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  • Opinion: Can OpenOffice 3 finally take on Microsoft?

    Microsoft's Office suite could have plausible challenger on the desktop for the first time since Lotus gave up trying to take on Redmond a decade ago.

  • Opinion: Fruit wars! Apple aims guns at BlackBerry

    Apple's market power derives not merely from its technology, but from its adeptness at reframing a familiar market to limit the field of competitors.

  • Opinion: Facebook settles Arab-Israeli conflict

    Facebook has managed to annoy those lovable, cuddly Israeli settlers on the West Bank.

  • Opinion: 'Steve Jobs' blasts Wired numbskulls

    'Fake Steve Jobs' Dan Lyons, a senior editor at Forbes magazine who writes The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs blog, takes on Leander Kahney, news editor for Wired.com, in a clash on over whether Apple has to be "so, well, evil".

  • Opinion: iPod users blamed for own deaths

    Who is to blame for the rise in pedestrian deaths in the City of London? Drunk drivers? Motorists using their mobile phones? Bendy buses? Ken Livingstone?

  • Opinion: What's your favourite blog?

    Tell us your favourite blog - and why - and you could get your name in PC Advisor, or even win a great prize!

  • Opinion: What has an iPod nano got in common with a muffin?

    National consumer inflation figures are worked out by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), which has a 650-strong “basket of goods and services” to calculate the Retail Prices Index.

  • 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.



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