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By George Norman on 05 Dec 2008
For over a month now all we had to play with was Opera 9.62, build 10467 final, which made the browser considerably safer to work with. Opera is taking its software application one step further and has just released the first alpha build of Opera 10.
By George Norman on 05 Dec 2008
After it came to light a little while back that RSS usage has reached double digits usage, we must report that Google decided to update their Google Reader application. There are several things that have suffered changes.
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
Among all the different malware creation tools that Constructor provides, let us focus on the newest one, namely on Constructor/BitTera.C. Similar software applications that Constructor has released to the general public include Constructor/Turkojan, Constructor/Wormer and Constructor/YFakeCreator.
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
The truth about Google Earth is that it is a very useful and very popular application. Why then make it available only for Windows-based systems and not for Macs? That question no longer needs answering because Google has recently released a Firefox and Safari plug-in
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
Shifting focus from the Vista SP 2 release and onto Windows 7, there are two things that you need to be made aware of. Microsoft will give out free copies of Windows 7 Beta (not the PDC pre-Beta available for download on torrent trackers) presumably on the 13th of January, and secondly, Windows 7 has suffered some design modifications
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
After it has recently came to light that breaking an Acrobat 9 password by means of brute force attacks is not as hard as it ought to be, Adobe has come out and provided a few explanations. In related news, Adobe has announced that it plans to implement a restructuring program
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
As you may remember, yesterday Sun Microsystems updated several of its products, the most prominent of which being JRE 6 (Java Runtime Environment) and JDK (Java Development Kit), which received Update 11. Sun once again makes the headlines, this time by releasing its Java-based platform, JavaFX 1.0.
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
With the economic crisis and all, it seems that the Russians are giving up on their precious vodka and focusing on other activities, such as coming up with a software product that records pretty much every key you press while running your Mac OS X powered machine.
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
After the release of a pre-Beta SP 2 (Service Pack 2) version back in October, Microsoft is putting out the Vista SP 2 Beta, and this time the Redmond based software company will not give it to just a select few.
By George Norman on 04 Dec 2008
After the second release candidate (RC) dropped late November, Sun Microsystems has now ended the development cycle of its operating system by releasing OpenSolaris 2008.11 Final. In this new iteration of the Solaris OS, besides a complete web stack, you can expect to get Firefox 3.0, OpenOffice 3, and Gnome 2.24.
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
According to the Mozilla Foundation, users of the popular Firefox browser can expect to get updated to version 3.0.4 as early as tomorrow, the 4th of December. Wait, haven’t we already seen this back in November? Yes, we have, but this time it is a gimmick that Mozilla is employing so as to get Firefox 2.0 users to switch.
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
Sun has recently release update 11 for their Java 6 platform. With this update Sun has addressed a few security issues, but for the time being we have no specific details on these security holes. Other Sun software applications that have also been updated, besides JRE 6 and JDK, include JDK and JRE 5.0 Update 17, SDK and JRE 1.4.2_19, and SDK and JRE 1.3.1_24.
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
Apple has launched a new program entitled “Apple iMac Smart Xchange” which is meant to boost Mac sales and draw in people that previously considered Apple’s products to be too expensive. How did Apple go about making the iMac a more enticing, financially viable option?
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
According to Intego, company best known for their VirusBarrier X5 Mac security solution, a new threat for the Mac OS X has been detected in the wild. The threat, which has been identified as an RSPlug Trojan variant, has the potential of infecting Mackies that attempt to watch videos online.
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
Late November we were announcing that Microsoft and Novel are working in partnership so as to develop a software product that would be the equivalent of Adobe Flash and Silverlight 2, just that it would work on the Linux OS. As of this week Moonlight Beta 1 has been made available to the public
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
According to the policies enforced by the Fedora Project, support for an operating system will be pulled exactly one month after the release of v. +2. This is to say that if Fedora 10 was released on the 25th of November, support for Fedora 8, codename Werewolf, will come to a halt on the 25th of December, right on Christmas day.
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