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  • News: Chrome nears 20% share, IE resumes slide

    After a one-month pause, Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) resumed its usage share slide in December, dropping to a new low and setting the stage for a fall below 50% as early as March.

  • News: Get ready to party with Apple's New Year's Eve free music download

    Download today's free track on iTunes

  • News: Hackers Said to Be Planning to Launch Own Satellites to Combat Censorship

    Hackers reportedly plan to fight back against Internet censorship by putting their own communications satellites into orbit and developing a grid of ground stations to track and communicate with them.

  • News: 2011 in review: Macworld's top stories

    It's just about time to close the books on 2011 and move on to the promise of a brand new year. But we wanted to take a few final glances back at the year that was, starting with a round-up of our top stories of 2011, based on page views.

  • News: Google Pulls 'Official' Siri App from Android Market

    Google has reportedly yanked an app masquerading as Siri, Apple's voice command personal assistant software, from the Android marketplace.

  • News: 2012 Tech Outlook: A Look at What's Ahead

    The new year promises we'll see a tech revolution, from smartphones capable of making payments to printers handling Web and e-mail printing with greater ease to the launch of the Windows 8 operating system. Laptops, cameras, and the components in our devices will also improve (supposedly) by leaps and bounds. Here's a rundown of what to expect in 2012.

  • News: Microsoft patches dangerous web flaw in double time

    Microsoft has issued an out-of-band fix for a vulnerability in its ASP.NET web platform that could allow an attacker to launch a successful DoS attack on a server using a nothing more sophisticated than a stream of 100kb files.

  • News: Stuxnet and Duqu part of larger cybermalware campaign

    The Stuxnet worm was built on the same platform used from 2007 onwards to create a family of cyber-weapon-like malware including the recently-discovered Duqu worm, a forensic analysis by Kaspersky Lab researchers has concluded.

  • News: Google, Facebook, Twitter Help Revelers Ring in New Year

    Google, Facebook and Twitter are getting attention as revelers say goodbye to 2011 and hello to 2012.

  • News: Siri Knock-Offs Invade Android Market

    Apple has no plans to bring Siri to other platforms, but that's not stopping some Android app developers from ripping off the product, right down to the icons and sound effects.

  • News: Pretty Please?: A 2012 Technology Wish List

    With fewer than 40 hours left in 2011, it seems like a good time to think about what 2012 holds in store. There are plenty of predictions about what we can expect in technology, based on what exists now, and the current trends. I am going to take a slightly different approach, though.

  • News: Qbo Meets Qbo; Robot Flirtation Commences

    Last time we saw Qbo, it all about the little robot that could "recognize" itself in the mirror in an experiment by the Corpra scientists. As promised, in the team's next step for their robot-consciousness experiments, they've brought together two Qbos that can recognize each other and have a little conversation.

  • News: Text-analysis tools highlight Phraseology iOS text editor

    Developer Agile Tortoise on Friday announced its entry in the ever-crowded field of iOS text editors. The company's Phraseology, only for the iPad, is aimed at professional writers and combines a simple interface designed to minimize distraction with a number of tools for analyzing and working with text.

  • News: 'Move Your Domain' Campaign Against Go Daddy Flops

    Consumers appear to have already forgiven Go Daddy for its past support of the Stop Internet Privacy Act (SOPA) now before Congress.

  • News: Verizon Scraps $2 Fee Plan

    Less than a day after announcing plans to charge customers a $2 convenience fee for every online transaction, Verizon Wireless has announced that it will back off.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks flat for year

    After a rollercoaster ride on the stock market, tech companies are ending the year just about where they started, despite strong and in some cases record sales and profits for IT bellwethers.

  • News: Letter to Hurd details allegations that led to his downfall at HP

    Details of allegations of sexual harassment that ultimately caused Mark Hurd, now co-president at Oracle, to quit as CEO of Hewlett-Packard are now plastered across the Internet after a letter written on behalf of the complainant was unsealed by the Delaware Supreme Court Wednesday.

  • News: Hacking group releases more Stratfor subscriber data

    Hackers released another batch of data on Thursday pilfered from Stratfor Global Intelligence, a widely used research and analysis company whose website was attacked last weekend.

  • News: 2011's top stories: iPhone 5

    This year Macworld readers wanted to know about the secret details of the iPhone 5, which we know now, was in fact iPhone 4S. From lost prototypes, to leaked specifications, the internet was awash with on-going speculations of what the iPhone 5 would look like and what it would be able to do.

  • News: Facebook Wreaks Havoc on One-Third of Marriages in the U.K.

    Husbands and wives in the United Kingdom headed for divorce are increasingly citing Facebook in their petitions, according to a survey from Divorce-Online, a website that focuses on divorce in the U.K.



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