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Mozilla has launched a new beta release for the next version of its Firefox web browser, promising a number of new features and performance gains.
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Microsoft releases SQL Server 2008 SP1
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Microsoft has unveiled a beta version of its Silverlight 3 browser plug-in at its MIX09 developer conference in Las Vegas.
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Symantec improves anti-spam with Brightmail update
Symantec today launched a new version of its Brightmail enterprise messaging security platform, along with a new online resource to help firms stay ahead of spam threats.
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Twitter update offers improved search functions
Micro-blogging site Twitter has made a couple of updates to the site today, including new search capabilities and a Trends button.
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