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Secunia PSI

News was released this week regarding a potentially serious flaw present in Internet Explorer which potentially allows a hacker to gain control of a computer that has visited a website infected with malicious code. The scary thing about this particular bug is that the user doesn’t need to download or click anything to become infected [...]

Google Chrome

I’m considering giving up my reviews of Internet browsers in the future; things are changing far too quickly to keep abreast of developments and it seems once I’ve got on top of things the entire playing field changes dramatically and I have to start again from scratch. Some might argue that I spend too much [...]

Joost

I was listening to a representative of the Writers Guild of America bang on last week about how modern day film and television writers were unappreciated, and his theory that in the future they may avoid the major networks altogether and broadcast directly on to the Internet. This got me thinking about the future of [...]

Google Earth

You may remember two weeks ago that I reviewed the Google Maps website and got quite excited about the satellite imagery contained with allowed you to type in a place name and zoom right in to view it from space. I was aware at the time of a new program on the horizon called Google [...]