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ICT Cadet Facility to Train Hundreds

ICT Cadet Facility to Train HundredsAntigua St. John's - The Ministry of Telecommunications, Science, and Technology will officially open an ICT

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Microsoft Office Gets What Buzz is About

Google Buzz Microsoft is weaving popular social networking services into its latest generation Outlook email program, to

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Laptop class warfare: Apple vs. Asus

Apple MacBook AirA little more than a year after the launch of the MacBook Air, a new luxury laptop has arrived from Dell.…

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Australia and Canada Approve Yahoo-Microsoft Deal

BingAUSTRALIAN and Canadian competition authorities have approved the internet search and advertising partnership

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OnLive could threaten Xbox, PS3, and Wii

OnliveSAN FRANCISCO--Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, look out. Your traditional video game console business model…

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New Technology May Cool The Laptop

Cool The LaptopDoes your laptop sometimes get so hot that it can almost be used to fry eggs? New technology may help cool it

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What Google should learn from Apple

AppleIt was touching to see that Douglas Bowman, Google's visual design leader, chose, in announcing his…

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Windows 7- Microsofts Touchy Feely Launch

Windows 7Whereas the Manhattan launch of Windows Vista was largely about the glitz, Thursday's event here was more

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Surge in demand for online video

YoutubeBritish demand for online video sites has shot up over the past year, according to a new report.
Written by…

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Mozilla Unblocks Microsoft Add-on for Firefox

MozilaMozilla has now unblocked a Microsoft add-on thought to pose a danger due to a software vulnerability, but a

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Microsoft Unveils Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft 8Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) Thursday launched the latest version of its Internet Explorer browser, heavy on…

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Microsoft hints at 128-bit support in Windows8

MicrosoftEven though 64-bit processors and operating systems have been out for quite a while, and most of the initial

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Win for UK story-telling website

Story tellingA small British company has been named Best in Show at the South by Southwest Web Awards, in Austin, Texas.

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Will Googlls Wave Replace eMail and Facebook

Google WaveGoogle has big plans for Google Wave, its new online communication service—and they won't all come from

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Google, No Longer the Land of the Free

GoogleThe accountants have taken over the Googleplex, once a hotbed of amiably unprofitable innovation. The notion…

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Protect and Recover Your iPhone and iPod

iPhoneVaughn S. Cordero of VSC/Macsupport, is pleased to announce that the popular application, MobileSyncBrowser

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Stop thief! Software lets stolen laptops speak up

Impossible to close bannerProgram can display impossible-to-close banners, sniff out nearby networks
Stolen laptop? Now you can tell…

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New Seesmic Desktop supports Facebook fan pages

FacebookThere are a handful of Twitter apps out there that can also update Facebook statuses, and no clear market

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Hacker step closer to extradition

Gary MckinnonBritish computer hacker Gary McKinnon has lost the latest round of his battle against extradition to the US.

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Impact of ICT on Caribbean Classrooms to be Discussed in Washington

Technologies in educationA one-day seminar on the impact of information and communication technologies in education in Latin America

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Metaplace: Platform for user-created virtual worlds

MetaplaceWhy play someone else's virtual world when you can build your own?
That's the major premise behind Metaplace,…

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Website For Agriculture

Minister BaptisteA website is being built for the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing & the Environment, following the

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Facebook users protest retention of information

FacebookTens of thousands of Facebook users are protesting new policies that they say grant the social-networking…

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EU Hits Intel With $1.45 Billion Antitrust Fine

IntelIntel has been fined more than 1 billion euros by the European Commission for violating antitrust…

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Google Earth fills watery gaps

Google EarthTwo and a half years ago, the software engineers behind Google Earth, the searchable online replica of the…

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Why can't Windows shut down promptly?

WindowsBack in the old days when TVs and radios had tubes, it took a couple of minutes for a set to warm up before…

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Microsoft strikes back ... softly

Strikes back...softlyMicrosoft Corp is ramping up its antipiracy campaign but this time it is taking a slightly different approach…

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China believed to be behind cyber spy network

ChinaTORONTO - A cyber spy network based mainly in China has tapped into classified documents from government and…

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LMAO… ROFL… Huh?

Ahead Of YouYou are from a simpler time aren't you? When cameras used film and social networking meant going to a school…

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Windows Touch coming to a PC soon

Touch screenThe multi-touch controls familiar to Apple iPhone users will be built-in to Microsoft's Windows 7. Windows…

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Google users get bogus warning on site searches

Google Warning'This site may harm your computer' appeared with every search result
 Computer users doing Google searches…

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New Zealand company hires hacker

Owen Thor WalkerA top New Zealand telecommunications company has hired a teenager who admitted to taking part in an…

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Internet sales taxes creeping closer to reality

Sales taxes creepingFaced with crushing deficits, depressed tax revenues, and a grim outlook for 2009, states across the country…

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