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Apple iPad Wi-Fi Model Goes On Sale April 3

According to Apple, the iPad will go on sale on 3 April in US, and will take preorders from 12 March (this Friday). But that is the Wi-Fi model; the 3G model is scheduled to be available end of April. No news as to when the iPad will reach Singapore though. (more…)

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BrowsersNews

Opera Mini 5 beta for Windows Mobile 5 and 6

Opera Mini goes native on Windows Mobile phones. Opera Software today launched a native version of Opera Mini 5 beta for Windows Mobile 5- and 6-based handsets. By integrating Opera Mini with the Windows Mobile platform, Opera is able to deliver an optimized version of the popular Opera Mini browser

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Google Acquires Picnik Online Image Editing Website

In 2004, Picasa was bought over by Google. And now, its Picnik, an online image editing site. Looks like the search engine giant is really looking into providing the various services on the cloud. Will we see Picasa integration with Picnik? Its possible though Google aren't saying anything yet. (more…)

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Reviews

Internet Security Shootout

Choosing an antivirus for your computer system is kinda like choosing an Insurer. How do you go about making the selection? Check out the contenders - ESET Smart Security 4, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 as I uncover their strong points and weak points. I

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NetworkingNews

The Buzz is on Google

It seems Google is looking to compete with Facebook in the social networking space with their newly announced Google Buzz. The Google Buzz claims to be the new way for users to share their photos, videos, updates etc, and is built on their existing Gmail accounts. (more…)

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Apple Launches iPad touchscreen tablet

Apple's CEO Steve Jobs took stage this morning and unveiled the new touchscreen multimedia tablet. No, its not the iSlate or iTablet, but its dubbed the iPad. The 9.7-inch tablet lets you surf the web, do emails, play photos, videos and music, games and even read e-books. From US$499, the iPad is simply a

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HP Launches Digital Music Service In Europe

HP has announced the launch of a new digital music service in Europe to take on Apple's iTunes. The MusicStation service will be available in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium and Austria. (more…)

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LG GW990 stars in Intel CES Keynote

The LG GW990 was featured at Intel's CES keynote and boasts to be incorporating Intel Moorestown platform with Linux-based Moblin 2.1 operating system. The LG is a Mobile Internet Device (MID) with a 4.8-inch full touchscreen display and resolution of 1024x480 pixels. (more…)

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Malware Infections On The Rise

Information on Web-based Malware Infections by Dasient Cnet has reported that there is an alarming rise in the number of websites (intentionally or accidentally) hosting malicious software.  Dasient, founded by former Googlers, has claimed that more than 640,000 websites and around 5.8 million pages are infected with malware, with figures

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Comcast Pop-ups Alert Customers to PC Infections

Comcast's trial warning pop-ups. Singnet/Starhub warning pop-ups in the near future? Philadelphia-based Comcast, the largest cable operator and residential internet provider in the US, has launched a trial of a new automated service that will warn its broadband customers of potential virus and malware infections. These warnings will be relayed

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Eleven Years of Goog11e

On Sunday September 27 2009, Google, the number 1 search engine in the world, celebrated its 11th birthday with a new logo, featuring an extra “l” to the name Google (anyone saw it?). PCWorld has an article discussing the search and advertising giant’s eleven year history. For most users out there,

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Automated Facebook Attacks

Same picture with different name and same link. Click on image to enlarge Roger Thompson, chief research officer for AVG, has warned Facebook users about a number of fake profiles with malicious links. Apparently, the spyware is able create numerous bogus Facebook accounts automatically, bypassing the Facebook Capcha (the image

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