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Facebook app helps surfers go green 
Jul 29, 2008 | Comment Now 
Two students have created a application for Facebook designed to help encourage more environmentally friendly behaviour from users.
Intrusive ads turn surfers away 
Jul 24, 2008 | Comment Now 
Nearly three-quarters of web users have left a favourite site because of intrusive or annoying ads, according to new research.
US surfers 'alarmingly' ignorant over botnet danger 
By Robert Jaques | Apr 11, 2008 | Comment Now 
The US-based National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) today published research revealing that 71 percent of consumers are dangerously ignorant when it comes to protecting ...
Younger surfers shun print media 
By Clement James | Mar 16, 2008 | Comment Now 
The younger generation of internet users are more likely to avoid traditional print media and get all their news online, according to research from comScore..
US surfers flock to web video 
By Robert Jaques | Jan 22, 2008 | Comment Now 
More than 75 per cent of US internet users watched a streaming or progressive download video during November, averaging 3.25 hours per person.
Surfers warned of Xmas shopping dangers 
By Robert Jaques | Nov 20, 2007 | Comment Now 
US security experts are warning consumers to be particularly vigilant when doing their Christmas shopping online this year.
Surfers unwittingly put themselves at risk 
Nov 16, 2007 | Comment Now 
Internet users are at an increased risk of web-based crime, despite 88 per cent having some form of internet security software, according to a poll by Get Safe Online.
Eight million surfers switch on IPTV 
By Robert Jaques | Oct 9, 2007 | Comment Now 
The number of global IPTV service users increased by 179 percent in the 12 months to 30 June 2007, according to new research.
US surfers losing 'billions of dollars' to phishing scams 
By Robert Jaques | Aug 9, 2007 | Comment Now 
A million US victims lost "billions of dollars" to email phishing scams in the past two years, new research has warned.
Three-quarters of US surfers now stream video 
By Robert Jaques | Jul 19, 2007 | Comment Now 
Average American streamer watched 2.5 hours of video online in May. Almost three-quarters of US internet users watched an average of 158 minutes of online video during May, new ...
One in four surfers visits gaming sites 
By Robert Jaques | Jul 11, 2007 | Comment Now 
Global gaming population reaches 217 million.
Surfers select seven new wonders of the world 
Jul 10, 2007 | Comment Now 
Over 100 million votes in the first global election.
Glasgow bomb hero rewarded with 1000 pints of beer 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 4, 2007 | Comment Now 
John Smeaton, the baggage handler who tackled one of the Glasgow Airport terrorists on Friday, has had more than 600 pints bought for him by internet users around the world.
Child porn surfers will go to prison 
By Iain Thomson | Jun 4, 2007 | Comment Now 
Top cop vows to jail deliberate paedophile site users.
Over-55s taking over the web 
May 18, 2007 | Comment Now 
Internet users in the UK aged 55 and over are on the cusp of becoming the largest group of online users, surfing mostly 'Adult' and 'Search Engine' websites.
Chinese surfers overturn book ban 
By Matt Chapman | Mar 19, 2007 | Comment Now 
Existing copies of banned books allowed to sell out without fear ofpunishment.
Silver surfers not so tech-savvy 
By Will Head | Dec 6, 2006 | Comment Now 
Can't download, won't download.
Most surfers still ignoring IT security 
By Robert Jaques | Nov 28, 2006 | Comment Now 
Insecurity through ignorance.
US surfers drive Web traffic surge 
By Will Head | Oct 18, 2006 | Comment Now 
TV, sports and news sites top the league for September.
Google Book Search driving surfers to booksellers 
By Will Head | Sep 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
Google's controversial Book Search is driving traffic to booksellers, new figures show.
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