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  • News: Google beats estimates with $1.3bn profit

    Google posted solid growth in its revenue and profit during 2008's first quarter and exceeded Wall Street expectations in both categories, amid widespread concern that the search engine giant's results would be weak.

  • News: Mozilla fixes Firefox and Thunderbird flaw

    Mozilla has release a fix for a Javascript bug in Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey.

  • News: Global organisation can combat child sex abuse

    New proposals urging law enforcement authorities, governments and ISPs to form a global partnership to stamp out child sex abuse websites have been released by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

  • News: Amazon MP3 failing to tackle iTunes' dominance

    Amazon's MP3 service has so far failed to take significant share from Apple's market-leading iTunes Store, according to NPD.

  • News: Phorm CEO: We can revolutionise advertising

    Just a few weeks before the deployment of its controversial ad-targeting system, the CEO of Phorm claims the system will allow less popular websites to gain more advertising revenue

  • News: 16Mb ISPs only delivering 50% of maximum speeds

    UK surfers are getting just 48 percent of the download speeds advertised by their ISP reports UK broadband-comparison site www.broadband-expert.co.uk.

  • News: 'Pro-Tibet' rootkit attacks Windows PCs

    A cartoon that ridicules the effort of a Chinese gymnast at the Olympic games is the latest way cybercriminals are infecting Windows PCs, reports McAfee Avert labs.

  • News: Businesses add YouTube to Google Maps listings

    Local business owners in the US can now add YouTube videos to their listings, after Google added the feature to Google Maps.

  • News: Google uses YouTube tool to tackle child porn

    Google has adapted an existing program in a bid to track files containing child pornography.

  • News: Microsoft continues with solo bid for Yahoo

    Although Microsoft and the News Corporation have been in discussions regarding a joint bid for Yahoo, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that sources close to Microsoft believe the software company still intends to pursue Yahoo on its own.

  • News: World's first 'green search engine' launches

    The world's first 'green search engine' is offering web users in 14 countries the ability to contribute to offsetting carbon emissions with a tree-planting scheme.

  • News: AOL buys search firm Sphere

    AOL has acquired contextual search company Sphere, a San Francisco-based company which allows publishers to aggregate content based on related subjects, such as video, audio and blog posts.

  • News: Wi-Fi security warning for BT Home Hub users

    A security researcher claims to have found a significant weakness in the wireless encryption of a DSL home gateway made by Thomson and distributed to broadband subscribers in the UK by network operator BT.

  • News: EU votes against punishing illegal file-sharers

    The European Parliament is not backing plans to ban illegal file-sharers from the internet.

  • News: IBM streams HD video at 3Mbps

    A new encoding system that offers the ability to stream HD video at 3 Megabits per second (Mbps) is being launched by IBM.

  • News: Google Radio Automation to debut this week

    Google plans to launch a new system to automate tasks for radio broadcasters this week, beefing up an important piece of its radio-advertising product line.

  • News: World of Warcraft users exceed 1m in China

    World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade has surpassed one million concurrent users in China. That's the highest concurrency since the game was launched in China in 2005, according to the games developer, Blizzard.

  • News: Interview: EMI's Douglas Merrill on Google's future

    Douglas Merrill, formerly the CIO of Google and now president of EMI's digital business division talks to us about how internet search pioneer Google's IT organisation is configured (not structured), how CIOs need to evolve, and the most exasperating question that people ask him at cocktail parties.

  • News: 8 free online tools to organise your life

    When you can barely make out the note you scribbled on the back of that coffee-stained receipt, and you haven't turned over the wall calendar's page since mid-2007, it's time to get organised with digital tools. Nowadays the best place to find personal organiser software isn't necessarily on the desktop, it's on the web.

  • News: Know your consumer rights

    Many of us struggle to comprehend the complexities of the UK’s consumer-protection legislation but, worryingly, it’s not just consumers to whom that statement applies. According to a recent report from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), many online retailers are ignorant of the laws that apply to their businesses.

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