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Before I’m accused of losing it,could anybody reading the above that’s not aware of the Spam Song sketch,please look [...]

Reader Contribution

This week has been pretty hectic for me,so for todays Click article I’m going to hand over to my most avid contributor,Ian McMillan,for a few updates on the IT industry as he sees it.

One of the biggest stories in the computer world recently [...]

Readers Questions

It’s time once again for me to hand over to one of my regular readers who has a few handy nuggets of information he would like to pass along to us.

The big story in the computer world this week is the fuss that has been made [...]

Google Mail

Whilst it seems like pretty much every other article I write at the moment is related to Google in some way,shape or form I thought I’d stick with tradition and this week focus my article on the Google Gmail service which I have recently had a chance to tryout. Although this service isn’t yet [...]

Readers contribution – BT Internet kiosks

After last weeks article relating to Internet access whilst on the move,I saw it fit to publish a letter submitted by one of my readers,Ian MacMillan who discusses the new BT Internet kiosks and call boxes that are popping up around the country. They offer you full Internet [...]