Stories by Ian Paul

Twitter adds Lists to help you get organised

Twitter is testing a feature that it says makes it easier for users to organise the people they follow, by grouping them in lists. Twitter has also added a social networking spin on the new feature, called Lists, that makes it easier for other people...

Facebook Prototypes Lets You Test Latest Apps

<a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/172065/facebook_grows_up_in_population_income.html">Facebook</a> launched a new applications feature late Tuesday that will let you test the latest tools the social network is working on. Called Facebook Protot...

10 awesome netbooks & ultraportables coming in 2009

Ultraportable notebooks and netbooks are already hot tickets this year. You may even be thinking about picking one up for yourself soon. But before you open your wallet, look at this Top 10 list of ultraportable laptops and netbooks that are set to g...

Hulu goes international (a little)

In its first move towards opening up to international audiences, Hulu has added British television shows and Bollywood movies. Hulu today announced in a blog post that the site has partnered with U.K. content distributor Digital Rights Group and the...

Windows 7's 'XP Mode' Won't Run on Some CPUs

Hoping to use Windows 7's <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/163912/virtual_xp_mode_may_be_a_windows_7_headache.html?tk=rel_news">XP Mode</a> on your new laptop? Better check your specs, because many big-name, Intel-powered noteb...

Nokia Considers Making Its Own Laptop

Will the laptop and smart phone converge in the future? Nokia is lending more credence to that idea, with the company's comments yesterday that it may develop its own laptop. In an interview with Finnish broadcaster YLE, Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvu...

AVG Accidentally Harms PCs

Users of AVG's virus scanner received a bit of a shock earlier this week from the antivirus program, which instructed them to delete a core Windows file that their PCs actually needed.

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