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    Image software that's cheaper than the 'must-haves'

    Database, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 20/10/2010

    » Mac users enjoy access to a rich variety of software and while some of the big names (like Microsoft or Adobe) are often cited, I tend to eschew these for a number of reasons, including economy.

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    Endless possibilities of the Kindle

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 20/10/2010

    » Amazon is on to something big with the Kindle but in a way that has little to do with the device itself. Yes, it is an e-reader, but it is much, much more. "Reading as a platform" is a phrase that comes to mind.

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    Seeking unified global approach to cyber crime

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 20/10/2010

    » With cyber terrorism on the increase, the world's law enforcement agencies need to come together to combat the problem.

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    Rising cloud leads to storm over privacy

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 20/10/2010

    » The emergence of cloud computing, which facilitates the free flow of data, is leading to growing concern over privacy and security issues.

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    Make your machine quicker and smoother

    Database, James Hein, Published on 20/10/2010

    » OK, be honest, when was the last time you performed any preventative maintenance on your home Windows machine? I'm guessing quite a while. It's time to grab a couple of utilities and look at speeding your machine up a little.

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    Internet Site of the Week

    Database, Gotfried. K, Published on 20/10/2010

    » This week's Internet Site of the Week is a venerable old site well worth a bookmark _ NoNags at www.nonags.com, the best place on the Internet to find free software.

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    Sticky notes on the screen

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 20/10/2010

    » A couple of weeks back, I made passing reference to keeping reminders on digital "sticky notes", the way people do in the ungeek world. A few readers asked for recommendations.

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    Irreverent and irrelevant

    Database, Published on 20/10/2010

    » Microsoft unveiled its most important product of 2010, the Windows Phone 7, a smart phone that puts the company clearly at a make-or-break landmark; not only is the phone itself - which got good early reviews - important for income and prestige, but Microsoft is counting on Windows Mobile 7 to sell a gazillion copies and power a jillion apps; as ICD analyst put it, "On a scale of 1 to 10, this (phone launch) is an 11"; of course, you are far too foreign to be allowed to have a Windows Phone 7; within a day, phone makers HTC, Dell, Samsung and LG all had jumped on the Windows Phone 7 platform, with additional features including pop-out speakers and Qwerty keyboards.

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    Taxing woes

    Database, Published on 20/10/2010

    » Cabinet approved a draft law for a "green tax" on all industries, to kick in by 2012; there is still some work to do but proposed rates are in the neighbourhood of 10,000 baht per tonne of waste water, 2,500 baht per tonne of emissions and 15 percent of 1,000 baht per tourist; Big Business enthusiastically welcomed the environmental tax proposal, but had a couple of teensy weensy little worries, hardly worth mentioning but still... such as about consumer resistance when they push the new taxes onto the public because no way will business absorb the costs; and also there's unfairness of, say, shops along the Chao Phraya dumping pollution and not having to pay any tax; also, there is concern over calling tourists "pollution"; but really, all in all, an excellent idea.

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    The rise of the digital spies

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 10/11/2010

    » The controversial video clips leaked on YouTube which related to the Democrat Party's alleged attempt to lobby the Constitution Court over the misuse of election grants and irregularities in the recruitment of court officials has shown the increasing role of spy cams and clandestine digital devices in secret service.

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