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Lucid Computer Solutions News

29.07.10 | NHS Staff told to remove Microsoft

NHS Staff have been told
to uninstall Microsoft Office
if they have it installed on their home
computers and if it was obtained through the
NHS discounted Microsoft Office licensing scheme
. This is because of
the NHS’s licensing agreement coming to an
end with Microsoft
. We recommend that if you are one of the people
affected by this, to check out Open
which is the free equivalent of Microsoft Office.

 08.07.10 | Googlebook

After the not so recent news of
Google falling to the second biggest website
in the world
, losing its title to the social networking site ‘Facebook’,
the company has decided to release its own version of the site named ‘Google
’. Google’s UK chief executive Matt Brittin said that there is
room for competition in the social
networking area of the internet
, however in recent years many other
sites have tried to make a stand against Facebook such as Bebo and
MySpace, but all these have now paled into insignificance. Whether
Google Me is going to follow in the path
of failure is uncertain and there is going to be a long wait before it
does emerge, but for now we can keep on guessing.

 05.07.10 | YouTube Hacked

This weekend the video
sharing king was hit by a scripting attack
that inserted insulting
comments to the bottom of videos containing footage of Justin Bieber. As
well as adding comments, the script rendered all previous comments
invisible and diverted traffic away from YouTube to sites containing
adult material. Google managed to remove the
nasty comments
from the videos within an hour of the attack and
pushed out a complete fix for the script within the next two. They are
now studying the way the script managed to bypass all security protocols
to help prevent this type of thing from happening again.

 04.07.10 | Amazon Releases it’s own E-reader

Many of us have heard of an e-reader, but for those
of us who haven’t, it’s essentially an electronic book – one that has
buttons to turn virtual pages and can store thousands of books on a
simple memory card. So far, only a few have made it into the big market
such as Sony’s E-book and possibly the new
Apple iPad
, however Amazon’s new Kindle DX, which sports a
higher-quality 9.7in screen, will sell for £250, down from £320. This
makes the Kindle the second most expensive E-reader (the first being
Sony’s E-book) but from what we can tell, it sports no special features
that any other E-reader doesn’t have. Therefore, even though
Amazon has cut the Kindle’s price for
the second time in a row, it is still not the cheapest and not any more
special, so if you are looking for an E-reader, go for the
Sony E-book.



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