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  • Opinion: Ninja blogger in hot water over kung-fu monk slur

    A blogger who claimed that a Japanese ninja beat up kung-fu Shaolin monks has been threatened with legal action. And the kicking of his life.

  • Opinion: Idle Rugby World Cup fans will cost UK £461m

    Should rugby fever grip the nation during the upcoming Rugby World Cup, productivity could take a huge slump. But internet traffic could be headed for a boom period, as office slackers spend their days catching up on the latest 'action' (kick/clap/catch/kick/grunt).

  • Opinion: Battling the techie brain drain

    Due to sporting ineptitude, I’m currently operating with only one hand. As a consequence, when Team Egan hits the road, I take the role of navigator.

  • Opinion: Why iTunes TV has bragging rights over the BBC

    Last week's launch of on-demand TV shows via Apple iTunes has left many wondering whether UK broadcasters' efforts to make their content available online is too little, too late.

  • Opinion: Why iTunes TV has bragging rights over the BBC

    Last week's launch of on-demand TV shows via Apple iTunes has left many wondering whether UK broadcasters' efforts to make their content available online is too little, too late.

  • Opinion: Windows Vista gets Ad-Aware

    Lavasoft now has Vista-compatible versions of its Ad-Aware 2007 anti-spyware line. The Free, Plus and Pro versions all now work with the 32bit version of Microsoft's new OS.

  • Opinion: MSN Messenger users warned of 'exploit pack'

    Last week, it was a webcam flaw in Yahoo Messenger that could leave you vulnerable to attack if you clicked a link to a malicious video conversation invitation. Now, researchers have found a similar hole in Microsoft's MSN Messenger.

  • Opinion: Video games 'not to blame for Virginia Tech shootings'

    Virginia Tech gunman Seung Hui Cho did not play any video games with violent or war-related themes, according to Virginia governor Tim Kaine's final report on the killings in April.

  • Opinion: Find out who's top of the ISP speed league

    We all know by now that ISPs' promised broadband speeds should be taken with a pinch of salt. But comparison site Broadbandchoices.co.uk claims to have exposed the full extent of the disparity between what individual ISPs claim they offer and what they deliver.

  • Opinion: Find out who's top of the ISP speed league

    We all know by now that ISPs' promised broadband speeds should be taken with a pinch of salt. But comparison site Broadbandchoices.co.uk claims to have exposed the full extent of the disparity between what individual ISPs claim they offer and what they deliver.

  • Opinion: TorrentSpy squeezed out of the US

    TorrentSpy, knee-deep in legal-sludge slung by the US movie industry, has barred US users from its file-sharing service. But TorrentSpy claims the move is not directly influenced by its ongoing legal wrangles. Directly being the key word.

  • Opinion: Free music: Is Deezer the new Napster?

    Five years ago a host of peer-to-peer services claimed they had the legal basis to challenge old media's archaic views on music copyright. Sean Fanning's Napster was born on the premise that we shouldn't have to pay inflated prices for music, and for a while, it seemed he was going to get away with it. Fast forward to 2007, and Napster is a legitimate service, Apple's iTunes is the world's most influential music downloading service and even the likes of Kazaa and Limewire are attempting to go legit. But despite these high-profile about turns, the free music bandwagon keeps on rolling.

  • Opinion: Free music: Is Deezer the new Napster?

    Five years ago a host of peer-to-peer services claimed they had the legal basis to challenge old media's archaic views on music copyright. Sean Fanning's Napster was born on the premise that we shouldn't have to pay inflated prices for music, and for a while, it seemed he was going to get away with it. Fast forward to 2007, and Napster is a legitimate service, Apple's iTunes is the world's most influential music downloading service and even the likes of Kazaa and Limewire are attempting to go legit. But despite these high-profile about turns, the free music bandwagon keeps on rolling.

  • Opinion: Second Life players spied on by government

    Watch out online communities and all you avatars out there, the taxman is after you.

  • Opinion: How to avoid being a phish

    *Phish: n., A person who will click an unsolicited email link based on assumption. (see mirror).

  • Opinion: Xbox 360 racing wheel gets cooling retrofit

    More bad luck for Xbox users. First there was the Xbox 360 warranty extension because of the so-called "flashing lights of death" failures, ostensibly due to overheating issues.

  • Opinion: M-rated Manhunt 2 cleared for Wal-Mart sale

    Manhunt 2 has been given a M (for Mature) rating for its PS2 and Wii releases, giving it a fighting chance of becoming a massive bestseller and right-wing scapegoat for years to come.

  • Opinion: IBM workers to strike in Second Life

    IBM workers in Italy are set to go on strike over a pay dispute. But rather than get cold standing around a brazier in a donkey jacket, IBM's awkward squad will take their industrial action to the streets. The virtual streets of Second Life.

  • Opinion: Nearly half of workers banned from Facebook

    The backlash against Facebook is on. A survey has found that 43 percent of employees are now being blocked from Facebook access during office hours.

  • Opinion: Apple iPhone to be an eBook reader?

    According to a news report by Reuters last week, the iPhone is set to become a device for displaying electronic books.



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