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  • Opinion: What could cripple the new net?

    PC Advisor has been investigating what the Web 2.0 revolution will mean for all of us. It's exciting stuff, but what could go wrong?

  • Opinion: iPhone – your questions answered

    Not available in Europe until the final quarter of the year, we recently got our hands on an Apple iPhone. Here's an in-depth look – focusing on the device's capabilities as a phone, internet-enabled device, and iPod.

  • Opinion: Smokers are newest threat to security

    Security companies are notorious for sending out well-timed warnings that tap into the latest hot topic in a bid to promote the benefits of their products.

  • Opinion: Smokers are newest threat to security

    Security companies are notorious for sending out well-timed warnings that tap into the latest hot topic in a bid to promote the benefits of their products.

  • Opinion: Windows Vista upgrade? Don't bother

    When Microsoft's Windows Vista OS was launched amid much Bill-Gates-hyped fanfare, I can't have been the only person experiencing upgrade-goldrush fever. Sweaty palms, raised heartbeat and that edgy feeling that you really should be first in the queue to upgrade - all present and correct.

  • Opinion: 'Smug' Mac adverts backfire

    "I'm a Mac." "And I'm a PC." Well, you're both annoying.

  • Opinion: Helpful downloads for your business

    Use these tools to make your business work more efficiently

  • Opinion: Vista and iPhone: high-fives, hype and hot air

    Desirable it may well be, but as a 'revolution' the iPhone is more poster campaign than Bastille

  • Opinion: This month's hottest new gadgets

    PC Advisor’s man in Tokyo rounds up the latest cool kit that's hitting the streets this month - and finds out a few surprising home truths about the mobile phone market.

  • Opinion: Vista PCs: first reviews

    After the hype, the reality. Following the false starts, rumour and hyperbole, Windows Vista is finally here. And it's one snazzy piece of code. But how does Microsoft’s baby work in the real-world? We tested a phalanx of Vista PCs to find out.

  • Opinion: Office 2007: try before you buy

    Convincing people to upgrade their Office package is usually a tricky task, but we've got an ace up our sleeve

  • Opinion: Office 2007: try before you buy

    Convincing people to upgrade their Office package is usually a tricky task, but we've got an ace up our sleeve

  • Opinion: PC Advisor's MySpace adventure

    In a potentially ill-advised attempt to get with the programme (daddio), PC Advisor has finally got one of these new-fangled MySpace thingamajigs.

  • Opinion: Is mobile TV rubbish?

    Worrying signs for operators hoping to push mobile TV and video. New research from M:Metrics suggests that former users of mobile TV and video in Europe already outnumber current users, with early adopters put off by price, reliability and quality issues.

  • Opinion: Is mobile TV rubbish?

    Worrying signs for operators hoping to push mobile TV and video. New research from M:Metrics suggests that former users of mobile TV and video in Europe already outnumber current users, with early adopters put off by price, reliability and quality issues.

  • Opinion: Preview: Spyware Doctor 5.0 beta

    Here's our exclusive first review of PC Tools' latest antispyware utility. It will be available to download from www.pctools.com from next month.

  • Opinion: Google: search engine or copyright pirate?

    Google today took a pasting in the Belgian courts. The case raises some interesting questions, chief among them: 'why would any publication not want to be Googled?' and 'since when did Belgium get so bolshy'?

  • Opinion: Searching for music by singing

    It sounds like the start of a bad joke, but Midomi is a search engine that purports to find music by having you sing, hum or, if you have the wherewithal, strum a guitar or blow into a trombone. You can also search by typing in the name of the song or artist, but that's oh-so-boring…

  • Opinion: Mobile everything

    Mobile TV, mobile search, mobile music, mobile mapping, mobile MySpace and mobile YouTube – it’s all happening at this week’s 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona. According to my entirely unscientific research, there’s more innovation on the mobile phone at the moment than any other technology, possibly.

  • Opinion: Mobile everything

    Mobile TV, mobile search, mobile music, mobile mapping, mobile MySpace and mobile YouTube – it’s all happening at this week’s 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona. According to my entirely unscientific research, there’s more innovation on the mobile phone at the moment than any other technology, possibly.



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