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    Free FreeHand, a group of users of the eldery vector drawing application FreeHand have followed through on their threat to sue Adobe, accusing the design giant of effectively 'killing' the product.

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    Large numbers of web browsers run out of date plug-ins that render them vulnerable to security exploits, a new analysis by security management company Qualys has found.

  • News: Plants vs. Zombies heads to China with new game versions

    PopCap Games is releasing new versions of its Plants vs. Zombies title in China, with the aim of raking in more revenue from a major market that is currently swimming in pirated copies of the game.

  • News: Government told to focus more on efficiency, less on IT

    The government needs to do more than just renegotiate cheaper contracts with suppliers to achieve significant IT savings, according to industry experts at yesterday’s Westminster eForum.

  • Opinion: Report: Sandy Bridge-Powered MacBook Airs Coming Soon

    New MacBook Airs are headed your way this summer sporting Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt high-speed input/output ports, according to online rumors. Apple will reportedly ship new 11.6- and 13.3- inch versions of its ultraportable laptops in May for availability in June or July, according to Taiwan-based Digitimes.

  • News: Apple Proposes Smaller SIM Card for Slimmer Gadgets

    Apple's gadgets are about to get even thinner if the company has its way with proposals for an even smaller SIM card. Apple is pushing for standardization of a smaller SIM card than the microSIM found in the iPad and iPhone 4, according to Reuters . A SIM card (or Subscriber Identity Module) is a portable memory chip that is often interchangeable with other mobile devices that holds subscriber data, a cell phone number, and wireless carrier information.

  • How-Tos: Watch iOS videos on your HDTV

    With a single attachment, you can turn your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch into a video player that mimics an Apple TV ( Macworld rated 4 out of 5 mice ), Roku player ( Macworld rated 4 out of 5 mice ), and other video players. And it even rivals those dedicated devices for quality.

  • News: The Week in iPhone 4 Cases: Black and white

    It’s been a couple of weeks since our last iPhone 4-case roundup—which means that it’s time to take a look at the latest in handset protection. The big news of the past month has been the launch of the white iPhone 4, and the subsequent kerfuffle caused by its allegedly being ever so slightly thicker than its original black cousing.

  • Opinion: Day 17: Uploading Folders of Data to Google Docs

    I need access to my files. 17 days into the 30 Days With...Google Docs process may seem a bit late, but with each passing day I am finding more and more that I need all of the files I normally work with in my Documents folder in Windows 7 on my local computer to be available to me in Google Docs.

  • Opinion: Android 3.1 Update Coming in June to Tablets

    The first major update to Google's Honeycomb platform, Android 3.1, was announced last week at the Google I/O developer event, and it's slowly rolling out as an over-the-air update to mobile broadband-connected Motorola Xoom tablets. When announced, Google was vague about when we could expect Android 3.1 on other Honeycomb tablets, but today saw update details flying across the Web for both the Acer Iconia A500 and the Asus EeePad Transformer.

  • News: Attachmate has high hopes for Novell products

    Attachmate intends to revitalize the sales and technical development of the end-user computing products that it acquired when it purchased Novell, such as those for virtualization and enterprise collaboration.

  • Buying Advice: Why you should choose an Android phone or tablet

    Google's mobile operating system has proven to be a big hit since it was launched back in 2008. However, there are a growing number of alternatives hitting the market, such as HP’s WebOS and the BlackBerry Tablet OS. And let's not forget Apple's iOS. So why choose an Android device?

  • News: Israel, Iran announce strategies to counter cyberthreats

    Israel is setting up a national task force to expand the state's ability to defend vital infrastructure networks from cyberterrorist attacks by foreign countries and terrorist elements, according to a report on Wednesday report from the country's prime minister's office.

  • News: Apple wants smaller SIM cards for its future phones

    Apple has proposed a standard for new, smaller SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards, in an effort to free up more space on future smartphones.

  • News: SAP certifies software to run on Amazon

    Users of SAP's BusinessObjects and Rapid Deployment products are now able to run the applications from Amazon's cloud, marking the first time SAP has worked to make its software available on a public cloud service.

  • News: PC Advisor launches free iPad app

    PC Advisor has released a free iPad app on Apple’s App Store, offering a wealth of step-by-step advice on Windows, PC hardware and software.

  • Feature: Google Android: a short history

    Google Android has been a huge hit with consumers since its release. Here, we take a brief look at the operating system's history, and the different versions on offer.

  • News: Majority of UK workers 'get no IT security training'

    The majority of UK workers have no instruction from their employers on how to protect themselves from data loss or malicious software, according to research.

  • News: Apple wants smaller SIMs - report

    Apple wants to SIM cards to be made smaller in order to enable the creation of thinner devices, according to network operator Orange.

  • News: Intel throws might into chasing mobile market and ARM

    After years of dominance in computer chips, Intel now is chasing the chip market and trying to redefine its future.



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