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  1. Russia plans 'alternative Wikipedia'
  2. Five-year-old passes Microsoft exam
  3. US government planes collecting phone data, report claims
  4. Hackers exploit NFC phone payment technology
  5. Microsoft fixes '19-year-old' bug with emergency patch
  6. Vodafone to launch UK broadband and TV services
  7. Apple malware affects mostly Chinese users
  8. Microsoft ends retail sales of Windows 7 and 8
  9. DxO 10
  10. Microsoft unveils $199 wearable fitness device
  11. 'Shazam for birds' app set for spring launch
  12. OneDrive delivers unlimited cloud storage to Office 365 subscribers
  13. Google offers new email app dubbed Inbox
  14. Microsoft ditching the Nokia name on smartphones
  15. Apple Pay
  16. Connecting Nikon D200 to a computer?
  17. Is it me?
  18. Apple's iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 tablets and new 5K iMac 27" are unveiled
  19. Get MacPhun Focus for Mac for Free!
  20. Google readies Android Lollipop release
  21. Google unveils new Nexus TV, phone and tablet devices
  22. Mojang reassures Minecraft fans about Microsoft deal
  23. Symantec latest company to split in two
  24. Uploads to Facebook
  25. Attack code for 'unpatchable' USB flaw released
  26. UK cable broadband internet speeds 'faster than fibre'
  27. Tesco Hudl 2 now Available
  28. ARM creates operating system for 'internet of things'
  29. Microsoft unveils Windows 10 system
  30. New .wales and .cymru domain web addresses go live
  31. Nikon ViewNX software
  32. Apple says bent iPhones are 'rare'
  33. Shellshock bug in bash affects Apple OSX and Linux
  34. Apple apologises for iOS 8 update bug
  35. Blackberry Passport introduces dual-control keyboard
  36. Bent iPhone claims put Apple under pressure to respond
  37. Samsung laptops to be pulled from sale in Europe
  38. eBay under pressure as hacks continue
  39. eBay security flaw has existed for months
  40. Google and Apple to force encryption
  41. Users frustrated by Apple iOS update
  42. Toshiba Exceria™ SD Memory Card (UHS-I)
  43. Apple toughens iCloud security after celebrity breach
  44. eBay attack puts its buyers at risk
  45. Panasonic launches Lumix camera phone with giant sensor
  46. Minecraft and Microsoft: What now?
  47. Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang
  48. Apple Announce iOS 8
  49. Microsoft set to buy Minecraft's developer Mojang, say reports
  50. Most apps are 'failing on privacy', claims report
  51. Apple Watch unveiled alongside new larger iPhones
  52. Apple - follow the mobile money
  53. Vista
  54. Google to repay parents for 'unfair'' in-app purchases
  55. Apple to tighten iCloud security after celebrity leaks
  56. Microsoft phones get flash trick for low light snaps
  57. Apple iCloud security exploit is a concern, experts say
  58. Apple confirms accounts compromised but denies security breach
  59. Celebrity hacks: How to protect yourself in the cloud
  60. Uber banned in Germany by Frankfurt court
  61. Pop up advertisements.
  62. MSN Messenger to end after 15 years
  63. Adobe Photoshop Mix 1.1 for iPad
  64. HP recalls more than six million power cords
  65. Mozilla's first low-cost smartphone on sale in India
  66. What are wi-fi connections revealing about you?
  67. Pics.io A RAW Editor in a Browser that used Google Drive
  68. Gmail smartphone app hacked by researchers
  69. Samsung's First Ultra High Definition Monitor
  70. Samsung-made Nook tablet announced by Barnes & Noble
  71. Tesco Hudl and other Android devices face data reset flaw
  72. Reversible USB cable design finished
  73. Samsung reveals metal-framed phone
  74. Microsoft stays committed to ultra-cheap phones
  75. Microsoft to drop support for outdated web browsers
  76. Free WiFi trialled on London buses
  77. Cryptolocker victims to get files back for free
  78. Sony gives up on selling e-readers
  79. Microsoft sues Samsung over Android patent fees
  80. MacBook Pro with Retina display. More power behind every pixel.
  81. Car firms sued over CD-copying entertainment systems
  82. Android Fake ID bug exposes smartphones and tablets
  83. Microsoft calls end to Android Nokia X smartphones
  84. Apple and IBM form apps and sales partnership
  85. Apple photos for OSX
  86. Redesign for barebones Raspberry Pi computer
  87. Timelapse software
  88. Heads up
  89. Google to be sued over 'snooping'
  90. Social media 'at least half' of front-line policing
  91. Microsoft unveils Android phone
  92. China's Tianhe-2 tops supercomputer chart again
  93. Apple Introduce entry Level iMac
  94. Nokia 'paid blackmail hackers millions'
  95. eBay pulls sales of Chinese 'spyware phones'
  96. Apple exchanges 'overheating' European USB power adapters
  97. DropBox Abuse warning
  98. What a difference.
  99. Amazon offers music-streaming service to subscribers
  100. Mozilla to sell '$25' Firefox OS smartphones in India
  101. Computer AI passes Turing test in 'world first'
  102. Vodafone reveals direct government wiretaps
  103. Heartbleed fix finds more security bugs in server code
  104. Android Simplelocker ransomware encrypts SD card files
  105. How to defend yourself against the 'two-week' attack
  106. Zeus - a triumph or a time to panic?
  107. Apple iOS 8
  108. Apple takes on Dropbox and WhatsApp
  109. 'Two weeks' to block cyber-attack as criminal network seized
  110. Google agrees to forget
  111. Panasonic recalls laptop and tablet batteries
  112. Apple devices 'hijacked for ransom' in Australia
  113. Apple wants retrial in Samsung patent case
  114. Google 'poised to produce 3D imaging tablet'
  115. Microsoft launches larger Surface Pro 3 to rival laptops
  116. China bans Microsoft Windows 8 on government computers
  117. Blackshades: Arrests in computer malware probe
  118. Apple apps made to run on Android devices
  119. Apple and Google settle patent row
  120. Adobe apologises for global Creative Cloud failure
  121. Adobe Creative Cloud Service Outage
  122. EU backs 'right to be forgotten'
  123. Mozilla to test sponsored tabs
  124. Faster Chromebook laptops revealed by Google and Intel
  125. Urgent heads up
  126. Tesco to launch own-brand smartphone this year
  127. Samsung ordered to pay Apple $119.6m
  128. Microsoft includes XP users in Internet Explorer fix
  129. Canon addresses vulnerability in OpenSSL cryptographic software
  130. Galaxy K zoom unveiled - smartphone with 10x optical zoom
  131. Heartbleed used to uncover data from cyber-criminals
  132. Alerts over faulty Apple and Samsung handsets
  133. Microsoft warns of Internet Explorer flaw
  134. Microsoft and Nokia complete mobile phone unit deal
  135. Screen problem
  136. Dho!
  137. BBC and Sky catch-up apps experience iOS fault
  138. Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked with glue mould
  139. Heartbleed hacks hit Mumsnet and Canada's tax agency
  140. Heartbleed hackers steal Canada data
  141. Android devices await Heartbleed fix
  142. Topaz detail
  143. Battery offers 30-second phone charging
  144. Heartbleed bug: What you need to know
  145. Heartbleed Bug: Public urged to reset all passwords
  146. Server bug find fuels security fears
  147. Top EU court rejects EU-wide data retention law
  148. Windows XP security deadline arrives
  149. BBC iPlayer shows to be made available for 30 days
  150. Xbox password flaw exposed by five-year-old boy
  151. Reversible USB cable design shown off for first time
  152. Microsoft unveils Cortana assistant for Windows Phone
  153. Microsoft scam man is sentenced in 'landmark' case
  154. Sony unveils digital paper tablet
  155. Microsoft unveils iPad Office suite
  156. Microsoft admits reading Hotmail inbox of blogger
  157. Apple Updates Most Affordable 9.7-inch iPad
  158. US government set to give up net oversight powers
  159. BT to be investigated over email data after whistleblower remarks
  160. Europe backs call for universal smartphone charger
  161. Fujifilm introduces dternity – the future of data archiving
  162. Archival Disc to be next Blu-Ray
  163. New-look iPlayer unveiled by BBC
  164. iOS 7.1 The most advanced mobile OS keeps advancing.
  165. missing drive
  166. Free wi-fi hotspots pose data risk, Europol warns
  167. Mozilla anger over Dell Firefox fee
  168. Ads 'biggest mobile malware risk'
  169. Rules leave inherited iPad 'useless'
  170. XP - the operating system that will not die
  171. AirPnP rent-out-your-toilet app launched for Mardi Gras
  172. New magnetic material could boost electronics
  173. Panasonic Announces SDXC/SDHC UHS-I Card
  174. Upgrade CS5 to CS6
  175. UK spies 'intercepted webcam images of Yahoo users'
  176. New Beta software from Nikon
  177. EIZO Updates Its Flagship ColorEdge Monitors with New 27" Models
  178. 'Treasure trove' of personal details found
  179. 'Contagious' wi-fi threat created
  180. Apple users in security warning
  181. Sony Xperia™ Z2 Tablet – the world’s slimmest & lightest waterproof1 tablet
  182. Monitor Question?
  183. Security failings in home routers exposed
  184. Intermittent Gremlins
  185. Sony to sell PC unit and cut jobs
  186. Adobe Flash Player gets emergency update
  187. Sony announces new updates to QX Lens-Style cameras
  188. Snowden leaks: Canada 'spied on airport travellers'
  189. Nikon Learn & Explore App - photo tips, techniques and terms
  190. Word of warning
  191. NSA 'gets data from Angry Birds'
  192. Pocket-size secure storage solved: Sony’s new ultra-slim HD-SG5 Hard Drive
  193. Google and Samsung sign global patent deal
  194. Apple Raw App
  195. Chrome browser becomes eavesdropping tool
  196. Mac + Multiple Monitors + Multiple Desktops
  197. Chrome extensions targeted by spam firms
  198. layers in photoshop cs5
  199. Anyone have any experience.........
  200. Reallusion FaceFilter3
  201. Microsoft extends virus warnings for Windows XP to 2015
  202. Find and Kill Noisy Tabs With the Latest Version of Chrome
  203. Apple to refund $32.5m to parents whose kids made in-app purchases
  204. Google to buy Nest Labs for $3.2bn
  205. New Gmail messaging feature causes privacy concerns
  206. Transcend JetFlash®380S / 380G
  207. Google in Android tie-up with car manufacturers
  208. Phew !
  209. Facebook sued over message 'scanning'
  210. Perfect Photo Suite 8
  211. Canon U.S.A. Announces Availability Of Print Plugin App For New Kindle Fire Devices
  212. Blogs
  213. Cryptolocker ransomware has 'infected about 250,000 PCs'
  214. Apple signs iPhone deal with China Mobile
  215. MAC Pro - Coming in December
  216. Tablet goes on sale for £30 in UK
  217. Warnings over text-sharing apps
  218. Copycat ransomware demands cash to unscramble files
  219. Aldi 'low-cost' tablet sells out
  220. Ultra-fast transfer with the new Sony MACH QX-USB
  221. Samsung retries botched update to Galaxy S3 smartphone
  222. Data haul by Android Flashlight app 'deceives' millions
  223. Microsoft disrupts ZeroAccess web fraud botnet
  224. USB Type-C cable plugs to be reversible
  225. Connect Directly To Santa's Workshop With The Canon U.S.A. PIXMA Facebook App
  226. Warning issued over Windows XP bug
  227. Apple buys motion sensor maker PrimeSense
  228. Apps
  229. LG promises update for 'spying' smart TV
  230. Samsung to pay Apple $290m (£180m) for copying phones
  231. It's a disaster: Winamp shutting up shop
  232. LG investigates 'spying' Smart TVs
  233. Microsoft to buy mobile phone business
  234. Weye Feye Remote Controls your Nikon or Canon dSLR from your smartphone
  235. Overheating HP Chromebook 11 laptops taken off sale
  236. Seamless Serenity Lightroom Presets half price offer
  237. 70,000 customers at risk from 'sophisticated criminal attack'
  238. Microsoft warns users of hacker attacks
  239. Blackberry shares plunge after sell-off plan abandoned
  240. New DXO PRO 9
  241. Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat
  242. DXO Filmpack 3 free download
  243. Snowden leaks: Google 'outraged' at alleged NSA hacking
  244. Contactless payment data can be picked up at a distance
  245. 64 Bit Computer.
  246. Nokia Lumia 1520 - 20MP with RAW Capability
  247. Ebay buys Shutl to aim for one-hour delivery in UK
  248. Introducing the All-New Mac Pro — The Most Radical Mac Ever
  249. Apple Introduces Next-Generation iWork and iLife Apps for OS X and iOS
  250. OS X Mavericks Available Today Free from the Mac App Store