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Latest Poll: Do you use MySpace?


  • 17%
    Yes, I have my own page

  • 20%
    No, but I'm interested

  • 63%
    MySpace is a waste of time

  • This poll has been sponsored by Matt Egan

This poll is now closed

Previous Poll: When will you upgrade to Windows Vista?

  • 10%
    Already using Vista

  • 11%
    Will upgrade in next 12 months

  • 36%
    Will wait for my next PC

  • 43%
    I'm sticking with XP

  • This poll has been sponsored by Matt

This poll is now closed

Previous Poll: Which of the following is the most significant product release?

  • 19%
    Apple iPhone

  • 4%
    Apple TV

  • 13%
    Microsoft Office 2007

  • 64%
    Windows Vista

  • This poll has been sponsored by Matt Egan

This poll is now closed

Previous Poll: I think Apple's iPhone

  • 18%
    is brilliant and revolutionary. It will change the way I use technology

  • 27%
    is a nice concept, but it's undercooked. I want to see it in action before I make my judgment

  • 56%
    is a triumph of hype over substance. I won't be buying one

  • This poll has been sponsored by Matt Egan

This poll is now closed

Previous Poll: 10 million UK internet users now have a broadband connection

  • 94%
    and I'm one of them

  • 2%
    but I'm not one of them - I'm still thinking about it

  • 1%
    but I'm not one of them - I've decided to stick with dialup

  • 1%
    and I'm about to join them

  • 2%
    but I can't join them - there are no services where I live

  • This poll has been sponsored by FE

This poll is now closed

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