Developers responsible for Apple Inc.'s Safari browser engine and Opera Software's flagship browser raced to announce this week that in-development versions passed the new Acid3 Web test with flying colors.
Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday announced new Phenom chips, including quad-core chips and its first triple-core processors for desktop PCs.
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The long-awaited, Web-based and free version of Adobe Photoshop is now available as a beta, Adobe announced this week.
A self-styled ethical hacker group plans to counter moves by companies that attempt to bury security vulnerability information in order to protect their businesses.
Corporate users of Apple's Leopard operating system are more than five times more likely to say that they are "very satisfied" with the OS than business users of Microsoft's Windows Vista, a research firm said this week.
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Expensive legal battles have caused TorrentSpy, the search engine for the BitTorrent file-sharing service, to shut down.
Sun Microsystems confirmed that it has shipped some servers in its SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 lines with disk images that contain unsafe configurations that could allow remote attackers to hijack the machines.
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Motorola announced six new products and technology demonstrations Wednesday that are designed to improve the consumer mobile media experience. The devices include a new mobile TV with a touch-screen user interface.
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Dell has waded into the blogosphere to shoot down a brokerage firm's report claiming that dissatisfied customers are returning 20% to 30% of Dell notebook computers due to problems with solid state disk drives.
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