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Adobe Plugs Critical Flash Holes

Adobe has released a massive software update containing a fix for a critical security flaw allowing hackers to take control of affected systems. The security update fixes a total of 32 vulnerabilities as announced in an Adobe Security Bulletin. Adobe has admitted that critical vulnerabilities appear in Adobe Flash Player versions 10.0.45.2 and earlier. “These […]

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Microsoft Office Available Free Online

Tech giant Microsoft has made an attempt to catch up to online giant Google by extending its Office suite of services online. Microsoft Live account or SkyDrive storage account holders can now access final versions of PowerPoint, Word and Excel Office Web Apps for free. The Web apps also come as part of Microsoft Office […]

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Facebook Strikes Deal With Yahoo

Facebook and Yahoo are set to integrate their services, so that users of both services can update one site to automatically update the other. The deal will also extend to Yahoo-owned Flickr, making uploading photos to your wall even easier. Yahoo Answers or Yahoo video and music services will also link to Facebook, even to […]

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Adobe Lightroom 3 Released

Adobe has included a slew of improvements in its latest version Lightroom 3, released this week. Creative-types can now take advantage of enhanced noise reduction, lens correction, image sharpening features as well as editing DSLR video files. The overall speed of Lightroom 3 is noticeably faster as well, to cope with ever-increasing photo and video […]

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Sony Vaio J Series All-In-One Revealed

Sony’s latest desktop PC the Vaio J Series looks set to be a serious contender for the equally stylish iMac. Powered by an Intel Core i3 processor, the Vaio J Series packs a high definition touchscreen so you can edit Word documents Tom Cruise-Mission Impossible-style. You also get a Webcam, face-tracking technology (did we mention […]

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Review: Samsung Wave. An iPhone Killer?

Samsung look set to ride the wave of high-end handset success with its latest release. The Samsung Wave features eyebrow-raising specs including AMOLED screen, 1GHz processor, HD video recording as well as Samsung’s brand new Bada OS. So is this phone an iPhone contender? Let’s take a look.

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Panasonic Upgrades Lumix Camera Line

Panasonic has undertaken a serious upgrade to the latest addition of its Lumix camera range with the snazzily-named DMC-FX75. This super slim snapper boasts a 24mm ultra-wide-angle lens, which is designed to provide an increased viewing space of 213 per cent compared to a standard 35mm camera. The DMC-FX75 takes shots in 14 megapixels, making […]

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Review: Nokia 6700. A Kitted-Out Candy Bar

The 6700 doesn’t look like an iPhone, nor it doesn’t look like a BlackBerry; it’s distinctly Nokia, and it’s good to see the Finnish company go back to its roots with this handset. The Nokia 6700 has taken mid-range phones to a new level, increasing the specs on this otherwise standard-looking candy bar phone. So what does Nokia provide? Let’s find out.

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