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  • News: Google adds 'Deep Search' function

    Google has introduced a 'deep search' function that expands the top result.

  • News: Adobe Flash update will tackle web flaw

    Adobe is working on an update to its Flash Player software that will address a widespread vulnerability found on hundreds of thousands of websites.

  • News: Over 1m websites hit by malicious HTML hack

    More than a million web pages, including many well-known sites, have been hit the growing web threat highlighted by security researcher Dancho Danchev earlier this month.

  • News: Amazon threatens print-on-demand publishers

    Book publishers who print titles on demand will be cut off by Amazon unless they use the online retailer's own printing company, BookSurge.

  • News: The 10 best 'broken' technologies

    Sometimes a technology idea is too good to be true. A flexible keyboard, internet voting and watching feature films on your smart phone are examples. Today, these concepts are still evolving, but they're broken right now. I'll tell you why and what could be done to fix them once and for all.

  • News: The 100 best free software applications

    Free. It's the magic word for an ever-expanding wealth of downloadable software and online services. Free doesn't necessarily mean good, however, and hunting for freebies can mean sifting through a lot of junk.

  • News: Google: iGoogle gadgets perfect for business

    Google believes that IT administrators shouldn't fear Gadget Maker for iGoogle. While the Google Maker application is for consumers, iGoogle users can customise gadgets for use on work PCs.

  • News: Latest Safari and Opera browsers pass Acid3 test

    Developers of Apple's Safari browser engine and Opera Software's flagship browser this week announced that in-development versions of both browsers have passed the new Acid3 web test. Firefox 3.0, however, is not as Acid3 compliant as Safari and Opera.

  • News: YouTube Insight provides usage stats

    Those uploading videos to YouTube can now access usage statistics for the videos they post on the site, such as where viewers are geographically located and how they found the clips.

  • News: Firefox 3.0 beta 5 coming soon

    Mozilla will release the final beta of Firefox 3.0 shortly, and the final version will be available in June, the open-source browser developer has confirmed.

  • News: Sharp launches mobile phone for bloggers

    Sharp has launched a new mobile phone in Japan that features a small Qwerty keyboard and a tool allowing users to easily update their blogs.

  • News: Websites still exposed to patched Flash bug

    Two months after Adobe patched a serious flaw in its Flash development software, there are still hundreds of thousands of web pages serving up buggy Shockwave Flash (.swf) files that could be exploited by hackers, according to a Google researcher.

  • News: Computer games to get film-style ratings

    Film-style ratings should be given to video games reports a government investigation into the effects of video games and the internet.

  • News: Mozilla fixes 10 Firefox flaws, 5 critical

    Through its updated version of its open-source browser, Mozilla has patched 10 vulnerabilities, half of which were marked as 'critical'. The new Mozilla Messaging Inc spin-off, however, was not able to provide a matching update to its Thunderbird e-mail client, which shares five of the Firefox flaws that were fixed.

  • News: Finjan exposes stolen credit card supermarket

    Security firm Finjan has uncovered a website supermarket for stolen card data. `

  • News: Mozilla: Apple 'wrong' to push Safari to Windows

    Mozilla chief executive John Lilly has slammed Apple for including the Safari browser for Windows in its Apple Software Update.

  • News: Microsoft expected to raise Yahoo bid

    Citigroup says Microsoft remains committed to its bid to purchase Yahoo by upgrading Yahoo shares to from 'hold' to 'buy' and raising its price target on Yahoo's stock from $31 (£15.50) to $34 (£17).

  • News: Scrapblog upgrade boosts online photo-editing

    Scrapblog, a Web 2.0 startup that aims to marry the worlds of scrapbooking and blogging, has enhanced its drag-and-drop tools for editing and cropping photos.

  • News: Google, Yahoo, MySpace team on OpenSocial

    Yahoo, Google and MySpace have formed a foundation to promote the OpenSocial platform as a neutral, community-governed specification for building social-networking applications, the companies announced on Tuesday.`

  • News: Home Office considers new e-crime unit

    The Home Office is "considering" funding a proposed e-crime unit following a meeting with representatives from the Association of Chief Police Officers.



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