HP Recalls Laptop Batteries

HP Recalls Laptop Batteries
  Hewlett-Packard announced a voluntary recall of lithium-ion batteries used in a number of HP and Compaq notebook computers. The recall, which was done in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, affects a reported 54,000 units. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed, according to the announcement, because the batteries ...

Buy Office 2007 Today. Get Office 2010 FREE

Buy Office 2007 Today. Get Office 2010 FREE
  Simply purchase qualifying Office 2007 product between March 5, 2010 and September 30, 2010, and you will be able to upgrade to Office 2010 for free! Follow these three easy steps: 1.Purchase Office 2007 (Please contact the Readycrest Sales Team) 2.Activate Office 2007 – Activate Office 2007 by September 30, 2010. 3.Download Office 2010 ...

Fasthosts System Status – Dedicated Servers

Some customers may currently be unable to connect to their dedicated servers. Our engineers are investigating this issue, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.   Status of this entry is Open 17:28 – This issue is now resolved. Status of this entry is Closed

Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor TROJAN

  Miscreants have disguised Trojan horse malware under the guise of a Windows 7 compatibility checker. The malware comes as a zip-based attachment to email messages supposed offering "help" on upgrading Windows boxes. But this "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor Setup" assistant offers only a Trojan, instead of the promised compatibility checking tool. Windows users who ...

Fasthosts System Status Update

  Customers with Microsoft Exchange mailboxes may currently find they are unable to connect to their mailboxes. Our engineers are investigating this issue as a priority, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. Status of this entry is Open   12:44 – This issue is now resolved. Status of this entry is Closed

Fake Anti-Virus Software

  Fake anti-virus software that infect PCs with malicious code are a growing threat, according to a study by Google. Its analysis of 240m web pages over 13 months showed that fake anti-virus programs accounted for 15% of all malicious software. Scammers trick people into downloading programs by convincing them that their PC is infected ...