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  • Opinion: Replacing the MacBook Air battery is a cinch

    A report claims that MacBook Air battery replacement takes just minutes.

  • Opinion: iPhone is still a bit rubbish at texting

    I'm loving some of the new features released with the free iPhone 1.1.3 update, but the texting abilities are still rather primitive - not really good enough for a mobile that is rather boastful of its innovative features.

  • Opinion: Windows 7 fast-tracked due to unpopular Vista?

    There's been a healthy debate in our forum following last week's blog about InfoWorld's Save XP campaign.

  • Opinion: Windows 7 fast-tracked due to unpopular Vista?

    There's been a healthy debate in our forum following last week's blog about InfoWorld's Save XP campaign.

  • Opinion: Geeks abandon MacBook Air for USS Enterprise

    Forget all the hoo-hah about the MacBook Air and new iPhone features at Macworld Expo. Steve Jobs could have laid out Apple's plans and product launches for the next 12 months, and he still would have been ignored as a far more geek-grabbing exclusive hit the headlines...

  • Opinion: Steve Jobs calls sex girl 'rude'

    The author of 'The Ultimate Guide to Fellatio: How to Go Down on a Man and Give Him Mind-Blowing Pleasure' is achieving her 15 minutes of blogging fame after being called "rude" by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

  • Opinion: Online passwords 'too much for modern minds'

    Another day, another survey about how bloomin' stupid we all are at basic computer security.

  • Opinion: Security: the human factor

    Malware writers’ tactics have developed significantly in recent years. Protecting your PC online is no longer a one-click fix.

  • Opinion: Security: the human factor

    Malware writers’ tactics have developed significantly in recent years. Protecting your PC online is no longer a one-click fix.

  • Opinion: Die, Scrabulous, die!

    I like Facebook, although I certainly spend less time seeing what trivialities my 'friends' are up to than a year ago. It's not all a pleasure, however.

  • Opinion: MacBook Air headline puns

    Headline writers, relax. Here's a bunch of MacBook Air headlines to pun up your reports of Apple's latest super-thin laptop:

  • Opinion: Could your videos save Windows XP?

    Is Windows XP the most popular Microsoft operating system of all time? You'd think so, judging by the desire from consumers and businesses to extended its availability. Now, one of PC Advisor's sister titles hopes to increase the pressure on Microsoft to abandon plans to kill XP in June, and they need your help.

  • Opinion: Could your videos save Windows XP?

    Is Windows XP the most popular Microsoft operating system of all time? You'd think so, judging by the desire from consumers and businesses to extended its availability. Now, one of PC Advisor's sister titles hopes to increase the pressure on Microsoft to abandon plans to kill XP in June, and they need your help.

  • Opinion: David Cameron MP is an 'internet villain'

    The Internet Service Provider's Association has an interesting take on the good, the bad and the ugly of the UK web community, and each year nominates individuals and organisations that have helped or hindered internet access, availability and usability over the past 10 months.

  • Opinion: David Cameron MP is an 'internet villain'

    The Internet Service Provider's Association has an interesting take on the good, the bad and the ugly of the UK web community, and each year nominates individuals and organisations that have helped or hindered internet access, availability and usability over the past 10 months.

  • Opinion: More excuses for Microsoft's strange Xbox signal

    After 37 days, Microsoft has finally issued a statement in response to the strong radio apparently generated by its Xbox 360 game console that was noticed by Morrisville State College's IT group. The 43-word statement read: "Any number of scenarios could account for wireless LAN disruptions in a college dorm environment where several electronic devices operate in close proximity. Xbox 360 complies with all applicable FCC regulations and we have not received reports that would indicate such a problem." Here's our top 10 of other things Microsoft could say about the strange Xbox Wi-Fi signal.

  • Opinion: Lecturer bans students from Google and Wikipedia

    Professor Tara Brabazon, a media studies lecturer from the University of Brighton (apparently there is such an institution), has banned students from online research.

  • Opinion: Sony launches bargain PlayStation 3 bundle

    Sony Computer Entertainment Europe today announced a new and (relatively) inexpensive PlayStation 3 bundle for UK gamers.

  • Opinion: Kent to get perfick broadband speeds

    BT is set to bring fibre-to-the-home broadband to the UK this year. But unless you live in Ebbsfleet, there's no need to get too excited just yet.

  • Opinion: Windows Vista disappoints - but does it matter?

    Microsoft doesn't 'do' failure and the claimed sales figures for Windows Vista at the end of its first year of life were never going to be allowed to blot the company history books.



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