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  • News: Microsoft fixes Windows bug in XP SP3 first

    The appearance and disappearance of a Windows XP installation snafu indicates that Microsoft patched a critical vulnerability in XP's still-unfinished Service Pack 3 (SP3) weeks before it fixed any other version of Windows. The glitch, which sent some PCs into an endless round of reboots, was strangely similar to one faced by Vista users in February.

  • News: Gartner: Microsoft Windows faces oblivion

    A pair of Gartner analysts said Microsoft must make radical changes to Windows or risk the operating system becoming a has-been.

  • News: IT managers unaware of USB flash drive risk

    SanDisk says IT managers are unaware of the extent to which unsecured flash drives are being brought into their businesses.

  • News: Sandisk updates USB security tool for businesses

    SanDisk hopes to help IT managers control the use of flash drives in their business by launching a new version of its Central Management & Control (CMC) software used to manage its Cruzer Enterprise USB flash drives.

  • News: In pictures: inside Microsoft's robot factory

    Members of Microsoft's Robotics Group are confident robotics is going to be the big story of the next five years

  • News: Interview: EMI's Douglas Merrill on Google's future

    Douglas Merrill, formerly the CIO of Google and now president of EMI's digital business division talks to us about how internet search pioneer Google's IT organisation is configured (not structured), how CIOs need to evolve, and the most exasperating question that people ask him at cocktail parties.

  • News: Know your consumer rights

    Many of us struggle to comprehend the complexities of the UK’s consumer-protection legislation but, worryingly, it’s not just consumers to whom that statement applies. According to a recent report from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), many online retailers are ignorant of the laws that apply to their businesses.

  • News: Analysis: OOXML approval is just the beginning

    The International Organisation for Standardisation's approval of Microsoft's OOXML as an international standard is just the beginning of what could be a lengthy process before the file format can be widely and successfully implemented for exchanging documents, according to critics and supporters of OOXML.

  • News: RM inks exclusive deal to sell HP 2133 Mini-Note

    RM today announced that it is the sole UK distributor for the HP 2133 Mini-Note laptop.

  • News: Infineon chip could enable 3G iPhone

    Apple has released a third beta version of its iPhone software developers kit (SDK) that suggests a change in chips that may confirm a 3G iPhone will be with us this summer.

  • News: AMD finally starts shipping quad-core Barcelona

    AMD has started volume shipments of its long-awaited Barcelona chip. The company announced that the quad-core Opteron processor, which had been shipping in limited numbers to key vendors, became generally available on Wednesday.

  • News: Video: Intel outlines 2008 chip roadmap

    The head of Intel's mobility group, Dadi Perlmutter, today outlined innovations the chip maker plans over the next few years to deliver faster and higher performance processors.

  • News: 'Critical' Windows patch released by Microsoft

    Microsoft issued a critical patch for two vulnerabilities in the core graphics subsystem of Windows, one of eight fixes released on Tuesday as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday series of security updates.

  • News: EMC agrees to buy Iomega for £213m

    EMC has agreed to buy storage vendor Iomega for $213m in cash, expanding EMC's reach into the fast-growing consumer and small business markets.

  • News: EU drops sanctions against Korean DRAM chips

    The European Union (EU) yesterday lifted countervailing duties on imports of dynamic RAM (DRAM) chips made by South Korean chip maker Hynix Semiconductor.

  • News: Google's App Engine to host services for free

    Google is offering to host enterprise web applications on its own infrastructure with a new tool for developers, App Engine. And Google will do so entirely free of charge.

  • News: Everex launches MySpace mini-desktop PC

    If you're a dedicated user of MySpace without a lot of physical space, a compact desktop PC from Everex could help. Everex has launched MyMiniPC, a compact desktop that provides easy access to MySpace features, making it easier for friends to connect and communicate on the popular social-networking site.

  • News: Mobile phone use on flights approved by EU

    The European Commission has opened the way for mobile-phone use on planes, introducing measures to harmonise the technical and licensing requirements for mobiles services in the sky.

  • News: AMD drops revenue forecast, makes redundancies

    AMD yesterday said it plans to lay off 10 percent of its work force in an effort to cut costs.

  • News: Samsung launches ultrafast HSUPA mobile phone

    Samsung Electronics has unveiled a mobile phone that supports faster upload speeds using HSUPA (high-speed uplink packet access) technology.

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