UK businesses at threat from "evolved" cyber criminal attacks

The CA Internet Security Business Unit have released their latest State of Internet security report, revealing that rogue or fake security software, major search engines, social networks and Web 2.0 threats were the most notable online security issues in 2009….

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Gerald LynchUK businesses at threat from "evolved" cyber criminal attacks

Samsung UE40B8000 LCD LED Backlit TV – Review

Name: UE40B8000 (Samsung) Type: 40" LCD LED Backlit TV Specs: Contrast Ratio: Mega Contrast 5,000,000:1 Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080p) Connectivity:4x HDMI, Digital Audio (Optical), PC, DVI, Component, Composite, Ethernet, RF, 2x USB, Scart Speakers: 2x 10 watts SRS…

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Gerald LynchSamsung UE40B8000 LCD LED Backlit TV – Review

Poll: Which UK mobile network should get the iPad? Orange? O2? Vodafone?

Ever look down at your mobile, see just one bar of 3G coverage, and wonder why you pay the extra cash to even have such dodgy connectivity? With some areas of the UK still receiving woefully poor network coverage, will…

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Gerald LynchPoll: Which UK mobile network should get the iPad? Orange? O2? Vodafone?

Apple's iPad: Everything there is to know so far

So the speculating and rumour churning is finally over. Apple have finally unveiled their tablet device and it's called the iPad. Much like a giant iPhone, it's, to be honest, more or less exactly how everyone expected it would…

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Gerald LynchApple's iPad: Everything there is to know so far

Security fix on its way to Internet Explorer

Microsoft are about to roll out a security update that should see users of Internet Explorer 6 protected from the attacks that have caused the French and German governments to condemn the browser. The vulnerability highlighted by the recent phishing…

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UK government sets non-personal data free to app developers

After months of planning, the UK government have today launched their Data.gov.uk website, making reams of non-personal information available to developers in order to help create apps. 3,000 data sets have been made available, ranging from broad topics such as…

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Gerald LynchUK government sets non-personal data free to app developers