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  • News: 3G iPhone could be launched by May

    A 3G version of Apple's iPhone may be launched as soon as May, reports the Bank of America.

  • News: Tight vote on global OOXML standard

    Balloting on whether Office Open XML (OOXML) should become an international document standard closed at midnight Saturday in Geneva, in an apparently tight vote. The results have not yet been officially announced.

  • News: Microsoft renames CRM Live to 'CRM Online'

    Microsoft is changing the name of its on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) offering to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, according to a company official.

  • News: Business users love Leopard, like XP, hate Vista

    Business user of Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system are more than five times more likely to say that they are "very satisfied" with the OS than business users of Microsoft's Windows Vista. Only 8 percent of Vista users are "very satisfied".

  • News: Google: iGoogle gadgets perfect for business

    Google believes that IT administrators shouldn't fear Gadget Maker for iGoogle. While the Google Maker application is for consumers, iGoogle users can customise gadgets for use on work PCs.

  • News: Details of 'next Classmate PC' published

    Reports suggest that specifications and pictures of a laptop unveiled this week by a Malaysian computer maker could be a new version of Intel's Classmate PC for education markets.

  • News: Declining Microsoft brand is losing credibility

    Microsoft's brand power has been in sharp decline over the past four years in the US, an indication the company is losing credibility and mindshare with business users, according to a recent study by market research firm CoreBrand.

  • News: Report: 3G iPhone manufacturer revealed

    The world's largest contract electronics manufacturer - Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry - is in talks with Apple to make the next generation iPhone, according to Dow Jones, which cited an unidentified Hon Hai official.

  • News: Microsoft plans Apple iPhone apps

    Microsoft is plans to use Apple's iPhone software developer kit (SDK) to extend its Mac products for use with the mobile phone.

  • News: New Asus Eee PC has multi-touch trackpad

    Asustek's next generation Eee PC will feature a multi-touch trackpad in addition to the larger screen, better webcam and increased data storage, the company has revealed

  • News: AMD launches quad- and triple-core Phenoms

    AMD has provided further details of its new Phenom processors, including quad-core chips and its first triple-core version for desktop PCs.

  • News: Report: Ten million 3G iPhones ordered by Apple

    The launch of a 3G iPhone looks more likely than ever, according to Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney, who claims Apple has already placed an order for ten million of the second-generation handsets with an Asian manufacturer.

  • News: Microsoft leaves bug unpatched for three years

    Microsoft has admitted it failed to patch bugs in its Jet Database Engine despite knowing of the exploit as far back as 2005.

  • News: Battery shortage causes laptop price hike

    A fire at South Korea's second largest laptop battery manufacturing is being blamed for the increase in laptop prices.

  • News: Microsoft refreshes Windows XP SP3

    Microsoft has released a refresh of the beta code for Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3), the first update to the service pack since February's release of XP SP3 RC2

  • News: New Intel quad-core Xeons target energy efficiency

    Intel has launched two low-voltage, 45-nanometre server processors in the new Quad-Core Xeon Processor L5400 Series.

  • News: Excel users urged to patch exploit

    Excel users have been urged to immediately apply a patch released earlier this month that tackles attack code that exploits a bug in Microsoft's spreadsheet application.

  • News: Backlash over Windows Vista SP1 driver woes

    Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) users have slammed Microsoft on the company's own Vista blog over the requirements for downloading the update.

  • News: Windows XP SP3 to launch in April

    Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) will arrive in the second half of April, according to TechARP.com – a tech site that correctly predicted recent Windows release dates.

  • News: Feature: Windows XP vs Vista

    So there you are, signing the 'Save XP' petition, shaking your fist in triumph as you stick it to 'the man'. It's a liberating feeling. You've found the courage to buck the trend and jump off the Wintel upgrade treadmill. You feel empowered, enlightened. But still, there are these nagging doubts.



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