How do I create and use a Windows 7 System Image to recover from a crash?

It is a fact, systems crash eventually. Jack Wallen shows you how to use System Image to recover from catastrophic system crash.


End of the jobs machine

Corporate America isn't the jobs machine it used to be.

Job seekers still face intolerable odds

Facebook data harvester speaks out

The man who harvested and published the personal details of 100m Facebook users has spoken out about his motives.


WikiLeaks drops 90,000 war docs; fingers Pakistan as insurgent ally

WikiLeaks has published over 90,000 mostly-classified US military documents from the war in Afghanistan.


Sony now facing single class-action for PS3 other-OS removal

Sony has been hit with seven class-action lawsuits over the removal of the "Other OS" option in the PlayStation 3 firmware, and the court has now agreed to bundle these suits into one large action. The result? Settlement becomes more likely, and simpler for all parties.

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BP agrees $7bn (£4.6bn) asset sale to fund oil clean-up

BP is to sell assets in Texas, Canada and Egypt, to part-fund the clean-up cost of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.


James Bond 007: Blood Stone

Joss Stone is the new Bond Girl, but she won't be appearing on the big screen. The latest James Bond film has been put on hold indefinitely, however…

No Bond Girl: Angelina Jolie on 'Nightline'

Not all of 007’s chicks come from Russia with love. We take a look at five of James Bond’s more exotic beauties


Germans won't give up on euro

The reason for their irritation is that Greece and other so-called peripheral economies “broke the rules” of the euro by living beyond their means, said Joerg Kraemer, chief economist at Commerzbank in Frankfurt.

Lohan arrives at jail to begin serving sentence

Lindsay Lohan has arrived at a Los Angeles County women's jail to begin serving a 90-day sentence for a probation violation that is likely to be whittled down to a few weeks.



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Apple Battles Frauds in iTunes

While the number of accounts that were breached in the latest incident was small—Apple said about 400 of its 150 million iTunes users were affected—it renews concerns about how well companies and individuals are protecting sensitive data.


Toyota Educates Customers as Floor Mat Alert Ignored

Toyota Motor Corp. ’s U.S. sales chief said many owners still ignore warnings not to stack floor mats beneath accelerator pedals and wants dealers to familiarize buyers with model features so they’re not mistaken for flaws.


Opinion: Should We Extend Unemployment Insurance?

Opinion: Should We Extend Unemployment Insurance?

I noticed the recent Time Magazine article on newstands and recall it being about america. I had just left the local bank and was waiting there when I decide to look into what all the fuss was about. Is America really going broke? I seem to think so only because i'm a citizen of this country. My earnings don't reflect on what i'm able to do do, many places I prefer going to and very little change to help meet my day to day errands. So what "I don't get paid from the neck up" i'm only just interested with social networking but not if it will interfere with my overall progress.

My Own Private India

How the Jersey town named for Thomas Edison became home to the all-American Guindian

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Fire on Maersk ship under control

Container still burning after two days, but efforts to keep it in check appear to have worked go here.


Road Test: 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

In the end, the Crosstour surprised me. The styling is neither the elephant in the
room some critics claim nor as avant-garde as Honda would like to believe. ...

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Slashdot: Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 Released

"Mozilla has released the first Beta of Firefox 4, the next major version of the popular web browser. Apart from the new 'Chromified' tabs-on-top UI, there are many major improvements in performance and HTML5 support. This release also adds support for the new WebM video format. Other changes include faster DOM and CSS performance, improved UI responsiveness, hardware 2D acceleration, experimental WebGL support, and better JavaScript performance (though this beta does not include the new JaegerMonkey JIT engine). More details on the Mozilla blog."


Sarkozy lashes out at ‘smear’ campaign in France

French President Sarkozy is under pressure amid allegations that his party received envelopes filled with cash from Liliane Bettencourt, heiress of French cosmetics group L'Oréal.

How Google can beat Facebook at Social

The rumors that Google is creating a Facebook competitor called Google.Me have not been denied. But does Google have to change its own persona to create a social network that can rival the world's largest?


Oil "super skimmer" arrives in Gulf of Mexico

A massive ship converted into a "super skimmer" has arrived in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico to assist with cleanup of the BP oil spill, a government spokeswoman said Thursday.

Tracking the Gulf oil disaster


A stand for free speech

THEY WERE bold words. " We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn ," a spokesman for Google blogged on Jan. 12. "We recognize that this may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially our offices in China." Google followed these words with...