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ICO: Minister’s private emails are subject to FOI requests
ICO: Minister’s private emails are subject to FOI requests The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has decided that the Department for Education has to respond to a freedom of information request asking for data sent in a private email account, as it amounts to departmental business.  It was revealed in... Read more
Sir Jony Ive on thinking outside the box: extended Blue Peter interview
Sir Jony Ive on thinking outside the box: extended Blue Peter interview The BBC has released a video that shows more of the Blue Peter interview with Sir Jonathan Ive that was broadcast last Saturday. In the longer version of the interview, Ive is asked to speak about how... Read more
Can Windows 8 give Microsoft the edge over Apple and Google in the tablet war?
Can Windows 8 give Microsoft the edge over Apple and Google in the tablet war? The tablet wars will heat up when Microsoft Windows 8 ships next year. The developer preview of Windows 8–unveiled Tuesday at the BUILD Windows conference in Anaheim–underscores how Microsoft’s new OS is nothing like... Read more
Fan-Made EvE Online Documentary "A Tale of Internet Spaceships" Debuts 
Fan-Made EvE Online Documentary “A Tale of Internet Spaceships” Debuts  Yes I realize EvE Online is not a Free-to-Play MMORPG, but the hour-long documentary “A Tale of Internet Spaceships” made during CCP’s 2013 EvE Fanfest by three media students from the Malmo University in Sweden is free, and does... Read more
Google sharpens corporate search tool
Google sharpens corporate search tool Google is to improve Google Search Appliance – its integrated corporate search-solution that extends Google’s search technology to intranets and Web sites. It is looking to extend searches from Web documents based on the HTTP and HTTPS protocols to multiple and disparate non-Web data... Read more
Hotmail ‘a hotbed of viruses’ – ISP
Hotmail ‘a hotbed of viruses’ – ISP Microsoft’s free Internet-based email service, Hotmail, has been spreading viruses for the past six months, a top UK Internet service provider (ISP) has claimed. Microsoft, which has been concentrating on Hotmail security holes, has not fixed the problem, says the British Internet... Read more
Emusic souped-up for X

Emusic souped-up for X

Events August 28, 2017 0

Emusic souped-up for X Emusic – the only legal Mac online music-download service outside the US – is now offering an improved service for Mac OS X. In addition to Windows support Emusic Download Manager 2.0 now offers full support for Mac and Linux systems. The new software “dramatically... Read more
Will Windows 10 Be Supportive of PC Gaming?
Will Windows 10 Be Supportive of PC Gaming? Windows 10 gaming potential is teased to be revealed during Windows 10 Consumer Event in Janurary. Back during the annoucement of Windows 10 in September, Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s biggest gaming boss, vowed to demonstrate why the PC is incredibly important in... Read more
"Rock" will be available as DLC for WWE 12 "90 days after release"
“Rock” will be available as DLC for WWE 12 “90 days after release” Yesterday THQ announced that WWE SuperStar “The Rock” will be this year’s pre-order incentive for WWE 12. Gamers who miss out on pre-ordering WWE 12 can still get Rock but as a DLC. A fan asked... Read more
Dump DRM, major labels told
Dump DRM, major labels told Billboard is beginning to question if digital rights management (DRM) technology is an effective tool for fighting piracy. A report explains that migrating digital music sales to an unprotected format, such as MP3, may be the best possible strategy to ensure platform, device and... Read more