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Smartphone trial features dueling ex-Sun execs
Jonathan Schwartz and Scott McNealy face off.
Apr 27 2012 3:18PM
Third-party apps failing to use Windows security features
Many third-party Windows applications are failing to utilise security features.
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Google steps up Docs platform
Company boosts performance for hosted service.
Apr 13 2010 11:46AM
Sony inspires ire over Linux ban
Company will remove OS option from Playstation 3 this week.
Apr 1 2010 2:52PM
Amazon buys touch screen startup Touchco
Adding multi-touch features to Kindle?
Feb 5 2010 6:45AM
Google phases out IE6 support for Docs and Sites
Forces browser update.
Feb 2 2010 6:44AM
Google updates Chrome with 1,500 new features
Faster and more secure.
Jan 27 2010 6:34AM
Veeam accelerates VMware backups
First to support new features in vSphere.
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Google rolls out Android 2.0 SDK
Multiple email sync and Exchange support added.
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IBM adds to Lotus Connections
New features include file-sharing, micro-blogging.
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Wikipedia looks to new editing systems
Considers colour-coding and revision overhaul.
Sep 1 2009 4:09PM
Microsoft smartens up mobiles with OneApp
Adds features to conventional phones.
Aug 26 2009 6:05AM
Red Hat beta builds on virtualisation plans
Run unmodified 32 and 64-bit guest operating systems at the same time.
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Google gears up for HTML 5
Google has been showing off some of the new HTML 5 features that it will be building into future releases of Chrome and Android 2.0, codenamed Donut.
May 28 2009 2:52PM
Microsoft tests Windows 7 update with fake patches
Microsoft is to test the update mechanism in its forthcoming Windows 7 software by pushing out a number of fake patches to users of the latest release candidate.
May 12 2009 6:02AM
Mozilla launches latest Firefox 3.5 beta
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.
Apr 29 2009 6:04AM
Microsoft releases SQL Server 2008 SP1
Microsoft has released the first service pack for its SQL Server 2008 database.
Apr 9 2009 5:47AM
MIX09: Microsoft announces Silverlight 3 beta
Microsoft has unveiled a beta version of its Silverlight 3 browser plug-in at its MIX09 developer conference in Las Vegas.
Mar 20 2009 6:19AM
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.
Mar 18 2009 6:12AM
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.
Mar 9 2009 2:04PM
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