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  • News: Intel Core chips to secure movie streaming

    Intel is building a hardware security layer in its next-generation Core chips to prevent streaming movies from being copied

  • News: The 50 best products on the market right now

    Here are the Top 10 Most Popular group tests on PC Advisor in 2010. Read expert reviews of the best smartphones, netbooks, laptops, desktop PCs, routers, storage devices and printers.

  • News: Pictures: Games and gadgets of Christmas past

    We take a look back at some games and gadgets of Christmas past. While some were innovative, not all were all big sellers

  • News: 14% of businesses plan to buy iPads for staff

    The ever-inquisitive ChangeWave Research has been digging deeper into the iPad's place in the corporate world. With a new survey completed in November, the market research firm's watchful eye turned towards the iPad's current and future prospects in corporate circles, as well as how businesses are using their iPads now.

  • News: NXP Semiconductors strategically collaborates with Google

    NXP Semiconductors has strategically collaborated with Google to provide a complete open source software stack for Near Field Communications (NFC).

  • News: Display makers fined over price-fixing cartel

    The European Commission on Wednesday found Asian flat-screen panel makers guilty of forming a cartel and fined them for breaching competition law.

  • News: 7 in 10 office workers don't use Wi-Fi to connect printer

    Seven out of ten office workers admit they still use cables to connect a printer to their PC, despite having a Wi-Fi network in place, says Lexmark.

  • News: AMD launches next-generation mobile graphics processors

    AMD today announced two new series of mobile graphics processors aimed at high-end and mid-range laptops: the AMD Radeon HD 6500M and the AMD Radeon HD 6300M.

  • News: Microsoft patents 'tactile touchscreen'

    Microsoft has patented a tactile touchscreen that uses pixel-sized shape-memory plastic cells to produce a 'real' texture, reflecting what is seen on the screen. The technique is designed to give users sufficient feedback to make it feel as though they are interacting with the images pictured on their screen, which may make physical keyboards a thing of the past.

  • News: Orange, T-Mobile offer Apple iPad for £199

    Orange and T-Mobile have confirmed the discounted prices they will be offering on the Apple iPad under their joint 'Everything, Everywhere' brand - you can pick up an iPad for an initial cost of only £199, representing an initial 'saving' of £330.

  • News: Last chance to win one of 60 cool technology prizes

    Enter PC Advisor's Reader Survey and you could win one of 60 technology prizes.

  • News: Report: Sony working on PlayStation phone

    According to a report on the Wall Street Journal website, Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg has hinted that that the mobile-phone maker might be working with Sony to build a smartphone with a slide-out controller to play games.

  • News: Arm in talks with Google over Web TV

    Arm Holdings is in talks for its chip technology to be used with Google TV, the software aimed at putting the Internet on television sets everywhere.

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: keyboards & mice

    If a desktop PC or laptop is too extravagant to make it on to your Christmas wishlist, how about sprucing up what you've got with a fancy mouse or keyboard?

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: audio accessories

    Musical treats come in all shapes and sizes, with radically varied price tags. But any of the audio gadgets featured here will look (and sound) great under your Christmas tree.

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: media players

    Apple continues to dominate the portable media player market, but there are some interesting alternatives. We've found five tasty music and video players to choose from.

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: photo printers

    There's a lot to be said for the spontaneity of being able to print out a photo you've just taken. Here are some creative options for printing and sharing your snaps.

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: satnavs and GPS

    Forget maps – there are plenty of high-tech devices that can help you steer the right course from A to B. Here's our pick of the best navigation gadgets on the market.

  • News: Christmas 2010 buyers' guide: cameras

    Some cameras do it all: take great photos, shoot HD video and let you post your snaps straight to the web. Here we present our pick of the best cameras and camcorders.

  • News: Christmas 2010 gift guide: technology gifts

    Dark nights, postmen bringing catalogues full of shiny must-have gadgets and a TV onslaught of tinsel and computer games – all signs point to the imminent gold rush known as Christmas. PC Advisor's trusty elves guide you through the high-tech marketing maze. PC Advisor brings you the 50 best products for Christmas: tested, reviewed and rated.



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