Searching for web wisdom; the .eu landrush; nanotubes shrink fuel bills; Xbox vs PS3; the AACS row; OFT warns of unfair data advantage

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Mashups, 'Weirduary', bitrates, neverending betas, 802.11n and much more in this week's section

It's our biggest-ever section, physically - 10 pages to get stuck into. Let's dive in:

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02, Feb, 2006 @8:12 AM

Free Our Data debate goes public, hydrogen-powered London buses, US and ICANN, ISPs and file sharing, the 1% rule and much more...

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20, Jul, 2006 @6:44 AM

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The ultimate internet glossary: from 4chan to Zynga
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Technology section for 16 March 2006

This week's print edition of the Technology supplement is online too...

Charles Arthur

16, Mar, 2006 @8:08 AM

Microsoft launches software for searching desktops

Microsoft Corp. on Monday became the second tech-industry giant to offer software for searching through computer desktops - a technology it claims is vastly superior to that launched by Google two months ago," reports AP.

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In print: What's eating Microsoft? Fingerprinting at schools, the GPL's lawyer, mobiles vs the iPod and much more

This week's print edition of the Technology supplement is online too...

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30, Mar, 2006 @6:35 AM

Technology in print: is chip and pin good for us, Sweden's political pirates, the horror of Notes and much more

It's time for the weekly Technology section, and it's another bumper week...

Charles Arthur

09, Feb, 2006 @8:11 AM

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Best apps: our experts pick 50 of the most dazzling, useful and novel

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In print: Your car's secret ingredient; Dave Sifry speaks; chip and pet; Lotus Notes - the story continues; the government's other ID scheme; and more

This week's print edition is, well, printed, and there's a broad range of topics to intrigue you.

Charles Arthur

16, Feb, 2006 @8:29 AM