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By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
The software pirates have seen considerable potential in World of Goo, the physics-based construction game that won the Design Innovation and Technical Excellence Award at this year’s Independent Games Festival, and consequently piracy rates have increased immensely, reaching the 90% mark.
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
This 1.6MB piece of software developed by David Zidar from Steamcore Software Solutions will come in handy when you want to listen to music, online radio stations to be more specific.
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
We are all aware of the glitches that affect the iPhone, such as dropping a call right when the conversation is getting interesting, the fact that there is no means of using copy/paste, and the fact that it will automatically attach pictures of your penis to outgoing emails. What was that again?
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
According to the official openSUSE release calendar, by the middle of November the release candidate should have been put out for to the general public to test. Unfortunately for the openSUSE Project and for us, the users that have been eagerly awaiting it, the numerous bugs in the operating system determined the development team to push back the RC release and instead put out a fifth Beta installment.
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
With the growing number of nasty surprises one can encounter online, security software developer McAfee has recently released its latest suite of online protection software: Internet Security, Virus Scan Plus and Total Protection 2009. They say that the only other product that even compares to McAfee’s Total Protection 2009 is Symantec’s Norton 360. That may be so, but what is it like to install and run McAfee’s product on your machine.
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
Canonical Ltd, the company that develops the Ubuntu operating system, has announced that it will collaborate with ARM, company that manufactures mobile phone chips, in an effort to come up with an Ubuntu powered netbook device.
By George Norman on 18 Nov 2008
The good news for users running Linux operating systems on their 64-bit processor machines is that Adobe has finally released an x64 version of the popular Flash Player, meaning that the days of using x32 software versions are soon to be over.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
Version 3.0 final of the Advanced SystemCare Personal software, once downloaded and installed on your machine, can be used to protect, repair and optimize your system.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
The Safari update that was released by Apple this Friday, the 14th of November, instead of being a security blessing turned out to be a crash curse. Version 3.2 of Apple’s browser should have addressed a grad total of 11 security issues that affected the browser itself and WebKit. Instead of making Safari safer, it caused it to crash over and over again.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
Check Point, company that specializes in providing network security software and firewall solutions, is celebrating its 15th anniversary on the 18th of November and because of that it is giving away Zone Alarm Pro software.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
The most recent Google developed iPhone application, the Search-by-Voice app that was due to hit the App Store on Friday has been put on hold by the Apple team.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
One of the main improvements that the Microsoft team is trying to achieve with the upcoming Windows 7 operating system is the time it takes the software to boot up. In the laboratory, the pre-Beta Windows 7 versions managed to boot in the record time of 15 seconds.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
Google’s take on the web browser, Google Chrome, has recently received two security patches. The development team behind the Chrome browser had to release these updates in order to address data stealing vulnerabilities that plagued the software product.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
The security software from AVG once again throws a wrench in the inner workings of software solutions working alongside it, this time the affected software being Adobe Flash.
By George Norman on 17 Nov 2008
If late last month we featured an article which presented the new bits and pieces that could be found in Windows 7’s Media Center, it is now time to focus on the audio enhancements that this Windows-based operating system has to offer.
By George Norman on 14 Nov 2008
The development of the tenth installment of the Ubuntu operating systems has been kicked off early November and it will take until the 23rd of April to complete. That is good news for all the Ubuntu fans that are called George, because that is when we celebrate St. George.
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