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  • News: Google lets users see edits to Google Maps

    Google has created a real-time viewer for Google Maps that allows users to watch as other users make changes to locations on the maps.

  • News: Antipiracy group violates Swiss telecom laws

    Switzerland has warned a company that tracks file sharers for copyright violations that its tactics violate the country's telecommunication law.

  • News: The future of the PC revealed

    As technology moves at an ever-increasing speed, every aspect of computing looks set to change. But just what can we expect at home, at work or on the road?

  • News: The A-Z of social-networking tools

    Is social networking just a buzzword? Maybe, but it offers a great opportunity (and potential liability) to an organisation. Here's an A-to-Z list of professional and personal social-networking sites to help you network your way around the world.

  • News: Report: iTunes offers more choice than P2P

    Apple's iTunes Store offers a better catalogue of tracks than illegal peer-to-peer (P2P) services, according to industry group the IFPI's latest Digital Music Report.

  • News: YouTube Mobile offered to more 3G handsets

    Google has announced that YouTube for Mobile is expanding to target 3G mobile phones from companies including Motorola, Sony Ericsson, LG and Nokia.

  • News: Brits slam broadband service levels

    Over a million Brits have wasted around six hours setting up or dealing with problems connected to their broadband service, reports O2 broadband.

  • News: Sharp rise in legitimate sites serving malware

    Internet users have been warned that the majority of websites serving up malware are legitimate domains that have been hacked by criminals.

  • News: Firefox bug opens browser to hackers

    A new bug in Firefox could be used by attackers to scout out a system prior to mounting a more thorough assault, according to Mozilla's head of security.

  • News: eBay CEO quits after 10 years

    eBay CEO and president Meg Whitman has officially announced plans to step down, following rumours of her imminent departure earlier this week. Whitman, who has spent 10 years at the helm of the e-commerce giant, will retire at the end of March.

  • News: 100Mbps broadband coming via sewer system

    Bournemouth, Nottingham or Dundee will be the location for the first UK town to receive super-fast broadband using a fibre connection in sewers. The company behind the connection, H20 expects to deliver speeds of 100Mbps to the chosen town from autumn 2008.

  • News: Internet Explorer 8 to get 'super standards' mode

    Microsoft has announced a new 'super standards' mode for Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) that's designed to help the new browser balance backward compatibility with web standards.

  • News: Apple: iTunes movie rentals to boost iPod sales

    The main strategy behind Apple's new iTunes movie rentals service is to sell more iPods and Macs, a company executive claims.

  • News: YouTube Korea goes live

    YouTube launched a Korean-language version of its popular video-sharing site. The new service also includes content from local partners and will face tough competition from established local video sites like Pandora TV and portals like Daum.

  • News: Wordpress takes aim at Typepad with 3GB storage

    Wordpress users are to be given a significant boost in online storage, according to the founder of the company behind the blogging tool, Automattic Inc.

  • News: EA plans free online version of Battlefield Heroes

    A free online version of the PC game Battlefield Heroes is to be released by Electronic Arts (EA). Supported by adverts and micro payments, the game will be available online later this year, and will not be sold in shops.

  • News: eBay CEO to step down after 10 years

    EBay CEO Meg Whitman is planning to step down from the company she has led for the past 10 years, according to The Wall Street Journal.

  • News: Teachers warn of internet plagiarism surge

    The UK's sixth form schools and colleges are rife with internet plagiarism, reports the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL). In a recent survey, one third of teachers polled believe that over half of the work they mark is plagiarised from sources on the internet.

  • News: Facebook faces UK privacy probe

    Facebook’s data protection policies are to be investigated by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), after a user complained that they were unable to fully delete their profile after terminating their account.

  • News: £50k competition seeks new Google-killer

    Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (ASTAR) is offering a US$100,000 prize to the winner of a competition to develop new multimedia search technologies.



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