Technology News

Death knell sounds for dial-up

Pioneering internet technology is on the way out.

Nov 28, 2007 | Technology News

Bigger broadband market 'lacks clarity'

More detail would let consumers judge each provider’s 'high-speed.'

Oct 17, 2007 | Technology News

Skype woos small businesses

Dedicated package for small firms aims to cut the cost of calling.

Aug 30, 2007 | Technology News

Creatives on the edge of their inbox

Obsessing over send/receive is a drag on creative types’ productivity.

Aug 14, 2007 | Technology News

Broadband 'not as fast as claimed'

High-speed packages are lagging way behind their advertised speeds.

Aug 3, 2007 | Technology News

Google cuts cookie time

Search leader will issue cookies with a two-year lifespan.

Jul 24, 2007 | Technology News

Cinema-style ratings to censor the Web

From next month: downloads tipped to carry ‘not suitable’ warnings.

Jun 27, 2007 | Technology News

Video gamers join professional league

Fifa & CS players will be nicely compensated for their sore thumbs.

Jun 20, 2007 | Technology News

Watchdog savages Google over privacy

Search giant is an ‘endemic’ threat to personal privacy – report.

Jun 13, 2007 | Technology News

Bosses use YouTube to recruit talent

Companies let job-seekers nosy ‘behind their closed doors’ via the video giant.

Jun 7, 2007 | Technology News

Firms can banish their IT woes

Technical aid: know what to buy and who to call when it goes wrong.

May 31, 2007 | Technology News

Google: we don't know enough about you – yet

The search site is working to build a massive database of personal details.

May 30, 2007 | Technology News

Virtual worlds 'should be regulated'

Anti-fraud group says there’s nothing virtual about online crime.

May 17, 2007 | Technology News

Your virtual clone is ready for business

Create an always-on, talking clone that can respond when you can't.

Apr 26, 2007 | Technology News

E-mailers get etiquette guide

Keep your dignity and job with the lowdown on e-mail communication.

Apr 17, 2007 | Technology News

Micro firms driving VoIP adoption

The capital’s smallest firms are leading the VoIP revolution.

Mar 30, 2007 | Technology News

Web hosts more phishers, cyber squatters

No let up in sight for consumers, e-bankers or trademark holders.

Mar 19, 2007 | Technology News

Entrepreneur 'makes spammers pay £1300'

We were only marketing, claims a firm paying out record damages for junk.

Mar 8, 2007 | Technology News

How to break your e-mail addiction

'Send/Receive' fanatics can get help from an e-doctor.

Feb 26, 2007 | Technology News

Beware: crooks pose as Valentine's Day admirers

Too good to be true? Don’t let a scammer break your heart on Feb 14.

Feb 14, 2007 | Technology News

YouTube users to be paid for their videos

Video-sharing supremo will offer cash incentives for creativty.

Feb 7, 2007 | Technology News

How to safeguard your identity

Expert says take action now so you don't lose your life tomorrow.

Feb 2, 2007 | Technology News

PC World ejects the floppy disk

The relentless pace of technology means the end is now for the floppy.

Feb 1, 2007 | Technology News

Skype founders switch on Internet TV

Free VoIP pioneers say it's Joost the right time for something 'equally attractive'.

Jan 24, 2007 | Technology News

Device to store 'lifetime of memories by 2026'

Experts say PCs will help humans get more from their memories.

Dec 20, 2006 | Technology News

Cyber chums 'as valuable as real people'

Study confirms the unique importance of folk you're unlikely to ever meet.

Dec 14, 2006 | Technology News

Internet can 'make or break' small firms at Xmas

Will a stampede of seasonal visitors force your website to buckle?

Nov 30, 2006 | Technology News

Spam surge puts 'Internet under siege'

Volume of junk has trebled, meaning nine out of 10 e-mails are now unwanted.

Nov 23, 2006 | Technology News

Free broadband 'a nightmare for one in five'

Telecoms entrepreneur admits his money-making idea went out of control.

Nov 13, 2006 | Technology News

Revenue & Customs rejects 'BlackBerry tax'

Claims that PC plug-ins will incur tax are rubbished as 'absurd nonsense.'

Oct 19, 2006 | Technology News

                             

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