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By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
According to an official Canonical Ltd. press release, users all over the world will be able to download (for free) Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Edition starting with the 30th of October, the current year.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
It seems that Apple and Google did not turn a deaf ear to all the iPhone users that were complaining that the hand held device does not have a Google Earth app.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
Visitors to the iTunes UK Music Store have noticed that Apple's decision to censor potentially offensive words did not go all that smoothly.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
Whether you just want to pass the time or you are genuinely interested in seeing what picture is associated with your name, Turn Your Name Into a Face is a cool application that should keep you entertained for a while.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), the next generation of in-car navigation systems which is due to hit the market in a few year's time is said to be more of a sat nag than a sat nav device.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
A 43 year old woman from Japan has been taken into custody by the authorities after her virtual husband reported that she “massacred” his MapleStory character.
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
As Halloween draws closer, those mindless, undead, flesh eating zombies are keeping as busy as a dark minion should.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
In an article posted the other day, we were announcing the fact that Microsoft will break the Update Tuesday cycle in order to address the MS08-067 security issue which affects several Windows-based operating systems.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
The recently released TikiWiki 2.2 version is said to address some bug and security issues, just that we cannot provide any specific information on said bugs and security problems.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
“Brain, brain...brain!” that's the general topic of discussion amongst all the millions of World of Warcraft players.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
The Warhammer Online team is trying to get people to leave player versus player combat (PvP) behind and focus on something a bit more large scale – RvR or realm versus realm combat.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
It seems that several vulnerabilities which affected Wireshark version 1.0.3 (and older versions down to 0.10.3) were fixed this week when the software developer released v. 1.0.4
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
You too can now get the pre-Beta SP2 for the Windows Vista operating system, the service pack that Microsoft said will be most likely released next year in June.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
In a previous article we where announcing that Opera launched version 9.61 in order to address several security related issues.
By George Norman on 24 Oct 2008
Don't you just hate it when you lose your wireless connection or when something forces you to shut it off?
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
Somebody sure has dropped the ball on this one! People that had set iGoogle as their home page did not hold back in expressing their discontent.
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