their own domains.

  • News: New features revealed for Firefox 3.1 alpha

    An alpha release of the next version of Firefox could become available in July, just weeks after the final release of Firefox 3.0.

  • News: MySpace opens up data portability initiative

    MySpace has opened up its data portability project in a move that allows MySpace members to share their public profile data outside of the walls of the social-networking site.

  • News: Yahoo announces third reorganisation

    Yahoo has announced another reorganisation in a bid to itself around.

  • News: BBC iPlayer gets an upgrade

    The BBC has overhauled the interface and added more functions to its iPlayer.

  • News: Yahoo: Google is a better bet than Microsoft

    Yahoo has sent a letter to its shareholders justifying its deal with Google, saying it will enhance the company's profitability and provide more shareholder value than the offer put forth by Microsoft to invest in Yahoo's search business.

  • News: EU could push through next-gen broadband

    European Telecommunications Commissioner Viviane Reding will shortly propose a new law designed to encourage incumbent operators to invest in next-generation infrastructure, including high-speed broadband networks, she said in a speech to industry players on Wednesday.

  • News: HP and Microsoft release anti-hacker tools

    Microsoft and HP are working together to help website develops fend off attacks from hackers. The two companies have released web tools that will help developers discover flaws in websites and even stem the growing number of SQL injection attacks that are designed to hijack legitimate sites.

  • News: Pirate Bay uses encryption to scupper new law

    Controversial BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay is adding encryption to its website in order to counter a new Swedish law that allows wiretapping of internet and phone traffic.

  • News: Google Ad Planner helps online marketers

    Google hopes to make it easier for marketers to pick appropriate websites for their online ads with a new tool called Ad Planner.

  • News: 1.3m Aussie students to get Gmail accounts

    Google is close to landing a contract to support 1.3 million students with Gmail.

  • News: Google leads Yahoo in Asian search

    Google leads Asia's search rankings, according to a new Comscore survey, accounting for 39.1 percent of all searches in the region in April 2008, followed by Yahoo with 24 percent.

  • News: Publishing problems hit Google's Blogger

    Google's Blogger is experiencing problems with its publishing system, the company acknowledged on Tuesday.

  • News: Amazon's iTunes-killer to hit UK

    Amazon is expected to go head-to-head with iTunes by launching its digital music store in the UK before following with a global rollout of the service.

  • News: Google accused of copying email migration tool

    Google has been accused of copying email migration software to create Google Email Uploader.



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