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Top 10 disappointing technologies
Pretty much every new product gets hyped as a potentially disruptive technology these days, and usually nobody outside of the company's marketing department actually believes it.
May 18 2009 6:46AM
Top 10 dangerous technologies
This week we've decided to look at the top technology threats facing society.
May 11 2009 6:44AM
Top 10 IT villains
Every industry has its share of villains, and the computing world is no different. Here's the top ten people we love to hate.
Mar 30 2009 6:38AM
Top 10 IT myths
This week, we take a look at some of the more prevalent urban legends of Silicon Valley. Some have a basis in truth, while others are just a good tale to tell..
Mar 2 2009 6:38AM
Top 10 most overhyped products
This week, we take a look at some of those epic failures who crashed despite being billed as the "next big thing".
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Top 10 annoying technologies
Sometimes a new technology not only makes things more complex, but also frustratingly difficult and time-consuming. This week, we look at a few of those pet peeves of the technology world.
Dec 8 2008 6:59AM
The top 10 greatest geeks of all time
Behind every great technology there’s almost always a great geek, the men and women whose vision and invention helped create the world and its technology as we know it.
Nov 10 2008 1:15AM
Top 10 technology flaws in films
With the economy worsening and layoffs hitting more and more tech firms, IT news can be a bit depressing these days. Here's a short list of movies for the easily-annoyed geek to steer clear of.
Nov 3 2008 6:48AM
Top 10 best features found in laptop computers
If you can buy a computer carved out of a block of metal, you can buy one to do anything. Almost. We look at the top 10 claims for laptop quality.
Oct 27 2008 2:55PM
Linux source code passes 10 million lines
The number of lines of source code comprising Linux kernel files recently surpassed the ten million mark after the latest release of Linux version 2.6.27, an analysis has found.
Oct 23 2008 6:48AM
Adobe's Flash Player 10 upgrade addresses clickjacking
Because of the potential for clickjacking exploits, all users of Flash Player are recommended to upgrade.
Oct 17 2008 9:53AM
10,000 LinkedIn users targeted in spear phishing attack
A LinkedIn "spear phishing" email scam loaded malicious software to steal usernames and passwords.
Oct 10 2008 9:48AM
Channel Ten guilty of subliminal ads
Network Ten transmitted subliminal advertising during a music awards show last year, but the government media authority let it off lightly with just a stern warning.
Oct 9 2008 3:49PM
Google learns 10 new languages
Google has added capabilities for 10 new languages to its Google Translate service..
May 20 2008 7:31AM
India launches 10 satellites in one go
India has successfully launched 10 satellites into orbit from a single rocket, setting a new record..
Apr 30 2008 3:15PM
Sun releases 10 5/08 Solaris update
Sun Microsystems has released the 10 5/08 update for its Solaris operating system which is currently being offered to users for free..
Apr 25 2008 12:58PM
One in 10 is a Wi-Fi piggybacker
Some 12 per cent of UK and US users think nothing of piggybacking on unsecured Wi-Fi networks, according to research from Accenture..
Apr 21 2008 12:28PM
Mozilla Foundation turns 10
The Mozilla Foundation, first created as an open source offshoot of the Netscape corporation, has turned 10 years old..
Apr 2 2008 7:42AM
Cyber-attack launched from 10,000 web pages
A security firm has identified over 10,000 web pages rigged by cyber-criminals to hijack the PCs of unsuspecting surfers..
Mar 13 2008 10:21PM
Asia-Pacific, Europe contribute to financial growth at IBM
IT giant, IBM said strong operational performance in Asia-Pacific and Europe helped contribute to strong economic growth in 2007.
Jan 18 2008 3:46PM
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