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  • News: Apple TV links with YouTube

    Apple is bringing YouTube content to the living room with its Apple TV home-entertainment system. Beginning in mid-June, Apple TV will wirelessly stream videos directly from YouTube and play them on a user’s widescreen TV.

  • News: News Corp buys Photobucket

    After an ugly stand off last month, News Corp's MySpace and Photobucket will end up as part of the same company

  • News: Free Adobe Coldfusion 8 beta launched

    Adobe has released a public beta version of the ColdFusion 8 web development software. ColdFusion 8 is designed for developers building dynamic websites and internet applications, and the public beta is a feature-complete preview, according to the company.

  • News: Apple fixes QuickTime security bugs

    Apple posted a security update for its QuickTime media technology yesterday. The update fixes two issues found with the application that could allow an outsider to execute code and disclose sensitive information.

  • News: European first for Adobe Max conference

    Adobe announced that its MAX conference will be coming to Europe for the first time, with MAX 2007 taking place in Barcelona on 15 - 18 October.

  • News: Free Photoshop CS3 Action Pack released

    Photoshop Action Pack 3.5, the latest collection of free-to-download Automator actions for the image manipulation software by Photoshop expert Ben Long, has been released

  • News: Panasonic announces 12.2Mp compact camera

    Panasonic has announced the DMC-FX100. Panasonic claims the Lumix DMC-FX100 is the world’s first 12.2Mp digital camera with 28mm wide-angle lens. This follows yesterday's announcement from Casio of the UK's first 12Mp compact digital camera.

  • News: Rewriteable Blu-ray Disc prices to drop

    Ritek plans to start mass producing BD-RE (Blu-Ray Disc Rewritable) discs as well as HD DVD-RE (high definition) discs in the third quarter of this year. Taiwanese disc maker Ritek's move is seen as an important step towards reducing the cost of rewriteable Blu-ray Discs for users.

  • News: 15 technology myths: what's nonsense and what's not?

    The tech world abounds with hype, rumour and innuendo. It can be hard to tell IT fact from fantasy fiction. Fortunately, PC Advisor has rounded-up 15 technological rumours and given them a thorough shake down, so you can tell what's nonsense, and what's not.

  • News: Casio launches first 12.1Mp compact digicam

    Casio today announced the release of the Exilim Zoom EX-Z1200 digital camera. Casio's latest Exilim Zoom has a 12.1Mp (megapixel) sensor that will deliver high-resolution shots in a compact camera.

  • News: Smartphone card stores 2,000 songs

    Samsung Electronics has developed an 8GB micro memory card for smartphones.

  • News: AMD announces quad-core Phenom chip

    AMD will make a quad-core chip for desktop PCs, replacing its venerable Athlon processor with the new ‘Phenom’ design in an attempt to compete better with Intel.

  • News: High-def iTunes video rentals rumoured

    Apple may introduce a subscription-based film rental service through iTunes and the Apple TV, company executives hinted during a shareholder meeting.

  • News: IT news of the week - Saturday 12 May

    Stay on top of the week’s biggest IT news with PC Advisor’s one-stop round-up of the top stories of the past seven days.

  • News: Legal action threatens Vista, iTunes & iPod

    Media Rights Technologies (MRT), developers of technology that prevents users from ripping digital media streams, has filed a Cease and Desist letter against Apple, Microsoft, Adobe and Real. The organisation claims the companies are responsible for violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and intellectual property law.

  • News: Roxio Crunch targets Apple TV, iPod & iPhone

    Roxio released Roxio Crunch, a software application for converting video into formats for playback on different devices.

  • News: Flickr to close Yahoo Photos

    Yahoo will close its Yahoo Photos service in favour of photo-sharing site Flickr. Yahoo bought Flickr just over two years ago. Flickr is considered by many experts to be a pioneer of Web 2.0.

  • News: Cool crowd gather for Adobe Live 2007

    Adobe Live 2007 focuses on the key areas in the creative industry: Design, Publishing, Photography, Web and Video.

  • News: SpeedBit speeds up YouTube & iTunes

    Anyone who watches videos on the internet is familiar with this problem: You go to one of the big video sites such as YouTube or Metacafe, you see a video you like and that can be downloaded immediately, but after a few seconds the film suddenly stops and you find yourself staring at a motionless movie player. Of course, you can fiddle with the pause button or make a cup of coffee while the player downloads a few more seconds of film, but the viewing experience has lost some of the excitement.

  • News: Audience abandons Microsofts MIX 07 keynote

    The last thing a company wants to do at a keynote speech is clear a room. But that's just what Microsoft succeeded in doing during Tuesday's keynote at MIX 07 in Las Vegas.



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