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By George Norman on 07 Nov 2008
The Android powered G1 phone that hit the market last month seems to have generated somewhat of a disagreement between Microsoft and Intel representatives.
By George Norman on 07 Nov 2008
Obama may have won the elections, and the malware infesting spam war, but at least John McCain is the king of Viagra spam, and now he is dead – or at least that is what the spammers would have you think.
By George Norman on 06 Nov 2008
According to Microsoft’s Gary Schare, the times when users had to deal with complicated and confusing compatibility stickers are soon to be over.
By George Norman on 06 Nov 2008
Now that the elections are over, all the sordid little details are starting to surface. One such detail that the public was not aware of is the fact that the campaign computers of both Barack Obama and John McCain were hacked into.
By George Norman on 06 Nov 2008
The people in charge of the popular instant messaging program from Yahoo want you, the Windows Vista user, to download, install and put YM 9.0 through its paces.
By George Norman on 06 Nov 2008
This 463KB piece of software from Linkool Labs is by no means one of the most useful Firefox add-ons that I have come by in some time.
By George Norman on 06 Nov 2008
According to Secure Computing, company that specializes on enterprise gateway security, about 70% of the election- related spam messages detected by the previously mentioned company are linked to President Barack Obama.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
In the bad news from Apple series, we must report that a Piergiorgio Zambrini has found a vulnerability in the iPhone, and it is a major one.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Valve, software company better known for its Half-Life series, has finally accomplished its dream of taking Steam to the Cloud.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Core Security, company that specializes in penetration testing and provides security software solutions, has recently uncovered a buffer overflow-type security vulnerability in Adobe Reader as well as Adobe Acrobat.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
There are several new bits of info from the Apple world that we need to report. First of all, there will be no iMac update, nor will there be an updated Mac Mini.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Did you ever stop and thing what would happen if the people who make your operating system (be it Windows OS or MAC OS X or even Linux) would suddenly decide to give up on software and startup an airline company?
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Touchnote is a brand new online service that was launched this week in the United Kingdom that lets you design and create your very own greeting cards.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
It seems that if you go ahead and disable atime and diratime you can improve the performance of your disk by about 40%, which is quite considerable if you think about it.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Project Report is YouTube’s way of getting people to share local stories that may have an impact on a global level, stories that deserve to be covered and brought to our attention.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
The news regarding Windows Server is that with the 2008 version of this Windows-based operating system the Terminal Services will be replaced with Remote Desktop Services.
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