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  • News: Google patches Google Chrome browser... again

    Google patched 10 vulnerabilities in Chrome this week, including one pegged critical on the Mac.

  • News: Top 10 hot topics at Oracle OpenWorld

    Oracle's annual OpenWorld conference kicks off Sunday and is set to be the biggest one yet, both in attendance and information on future technologies that could have a major influence across the tech world. Here's a look at some of the hottest topics and happenings at the event, which runs through next Thursday in San Francisco.

  • News: Samsung opens video store for phones, tablet

    Samsung on Thursday said it was opening an entertainment store to bring movies and TV shows to its smartphones and upcoming Galaxy Tab tablet.

  • News: Two thirds of Windows PCs can't use Internet Explorer 9

    Microsoft may have a tough time building significant market share for its new Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) browser because it doesn't work on PCs running Windows XP.

  • News: RIM posts revenue gains on BlackBerry sales

    Research In Motion reported revenue gains of 9 percent in its latest financial quarter, driven by Blackberry subscriber gains and record device sales, the company said Thursday.

  • News: Yahoo to revamp mail, search

    Yahoo will sharpen its search engine by providing richer results for news and entertainment-related queries, as well as revamp its webmail service by making it faster and more connected to Twitter and Facebook.

  • News: Barnes & Noble predicts $1B in digital book sales by 2013

    Book retailer Barnes & Noble expects to generate US$1 billion in revenue from sales of digital books, including e-books and e-textbooks, by 2013, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: 5 ways Internet Explorer 9 cuts browser clutter

    Microsoft is going all out to integrate IE9, which debuted Wednesday in beta form, with Windows 7 user interface features. Take a look at the design and judge for yourself whether it's a cleaner, simpler browser.

  • News: Microsoft launches Windows Phone 7 developer tools

    Microsoft today released the final version of Windows Phone 7 developer tools, opening the way to what the company hopes will be flood of applications for the revamped smartphone platform. At the same time, Microsoft is becoming more visible in what promises to be a huge marketing effort to generate consumer excitement for the October 11 launch of Windows Phone handsets.

  • News: Intel's five rules of information security

    The "Here You Have" e-mail virus that ripped across the Internet last week didn't leave Intel unscathed: The 80,000-plus employee company had 4,400 employees click on the malware and wound up with 400 infected machines.

  • News: The history of Apple Mac OS X

    Ten years after its beta debuted, we look at where the ultra-successful Apple Mac OS X operating system came from.

  • News: AVG to help students battle Facebook status jacking

    AVG has launched an online campaign to help university students combat Facebook status jacking.

  • News: Poll: customers warm to low-price laptops

    Nearly seven-eights (86.3 percent) of respondents to a PC Advisor survey would consider buying a laptop - but more than half of these are looking at a sub-£500 model.

  • News: BBC, ITV, Channel 4 & Five launch YouView digital TV

    Project Canvas, the BBC-led subscription free digital TV service, has been formally announced as 'YouView'. YouView will comprise seven days worth of catchup TV similar to the BBC's existing iPlayer service, as well as free TV on demand, apps and widgets. TV providers signed up to take part include the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Five.

  • News: More than a quarter of UK software is unlicensed or pirated

    More than two in five computer programs in use around the world are unlicenced or pirated, says IDC.

  • News: Allowing social network use increases malware risk in firms

    A third of firms have suffered from malware or a virus infection as a result of staff using social media websites, says Panda Security.

  • News: Twitter's new homepage: what the critics said

    Twitter's update to its homepage, that stresses community and multimedia content, is a welcome change to the staid site. Of course, when you impose order and elegance to Twitter's current lackluster homepage, you're going to get more kudos than questions. Still, you'll be hard pressed to find a dissonant voice in the chorus of opinion about the redesign of world's favorite micro-blogging site.

  • News: Forrester: secure networks from the inside out

    Forrester Research is releasing a report titled "Introducing the Zero-Trust Model of Information Network" in conjunction with its Security Forum event in Boston this week.

  • News: Halo: Reach makes $200 million in first-day sales

    Halo: Reach tallied $200 million in sales on its release day, says Phil Spencer, the corporate vice president of Microsoft Game Studios, during Microsoft's keynote Thursday morning at the Tokyo Game Show as reported by 1UP.com's liveblog of the event.

  • News: Study: In-game ads may work

    For the first time, a recent study of EA Games shows proof that advertisers may actually benefit from something many gamers hate: in-game advertising.

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