Gary McKinnon loses case to avoid extradition
Friday 31 Jul 2009 [16:13]
could face 60 years in jail
McKinnon High Court ruling due today
Friday 31 Jul 2009 [9:46]
Hacker will find out if he faces extradition
Microsoft and Yahoo! search deal announced
Wednesday 29 Jul 2009 [16:16]
Microsoft and Yahoo! have announced an agreement that will see Microsoft powering Yahoo! search, while Yahoo! takes care of premium search advertisers.
Tiscali comes bottom in Ofcom bandwidth tests
Wednesday 29 Jul 2009 [9:40]
Tiscali comes bottom in Ofcom bandwidth tests
UK Govt publishes 20-page guide to Twitter
Tuesday 28 Jul 2009 [16:18]
140 character communication explained in too many words
New BlackBerry Curve 8520 has optical trackpad
Monday 27 Jul 2009 [16:14]
T-Mobile USA Inc. said today that an updated model of the popular BlackBerry Curve smartphone will be available Aug. 5 for $130 and a two-year contract.
WD unveils massive 1TB drive for laptops
Monday 27 Jul 2009 [12:03]
For those who need a LOT of portable storage
Rogue Adobe PDF attacks PCs
Thursday 23 Jul 2009 [15:07]
Symantec Security Response has discovered an Adobe Acrobat PDF file circulating the internet which allows a hacker to take over a user's PC.
iPhone helps Apple beat forecast with 1bn profit
Wednesday 22 Jul 2009 [10:47]
The sale of more than five million iPhones helped Apple beat forecasts with a profit of almost 1bn for its third quarter.
BT brings Indian jobs home, but Lloyds TSB doesn't
Friday 17 Jul 2009 [16:24]
BT is cutting 4,000 contract call centre jobs in India and bringing some of the work back to the UK.
Microsoft announces massive Windows 7 discounts
Friday 17 Jul 2009 [9:21]
Windows 7 is available with massive discounts if customers' pre order them now.
Nice start for Bing in US search rankings
Thursday 16 Jul 2009 [10:34]
You only Bing when you're winning
Critical security hole hits Firefox 3.5
Wednesday 15 Jul 2009 [16:14]
Mozilla is working on a fix for a "highly critical" vulnerability in is Firefox browser.
Details on Office 2010 versions released
Monday 13 Jul 2009 [16:35]
Microsoft simplifying things and including OneNote
Speedy USB 3.0 will be in PCs by Christmas
Monday 13 Jul 2009 [8:54]
New standard will blow away slowcoach USB 2.0
BT speeds up super-fast-fibre plans
Thursday 09 Jul 2009 [16:44]
1.5 million homes to have access by early summer 2010
Half a billion broadband users by next year
Thursday 09 Jul 2009 [10:46]
Global hunger for high-speed internet maintains pace
Web-criminals have Olympics in their sights
Wednesday 08 Jul 2009 [16:37]
Threat-level grown in "the last six months"
Google intros Chrome Operating System
Wednesday 08 Jul 2009 [8:46]
Drops bomb on industry, will launch in netbooks during 2010
Oracle to cut 1,000 jobs in Europe
Tuesday 07 Jul 2009 [8:54]
Oracle plans to lay off up to 1,000 workers in Europe, despite strong revenue growth compared with other enterprise software suppliers.
BT drops Phorm's targeted advertising technology
Monday 06 Jul 2009 [16:36]
BT has dropped Phorm's controversial technology that tracks customers on the internet.
Future MI6 head details accessible to millions on Facebook
Monday 06 Jul 2009 [9:27]
Personal details about the UK's ambassador to the UN and future head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, have been removed from social networking site Facebook because of security concerns.
Apple races to fix iPhone security flaw
Friday 03 Jul 2009 [16:01]
Apple is working on a security patch for the iPhone to fix a vulnerability that could be exploited by cybercriminals.
Dell forced to sell 19-inch monitors for 9
Friday 03 Jul 2009 [8:31]
Taiwanese government orders company to honour site slip
5 million download Firefox 3.5 in 24 hours
Thursday 02 Jul 2009 [16:20]
Not quite as good as Firefox 3 but a stellar attempt
Apple iPhone 3G S sold out in UK
Thursday 02 Jul 2009 [8:52]
Apple's new iPhone 3GS is sold out, according to O2, the phone's exclusive carrier in the UK.
Firefox 3.5 released by Mozilla
Tuesday 30 Jun 2009 [16:17]
Latest browser now available for manual download
Lost internet connection could cost 150bn
Tuesday 30 Jun 2009 [11:34]
Losing the internet for a month could cost Europe and the US at least 150bn in lost business, according to a report on national security in the 21st century.
Britain's digital TV revolution close to 90%
Monday 29 Jun 2009 [16:29]
And second televisions getting digilove too
Pub ATMs set to offer Wi-Fi internet access
Monday 29 Jun 2009 [8:50]
Cashbox teaming up with BT to make cashpoints into hotspots
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