Technology

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Google’s Chrome doesn’t frighten competitors

3 September 2008 | Alex Christie

It seems as though the news of Google very own web browser, Chrome, being prepared for release hasn’t affected the moods of their competitors much. Browser makers, Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera has reacted positively to […]

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Google Chrome

2 September 2008 | Alex Christie

Google has today announced albeit by ‘accident’ the imminent release of it’s new Chrome browser.  In typical Google fashion they have chosen to be different and announced the release of Chrome via a unique means […]

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I.E 8 plays spot-the-difference with Firefox 3

29 August 2008 | Alex Christie

The race between Firefox and Internet Explorer reminds me of the Olympics. As some nations steam ahead, others can only trail in their wake. The 2nd beta of IE8 has just been released, and as […]

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Viruses in space?

27 August 2008 | Annie Wakefield

Computer viruses have become more resilient it would seem. NASA has confirmed that a certain Gammima.AG has made its way across all 180miles seperating the earth from the ISS (International Space Station) to infect computers […]

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Microsoft tweaks XP anti-piracy checker!

27 August 2008 | Alex Christie

Apparently, Microsoft isn’t planning on taking out the wind from the sails of Windows XP yet. If you checked your Windows Automatic Updates this morning you would have noticed it downloading a version of Windows […]

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Microsoft releases new 3D technology

21 August 2008 | Alex Christie

Microsoft has launched a new 3D technology called Photosynth. The technology basically takes a group of photos of an environment, strings them together and creates a 3D environment with it. Pretty cool, I’d say. Photosynth […]

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Massive Increase in Spam

18 August 2008 | Alex Christie

Like me, you’ve probably noticed the increase in spam recently. According to Google product marketing manager, Sundar Raghavan, this seems to be an annual event which sees an increase in the amount of spam being […]

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Microsoft readies new storage pack.

18 August 2008 | Alex Christie

The latest news to come from the world of Windows is that Microsoft is busy readying a new storage-focused feature pack for Windows. If you’re running XP and suddenly get the feeling that you might […]

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Now you see me, now you don’t…

14 August 2008 | Alex Christie

Its emerged this week (not that you would be able to see it) that scientists have created two new types of materials that are edging us closer to the invention of that must-have Harry Potter-accessory, […]

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First UK Art Exhibition Tour via iPhone

13 August 2008 | Alex Christie

For their new exhibition Tate Liverpool in the UK have incorporated the latest mobile technology to enhance the gallery experience. For the Gustav Klimt show you can download a vast amount of information as a […]

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