Microsoft confirmed this morning a new feature installed in Windows 7 Enterprise editions, ensuring the protection and security of the operating system. Dubbed "ProtectOneself", Windows monitors the activity of the system and prevents certain events from occurring if unsuitable behaviour is detected.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based medical anthropologist Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher.
But why? I'll admit now that Encarta hasn't always been at the forefront of my mind when researching something; nor has it been a major part of my studies, life in general or search results on Google.
Yesterday, I spoke to David Alexander, part of the Office Live team at Microsoft, about the bringing together Microsoft and Monster, to help prospective students and employees in a difficult job market.
We've all heard the stories about Windows 7 - new themes, new wallpapers, better functionality blah blah. I'm just as bored of it as you are.
The BBC are running their annual School Report programme, which invites schools from around the United Kingdom to get involved and create their own news bulletins.All the way through today, using the BBC's resources, school students are being encouraged to get involved with journalism across a wide range of mediums - web, radio, and television - and perform in front of an audience.
The UK government is currently proposing new measures to keep details on communications between British users on Facebook.Updated: see below.
China and YouTubeFor those who have been entirely unaware of the freedom movement in China, let me tell you now - it's a tricky one. China has once again blocked access to YouTube, due to videos emerging of soldiers attacking Tibetan nationals.
I consider this blog not only to be a public facing view of my work and writings, but a mini-community. A symposium if you will, as I'm sure most of you guys wouldn't mind buying me a pint and sitting down to discuss many-a-topic I write.
Google, once again, has sparked controversy with the new Street View service available on Google Maps. The Google Car took a trip over the pond to London, where it saw a reveller throwing up outside a Shoreditch pub, a man being arrested and a man walking out of a sex shop in Soho.
I remember a time when touch screen computing was a quizzical, mythical concept so far away, we'd have robot cleaners and housemaids in our houses long before touch would take off. Now with the demonstration of the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.