Article | 18/03/2008
Online Poker: How not to get cleaned out
How to stay secure when gambling online.
Article | 17/03/2008
Why iPhone will change the (PC) world, part II
More than a year ago, I wrote a column called "Why the iPhone will change the (PC) world." In that piece I described how the user interface of future ...
Article | 14/03/2008
20 most useful social networking sites
Don't have enough time to go looking for news and information or even to e-mail friends and colleagues? If so, then try using social networks. We've s...
Article | 12/03/2008
First look: Firefox 3 beta 4
The just-released beta 4 version of Firefox 3 shows a browser short on flash and long on important, useful improvements that make browsing the Web eas...
Article | 11/03/2008
Meet the whiz kids: 10 overachievers under 21
Mark Zuckerberg, watch your back. Sergey and Larry? Consider early retirement.
Article | 10/03/2008
First Look: Internet Explorer 8 beta
Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) Beta 1 for developers, released by Microsoft on March 6, offers some fascinating new capabilities. For example, it introduce...
Article | 7/03/2008
Internet Explorer 8 promises better standards compliance...and a whole lot more
Yesterday, at the MIX08 conference, Microsoft released the first beta of Internet Explorer 8 (IE8), which is available for immediate download. It prom...
Article | 5/03/2008
Facebook vs. LinkedIn: Which is better for business?
Social networking is no longer the Next Big Thing; it's now as much part of our Web experience as search engines. Previously considered the province o...
Article | 29/02/2008
Artistic representation of the threats lurking on the World Wide Web
Here we show you an artistic image of the online security threats which wreak havoc on the online world.
Article | 22/02/2008
What do unlimited calling plans really offer businesses?
Verizon's announcement last week that it was launching a flat-rate wireless plan that would allow for unlimited calling had a cascading effect on the ...
Article | 21/02/2008
FAQ: Windows XP SP3 nears finish line
Microsoft did yet another turn-about this week and opened the newest version of Windows XP SP3 to the public. It's not final, this last service pack, ...
Article | 20/02/2008
Be prepared: ActiveX attacks will persist
A recent string of high-profile ActiveX vulnerabilities caused the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) to advise users to disable the ubiqu...
Article | 18/02/2008
Bad news for banner ads = good news for 'featuretisements'?
On the surface, Web advertising seems healthy. Revenue in the US last year was up 27 per cent to US$25.5 billion, according to IDC.
Article | 18/02/2008
Get ready for a crackdown on broadband use
US consumers using an expanding array of broadband services, including movie downloads, video games, online backup, and streaming audio and video, are...
Article | 15/02/2008
The best new Internet hoaxes
You've been had. Some geeky guy with a bad comb-over just convinced you to click 100 times on your Gmail account to somehow tap into a Google TV beta.
Article | 13/02/2008
Online dating horror stories
Internet dating has become an extremely popular way to meet people, and has indeed brought a lot of lonely folks together. But not every date turns ou...
Article | 14/02/2008
The best Internet Explorer add-ins
A browser by itself is a poor thing, letting you browse the Web, but little else. To get the most out of the Web, you need add-ins that give your brow...
Article | 13/02/2008
Powerful new antiphishing weapon DKIM emerges
Spoofers, spammers and phishers, beware. There's a new gun in town, and some of the Internet's most powerful companies -- including Yahoo, Google, Pa...
Article | 1/02/2008
How to buy and sell on eBay scam-free
Ask eBay users about auction fraud and payment scams, and you'll hear different stories with the same theme: While eBay can be a great marketplace, bo...
Article | 7/02/2008
10 great free downloads for your network
Got a small network, home network, medium-size network -- even an enterprise network -- and want to get the most out of it? Then I've got good news fo...