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Mozilla's Firefox web browser to get sponsored content boxes

But they're definitely not adverts

Wed Feb 12 2014, 12:14

Microsoft adds a Bitcoin conversion tool to Bing

Real time fluctuating currency conversion

Tue Feb 11 2014, 10:28

Mozilla releases a touch-friendly Firefox Beta for Windows 8

After two years in development

Fri Feb 07 2014, 15:41

North Korean Red Star OS mimics Apple's Mac OS X

Glorious operating system apes capitalist pig-dogs

Thu Feb 06 2014, 13:20

Windows 8.1 update user interface leaks in full

It's almost as if Microsoft has been listening to customers

Mon Feb 03 2014, 15:46

Amazon’s fourth quarter sales gain misses estimates

Up 20 percent, could do better

Fri Jan 31 2014, 10:32

UK Government wants to throw filesharers in jail

Would happily give 10 years to repeat offenders

Thu Jan 23 2014, 17:29

Logmein miffs users by closing its free service

Lack of notice is considered rude

Wed Jan 22 2014, 13:26

Spotify lifts its time limit for free music streaming on the web

Prepares for its latest rival to arrive

Thu Jan 16 2014, 16:04

Coinye currency killed off by Kanye

Ain’t messin with no virtual figures

Wed Jan 15 2014, 15:19

Google spends $3.2bn feathering its Nest

Thermostat and smoke alarm seller acquired

Tue Jan 14 2014, 10:25

AMD offers Windows and Android running on one PC

We take a closer look at the chip maker's partnership with Bluestacks

Mon Jan 13 2014, 10:35

Kanye West and Lily Allen spare some Bitcoin chat

One not keen on association, one regrets dissociation

Wed Jan 08 2014, 13:32

Pinterest ruled in breach of Pinterest trademark

English company successfully challenges use of its name

Mon Jan 06 2014, 16:35

The INQUIRER Android Experiment: Episode one

Javascript hijinks, multi window mayhem and how you just can't get a good video editor nowadays

Fri Jan 03 2014, 16:49

Google will shutter Bump and Flock

Apps might go on in other things

Thu Jan 02 2014, 13:43

Red Hat and Hortonworks deepen their Big Data alliance on Linux Hadoop

Combined data stacks and joint customer service

Tue Feb 11 2014, 14:17

Year of Code loses an expert advisor

Emma Mulqueeny says she wants nothing to do with it

Mon Feb 10 2014, 15:12

Twitter was hit with 12,000 DMCA takedown requests last year

Remove Your Media and RIAA are keeping themselves busy

Fri Feb 07 2014, 15:30

Firefox switches to a user name and password sync service

No more magic incantations at twilight

Mon Feb 03 2014, 17:23

Windows XP gained unexpected market share in January

Doctor come quick, there's a faint pulse

Mon Feb 03 2014, 14:23

As the Apple Mac turns 30, we need another computer revolution

Column We wonder what will replace the graphical user interface

Fri Jan 24 2014, 16:34

The Android Experiment: AIOs, hybrids and a 13in tablet

Episode seven talks about the hardware that makes it possible

Wed Jan 22 2014, 17:18

Candy Crush maker King trademarks the word 'candy'

Updated Says move is to stop companies 'constantly' infringing its IP

Wed Jan 22 2014, 10:44

BBC iWonder service offers background programme information

Recipes are no longer on Ceefax page 164

Mon Jan 20 2014, 11:33

Microsoft reanimates Windows XP's corpse

Firm promises security updates until mid-2015 following user backlash

Thu Jan 16 2014, 12:19

The INQUIRER Android Experiment: Phablets and 10in tablets

Episode five covers a history of hardware, because size matters

Wed Jan 15 2014, 14:42

Microsoft might unveil Windows 9 in April to end Windows 8 woes

Project Threshold could be its chance to break with the past

Mon Jan 13 2014, 16:32

Gmail starts showing images by default on Android

Updated No need to worry about picture security

Fri Jan 10 2014, 12:52

CES: Yahoo's Marissa Mayer touts Aviate acquisition and News Digest launch

Reaffirms her focus on mobile

Wed Jan 08 2014, 01:09

Farmville fans can pay with Bitcoins to get bumper crops

Zynga wants to start virtually coining it

Mon Jan 06 2014, 12:05

Windows XP user base is shrinking

The race to beat the April deadline is on

Thu Jan 02 2014, 17:03

Google brings radio without rules to UK users

Unlimited music for £10 a month

Thu Jan 02 2014, 12:24

Bill Gates talks about his role at Microsoft, Office and doing the dishes on Reddit

AMA also reveals who he wants to play him in biopic

Tue Feb 11 2014, 12:56

Microsoft offers intervention tips for kicking the Windows XP habit

Friends don't let friends do Windows XP

Mon Feb 10 2014, 11:26

The Android Experiment: Wearables and satnav

Episode 10, navigating to the end of the road and beyond

Fri Feb 07 2014, 08:30

Nvidia swaps angry birds for thumbs up from Torvalds

Turns out the bird isn't the word

Mon Feb 03 2014, 17:06

Libreoffice 4.2 challenges Microsoft Office with improved Windows integration

Open source software also boasts a redesign and iOS 7 remote control functionalirt

Fri Jan 31 2014, 13:37

HP defends its Windows 7 push

It's not playing favourites, honest

Fri Jan 24 2014, 12:04

More Windows leaks show Metro tiles on the taskbar

Window 8.1 is still not selling, furious back-pedaling ensues

Wed Jan 22 2014, 16:34

Yahoo is the most popular website in the US

No one would have guessed

Tue Jan 21 2014, 16:41

Obama promises to curtail NSA PRISM snooping

Says surveillance is legal and justified after 9/11

Fri Jan 17 2014, 18:09

Google Chrome for iOS and Android gets a data compression feature

Will save heavy web users money on their phone bills

Wed Jan 15 2014, 17:03

Google Drive activity stream tells you who's fiddling with your documents

Feature is rolling out today

Wed Jan 15 2014, 11:18

Ghash.io promises not to break the Bitcoin market

Even before most people have comprehended it

Mon Jan 13 2014, 14:04

Google Play Services update adds multiplayer gaming support

Now you can play chess in a field with someone from Chesterfield

Fri Jan 10 2014, 12:28

Android will shift more than one billion devices in 2014

Sales of PCs and high-end smartphones will tail off

Tue Jan 07 2014, 15:38

Apple snaps up Snappylabs to get Snappycam

Bursting with burst mode photo capture

Mon Jan 06 2014, 11:14

Bookie firm says iPhone users are smarter than the rest

Faster, anyway

Thu Jan 02 2014, 16:26
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