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  • Opinion: Ikea incompatible with Vista, Mac, Firefox, laptops...

    Imagine a major, modern global retail brand that could soon find itself incompatible with all new computers. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to Ikea.

  • Opinion: AVG aims to make web surfing safe again

    As well as the usual antivirus, antispyware and firewall protection, AVG 8.0 - the upcoming internet security suite from AVG - aims to make browsing the internet secure. If it works, it may even protect users from themselves. (I know, it sounds far fetched.)

  • Opinion: The mystery of the missing 1.3m iPhones

    Apple's iPhone has rarely been out of the spotlight since it was announced at Macworld Expo just over a year ago, but this time analysts and tech enthusiasts are not deliberating over new features, price cuts or the potential for an iPhone 2 launch during 2008.

  • Opinion: The mystery of the missing 1.3m iPhones

    Apple's iPhone has rarely been out of the spotlight since it was announced at Macworld Expo just over a year ago, but this time analysts and tech enthusiasts are not deliberating over new features, price cuts or the potential for an iPhone 2 launch during 2008.

  • Opinion: Open University launches computer forensics course

    The Open University has launched a postgraduate course designed to offer a basic understanding of digital evidence collection, forensic computing and IT incident management in criminal investigations.

  • Opinion: HP partners with Dame Edna Everage

    Think you can't afford a piece of original art in your home? Well thanks to a new you website from HP, you can. As part of its 'What Do You Have to Say' campaign, two original pieces of artwork created by Barry Humphries and his alter ego Dame Edna Everage, are available for free online and can be personalised then printed off, framed and hung anywhere in your home.

  • Opinion: Is MacBook Air new Cube?

    Wow, it's thin - but isn't Apple's new MacBook Air just a laptop version of the company's beautiful but massively compromised Power Mac G4 Cube from 2000?

  • Opinion: FAQ: MacBook Air's solid-state disk

    When it comes to storage, the newly unveiled MacBook Air offers an 80GB, 4,200rpm Parallel ATA hard drive as part of its standard configuration. However, that's not the only option - would-be MacBook Air buyers can also order the laptop with a 64GB solid-state drive (SSD).

  • Opinion: XP marks the spot for a better Vista

    Remember the date: June 30 2008. That’s when Microsoft plans to sell its last ever Windows XP licences. From that point on it’s Vista or bust for the Redmond gang.

  • Opinion: Skype kills video feature following IE bug

    Skype has been forced to turn off a video-sharing feature in its software because it could be misused to launch a self-copying worm attack against Skype users, according to security researchers.

  • Opinion: Sony to launch white PlayStation 3 in the UK?

    Sony plans to launch its ceramic white PlayStation 3 console in the UK and around the world after it proved a hit in Japan. Well, probably.

  • 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.


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