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  • Opinion: George W Bush loves 'the Google'

    He's whizzed around on a Segway scooter and jigged to the sound of his iPod. Now George W Bush has revealed a keenness for Google Earth. MSNBS reporter Maria Bartiromo asked the US president whether he'd used Google, and he admitted his fondness for the company's popular mapping tool.

  • Opinion: Reader tip: direct download

    In response to Paul Pique's enquiry about how to download pictures direct from a digital camera to a USB memory stick, Brian Vale suggests the Belkin product USB Anywhere.

  • Opinion: Combat browser apathy

    Do you use Internet Explorer (IE) just because you always have?

  • Opinion: Combat browser apathy

    Do you use Internet Explorer (IE) just because you always have?

  • Opinion: Milk, bread, office suite?

    Clothing, consumer electronics and life insurance are just three of the things you can pick up on your weekly shop. Now Tesco is going one step further - it’s selling software.

  • Opinion: Adobe Digital Editions: a real page turner

    Who's reading War and Peace on a laptop? Who's reading Animal Farm on a PDA? Who's tired of dusty old books? Anyone?

  • Opinion: TIP: stop printer pop-ups

    The Hassle: Whenever I output something on my shared printer, an annoying yellow confirmation bubble pops up to tell me the document has been printed. It won't go away unless I click on it. Can I turn that option off?

  • Opinion: Future sounds?

    Microsoft has revealed more details of its highly anticipated Zune media player, just in time to dampen excitement surrounding Apple’s new iPod range.

  • Opinion: TIP: slicker searching in Outlook

    Track down those messages you know are around but can’t find using Lookout, a freebie from, of all companies, Microsoft.

  • Opinion: Spreadsheets in the spotlight

    We compared the spreadsheet capabilities of four popular office suites.

  • Opinion: Word processors in the spotlight

    We compared the word-processing capabilities of four popular office suites.

  • Opinion: Console yourself

    Nintendo could beat Sony in the battle for control of the Japanese console market.

  • Opinion: The campaign for real campaigns

    Proving that nothing enervates the good folk of merry England so much as a minor irritation, an internet campaign is currently taking London by storm. Well, it's taking London by a minor squall. Some drizzle and a bit of a breeze then. Look, it made the local news, okay?

  • Opinion: Tackling the PC power struggle

    Google's latest attempt to back up its 'Don't be evil' mantra is to cover the roofs of the four main buildings of its 'Googleplex' in Mountain View, California, with solar panels.

  • Opinion: Tackling the PC power struggle

    Google's latest attempt to back up its 'Don't be evil' mantra is to cover the roofs of the four main buildings of its 'Googleplex' in Mountain View, California, with solar panels.

  • Opinion: TIP: quickly find old email messages

    The Hassle: I hang on to valuable messages, sometimes for years. The problem is, I find that the subject lines are often meaningless to me. That makes it difficult to remember what the message was about.

  • Opinion: Exclusive: latest Wi-Fi routers tested

    We put the latest crop of wireless routers through their paces in our new issue, testing real-world data throughput over both small and large distances.

  • Opinion: vPro: Intel's latest all-in-one

    Back in 2003, Intel had a great idea. Don't just sell a processor by itself. Instead, package it up with a chipset and wireless adapter.

  • Opinion: Vista on a budget

    There's no need to spend hundreds on a new PC to enjoy Vista. Your current system should be more than capable – and a simple upgrade could make it even more so.

  • Opinion: Vista on a budget

    There's no need to spend hundreds on a new PC to enjoy Vista. Your current system should be more than capable – and a simple upgrade could make it even more so.



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