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  • News: Yahoo Messenger exploit hits Windows users

    Hackers are now using exploits that target Yahoo's instant messaging software making it critical that users patch the Windows program immediately, according to security vendors.

  • News: Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are doomed

    Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Amazon.com and Dell may disappear within 20 years, a study predicts.

  • News: Apple iTunes rentals coming soon

    Apple is in advanced talks with major studios for the rights to rent movies via iTunes, according to the Financial Times.

  • News: Google considers Windows Vista anti-trust suit

    The WSJ reports that Google is seeking to reopen state and federal government antitrust action against Microsoft, alleging that Windows Vista puts other search software companies at a disadvantage

  • News: Taxman looks at eBay users' profits

    An increasing number of people earn their living or supplement their earnings by selling goods on online auction sites such as eBay, and resale affiliates such as Amazon.

  • News: Scammers fake Microsoft security alerts

    Scammers are sending out fake Microsoft security bulletins that install malicious software on victim's computers. Microsoft's genuine monthly patch release is expected tomorrow.

  • News: Yahoo fixes Messenger flaw

    Yahoo has fixed a serious vulnerability in its Messenger instant-messaging client. The critical bug in Yahoo Messenger could allow hackers to take control of a user's system.

  • News: Adobe Apollo beta released as AIR

    Adobe Systems has officially named its new Apollo runtime ‘Adobe AIR’ and will release a beta of the technology today along with a beta of the next version of the company's Flex development environment

  • News: Accessing and sharing iTunes just got easier

    A music service called nuTsie enables easy access of your entire iTunes library from a mobile phone. A free public beta of the Melodeo service is available from the nuTsie site.

  • News: Ofcom reviews additional broadband charges

    Connection and reconnection charges made by broadband internet providers are to be investigated by telecoms regulator Ofcom.

  • News: Nintendo Wii tennis elbow strikes

    A medical doctor in Spain has diagnosed a patient with "Acute Wiiitis". The condition is caused by playing too much Nintendo Wii Sports Tennis. This is the first recorded case on Nintendo tennis elbow.

  • News: Mozilla releases latest Firefox 3.0 preview

    Mozilla this week released the antipenultimate alpha edition of Firefox 3.0. Alpha 5 of Firefox 3.0 includes a major chunk of the web browser's revamped bookmark and history tools.

  • News: Microsoft prepares for Windows Vista SP1

    Microsoft has started preparing preparing its partners for the eventual arrival of Windows Vista SP1 (Service Pack 1).

  • News: Symantec releases Norton AntiBot beta

    Symantec last night launched a free public beta for its Norton AntiBot software. Norton AntiBot will analyse your PC's behaviour to identify malware. Norton AntiBot is meant as a supplement to antivirus software, not a replacement.

  • News: Microsoft fixes four critical Windows flaws

    Microsoft will release six sets of security patches next Tuesday. Four of the software fixes will close critical flaws in the Windows operating system. The software will be released as part of "Patch Tuesday" - Microsoft's monthly security release.

  • News: Critical bugs found in Firefox and IE

    A security researcher has uncovered four bugs in web browsers. Two of the vulnerabilities affect Mozilla's open-source Firefox browser, and two flaws have been found in IE (Internet Explorer).

  • News: Critical flaws found in Yahoo Messenger

    Critical bugs have been discovered in Yahoo Messenger that could allow hackers to take control of a user’s system.

  • News: Coca-Cola offers MySpace for mobiles

    Coca-Cola is to launch a social-networking service similar to MySpace and Facebook.

  • News: EU ratifies mobile phone roaming legislation

    The EU's (European Union's) 27 governments today gave a final thumbs up to a proposed law that will slash the cost of using a mobile phone abroad. By the end of this month mobile phone operators have to offer mobile phone users a capped rate for making or receiving calls while outside their own countries.

  • News: Amnesty launches web freedom site

    Internet entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox last night applauded the power of the internet to aid the expression of individuals. Lastminute.com founder Lane Fox was speaking at 'Some People Think the Internet is a Bad Thing: The Struggle for Freedom of Expression in Cyberspace' - an Amnesty International event examining the nature and future of internet freedom.

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