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2012: Another year, like any other?

Mayan calendar bugs notwithstanding, 2012 looks to be another significant year for the tech world – with cloud adoption driving significant changes to everything from line-of-business software to PCs and smartphones. So, from this first week of the New Year, what are we expecting to see over the next twelve months?

January 5, 2012 by

Can Soluto turn you into a long-distance tech-support hero?

Version 2 of Soluto's "anti-frustration" software launches today, offering a free service you can use to help manage and update Windows PCs remotely. It's a clever idea. Want to help me with my review? I've got invitations for early access.

December 12, 2011

Why Microsoft should buy HP's PC business

PC vendors can't afford to compete with Apple - their margins won't allow it - which means that PCs are always at a quality deficit against Apple. Only one company has the money and the software to fix the problem: Microsoft.

October 26, 2011 by

Russian police take a bite out of online crime

On June 23, a network of web sites that were distributing fake antivirus software for Windows PCs and Macs suddenly went offline. Now we know why. The head of the company that processed payments for the group is behind bars in Russia.

August 4, 2011

Microsoft needs to stop giving people reasons NOT to upgrade Windows!

Microsoft might want to exorcise Windows XP and Vista from the world's PCs (because if you're running old software, you've not given Microsoft any cash in a while), but the company's own attitudes to how consumers get their hands on operating systems is a big part of the reason why people are running old operating systems.

July 15, 2011

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