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  • 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.

  • Opinion: UK man charged with Facebook harrassment

    A Birmingham man will be the first in the UK to stand trial for harassment through Facebook.

  • Opinion: CeBIT: AMD comes out swinging

    In recent years AMD has struggled to hang on to the coat-tails of Intel (or 'our rival') as AMD execs say, eschewing the 'I word'.

  • Opinion: Ringback tones 'largest source of mobile entertainment revenue by 2010'

    I was in a bar the other day when everyone reached for their mobile phone. I mean everyone. OK, the pub wasn’t that packed, but there must have been a dozen or so people sitting around chatting over a pint of beer or glass of wine before the gentle hum of conversation was shattered by a shrill ring.

  • Opinion: CeBIT: XP-based Asus Eee PC - I WANT ONE

    Note to Father Christmas: I realise that your big day is a ways off, but I am going to be a good boy, and I do want an Asus Eee PC. One with an 8in screen and Windows XP please.

  • Opinion: CeBIT: Samsung wants your business

    Samsung was quick out of the blocks here at CeBIT, yesterday announcing a raft of products before Hannover's uber tradeshow had even begun.

  • Opinion: PC Advisor reviews: have your say

    For once, the two biggest items of note this month are both pieces of software – and free ones at that.

  • Opinion: Eee PC to get Windows XP & Wimax at Cebit?

    We've heard it all before, of course, but a Windows XP Eee PC and a WiMax Eee PC look more likely than ever. According to various online reports, the launches will happen at the week's Cebit trade show in Hanover, and the rumours aren't simply based on hearsay and speculation.

  • Opinion: Eee PC to get Windows XP & Wimax at Cebit?

    We've heard it all before, of course, but a Windows XP Eee PC and a WiMax Eee PC look more likely than ever. According to various online reports, the launches will happen at the week's Cebit trade show in Hanover, and the rumours aren't simply based on hearsay and speculation.



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