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  • Opinion: London world's hottest spot for Wi-Fi

    Yeah baby, we're number one. According to the iPass Mobile Broadband Index report, almost 30,000 Wi-Fi sessions were used in London in the second half of 2007.

  • Opinion: Manhunt 2 UK ban finally lifted

    Put down that shotgun for a minute, and listen up: everyone's favourite media scapegoat video game, Manhunt 2, will be released in the UK after all.

  • Opinion: Microsoft joins anti-Clarkson campaign

    We’ve all seen the idiots driving with one hand on the steering wheel and the other clutching a mobile phone, distractedly aiming their cars at pedestrians and cyclists while gossiping to friends about last night’s EastEnders.

  • Opinion: XP-based Eee PC price & availability revealed

    With new models on show at CeBIT, it looks like Asus' Eee PC is set to continue to be a runaway success. The long-rumoured Windows XP version finally made an appearance at the Hannover trade show, making the Eee PC an even more attractive purchase for those who want a tiny ultraportable, but are wary of Linux.

  • Opinion: XP-based Eee PC price & availability revealed

    With new models on show at CeBIT, it looks like Asus' Eee PC is set to continue to be a runaway success. The long-rumoured Windows XP version finally made an appearance at the Hannover trade show, making the Eee PC an even more attractive purchase for those who want a tiny ultraportable, but are wary of Linux.

  • Opinion: Open season for Microsoft

    Few technology companies are as resented and criticised as Microsoft, yet most of us depend on its products for one reason or another.

  • Opinion: Open season for Microsoft

    Few technology companies are as resented and criticised as Microsoft, yet most of us depend on its products for one reason or another.

  • Opinion: My BT Broadband Hell

    I'm currently trapped in BT Broadband call-centre Hell. Despite the appalling TV adverts with that annoying floppy-haired guy from 'My Family', I recently took the plunge and signed up for BT Home Broadband.

  • Opinion: Ireland's spunk rock festival hits web

    All the decent web domain names have been snapped up but there are still thousands of new sites popping up every week.

  • Opinion: iPod nano could have caused inferno

    First it was Sony laptop batteries bursting into flames, then came last week’s set-top box inferno. Now Apple’s diminutive iPod nano has been catching fire.

  • Opinion: Trend Micro enters email archiving market

    Trend Micro has launched an email archiving product which consists of server-based software and a Microsoft Outlook plug-in client that lets users archive their email and conduct authorised searches.

  • Opinion: At last a good idea for Facebook

    For most people Facebook is a place to keep in touch with their mates, share photos, join jokey groups and send stupid applications to each other.

  • Opinion: 5 reasons The Beatles aren't headed for iTunes

    Yet again, it’s rumoured that The Beatles back catalogue will be made available for download any day soon.

  • Opinion: Video: The sights and sounds of CeBIT

    CeBIT is one of the world's biggest PC and consumer electronics tradeshows, comprising products and technologies good, bad, indifferent and bizarre.

  • Opinion: The first MP3 player in space

    Heroic spacemen risking life and limb aboard the International Space Station are braced for their latest trial: not alien attack, nor a malfunctioning psychopath computer system, but an MP3 player filled with the worst music in the universe.

  • Opinion: Art attack

    Like viruses that threaten human health, the viruses and assorted malware encountered in the PC world are not exactly visible to the naked eye.

  • Opinion: Video: See yesterday's Apple iPhone event

    Apple's event yesterday - during which it released details of a new App Store and enterprise software - is now available for all to see online. Click here to see a streaming QuickTime movie on Apple's website.

  • Opinion: Digital TV set-top box blaze danger

    You might not just be saving the planet by unplugging your TV equipment at night – you could be saving your life as well!

  • Opinion: Blu-ray: PC Advisor readers hit back

    So what are you waiting for? Rush out and buy a Blu-ray player immediately. That was what we were supposed to do when the next-generation format war finally came to an end, and yet many PC Advisor readers remain indifferent to the new world of high-definition video.

  • Opinion: Blu-ray: PC Advisor readers hit back

    So what are you waiting for? Rush out and buy a Blu-ray player immediately. That was what we were supposed to do when the next-generation format war finally came to an end, and yet many PC Advisor readers remain indifferent to the new world of high-definition video.



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