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Noon News: Yahoo Shutting Buzz, Lenovo Drops Prices, T-Mobile Offers Voice Chat App, Norwich City College Violates DPA

After closing the door on GeoCities and Briefcase, Internet giant Yahoo is now aiming to shut down one of its newest and much hyped product Yahoo! Buzz. Buzz, launched in 2008, was designed to give its users a community platform for sharing news stories.

Whilst hunting for a bargain priced PC, we stumbled across this Lenovo product, the ThinkCentre A70 7099, which is a fully fledged machine that costs a mere £152.53 with free delivery from Crescent Electronics.

T-Mobile has come up with a free, web-based voice chat app for Facebook users. The application, called Bobsleds, will allow the Facebook users to make free calls from their Facebook chat window with just one click.

Internet giant Yahoo has decided to delay moving its search ads to Microsoft platform after failing to receive the boost had it expected from the partnership. Yahoo had previously agreed to migrate their ads to Microsoft's adCenter by now.

Norwich City College violated the Data Protection Act by dumping sensitive student files in a dustbin, a recent investigation has revealed. According to the Information Commissioner’s office (ICO), files containing personal information of around 80 students were found in ordinary bin bags ready to be disposed off.

Ravi Mandalla was ITProPortal's Sub Editor (and a contributing writer) for two years from 2011. Based in Ahmedabad, India, Ravi is now the owner and founder of Parity Media Pvt. Ltd., a news and media company, which specializes in online publishing, technology news and analysis, reviews, web site traffic growth, web site UI. Ravi lists his specialist subjects as: Enterprise, IT, Technology, Gadgets, Business, High Net Worth Individuals, Online Publishing, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, News, Reviews, Audio, Video, and Multi-Media. He has also previously worked as Dy. Manager - IT Security at (n)Code Solutions.