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  • News: Google spends $10m on Android phone apps

    Google has given its new open-source Android mobile phone platform a shot in the arm by offering $10m to the developers who build the best Android applications. Google says it hopes to spark innovation with the so-called Android Developer Challenge, announced concurrently with the release of Android. The software development kit is now available for download on the Android site.

  • News: Windows Vista users given performance boost

    Windows Vista users will get a trio of performance and reliability updates in Microsoft's monthly Patch Tuesday downloads via Windows Update today.

  • News: Microsoft's Stirling console fit for business

    Microsoft is on track to begin testing a console by the end of the year that will give customers a single tool for managing all of its Forefront enterprise security products.

  • News: Zumobi boosts websites on Windows Mobile

    A new mobile browser user interface is due to hit the market from a Microsoft spinoff next month. ZenZui, the Seattle spinoff, is also set to announce today it is changing its name to Zumobi.

  • News: Windows 2000 users warned of ID threat

    Windows 2000 users have been warned that a loophole in the operating system's random number generator can expose their email, password and credit card details.

  • News: Business iPhone use boosted by Avaya

    Avaya will make it possible to turn an iPhone into a node on the corporate PBX network, something iPhone users - if not IT managers - want.

  • News: Microsoft launches Hyper-V brand at IT Forum

    Microsoft has revealed further details of a group of server and virtualisation products due next year that will set the tone for how well the company will compete in the enterprise software market.

  • News: Dell launches Penryn-based PowerEdge servers

    Dell is expected to announce a new line of servers featuring Intel's latest Penryn chip today. The new PowerEdge systems will be designed to consume less power and include system management tools to better manage IT tasks, according to Sally Stevens, director of PowerEdge servers at Dell.

  • News: New Windows licences tackle Linux and piracy

    Microsoft launched the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher programme to help ensure that PC refurbishers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) reselling used PCs to businesses in the US are installing legitimate copies of Windows on them.

  • News: HP & Lenovo launch Intel Penryn systems

    Intel's new power-saving Penryn processors are being quickly adopted by the world's biggest PC makers, with HP, Lenovo and Dell among those launching desktops featuring the new chip.

  • News: Intel releases high-end Penryn processors

    Intel has launched its long-awaited new line of power-efficient processors, code-named Penryn, designed to deliver better graphics and application performance as well as virtualisation capabilities.

  • News: Apple releases Euro iPhone software update

    Apple has released an iPhone software update to coincide with the iPhone's UK release.

  • News: Microsoft Office 2007: 10 things you need to know

    It's hard to believe that it's almost a year since we were immersed in our review of Microsoft Office 2007. Microsoft was about to release Office 2007 to corporate users, and so began the slow and methodical evaluation of the software by the unwashed masses (unless, of course, you were an early adopter, a PC Advisor reader or both). Here are 10 questions that you should ask before you decide to upgrade.

  • News: 'Critical' Windows patch coming next week

    Security administrators should have a pretty easy time of it next Tuesday as Microsoft says it will issue just two updates in its monthly security software release.

  • News: Apple iPhone launch: Should you buy now?

    Anyone with even a remote interest in technology will know that today sees the official UK release of the iPhone. We've put together the ultimate iPhone guide to help you decide if Apple's handset is worth your attention - and cash.

  • News: First UK iPhone queue forms in London

    A queue has already started forming outside Apple’s Regent Store in London ahead of tomorrow’s Apple iPhone release, according to Macworld UK.

  • News: Facebook users targetted by businesses

    Facebook this week announced plans for a new advertising system. Facebook ads will allow businesses to target advertising to users of the popular social networking site.

  • News: HP to stop building digital cameras

    HP yesterday announced that it is to stop manufacturing, distributing and designing digital cameras, in order to concentrate more on its home photo printing and online photo services.

  • News: Amazon and Red Hat launch Linux on demand

    Red Hat yesterday announced that its Enterprise Linux operating system is now available on demand. Red Hat released the Enterprise Linux OS for the Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) service. EC2 is Amazon's web-based service that hosts business applications for customers.

  • News: iTunes rival eMusic enjoys growth spurt

    Already the number-two digital music retailer, after iTunes, online music retailer eMusic said this week that it's surpassed 350,000 subscribers and now has more than three million tracks in its catalogue.



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