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Microsoft fixes 8 IE holes, including one used in attacks

Internet Explorer hole targeted in attacks on Google and others is one of a group of critical holes fixed in cumulative patch released out-of-cycle by Microsoft.

By January 21, 2010


iPhone OS 3.2 Beta 4 yanks camera software support, developers gain gestures

As the iPhone OS ramps up to accommodate the upcoming iPad release, many are hoping for last-minute surprises, including a camera for every iPad. According to 9to5Mac, however, beta 4 of iPhone OS 3.2 isn't exciting so far.

By March 11, 2010


Apple releases iPhone OS SDK 3.2 beta 4 for iPad

Earlier today, Apple released another update to the iPhone SDK for the iPad, bringing the current version of that SDK to 3.2, beta 4. The update follows the one released several weeks ago.

By March 9, 2010


Three meals a day with one appliance

The Wolfgang Puck Tri-Grill Panini Maker with Storage Drawer offers the versatility needed for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

By February 19, 2010


Three nagging questions about the Nexus One

Though the Nexus One deserves CNET's "Excellent" rating, there are three things with which we're not entirely comfortable.

By January 29, 2010


Google Chrome 4 adds add-ons, HTML5

Google Chrome 4 is here, and it's as swift as ever. But it's also poised to take on Firefox for the title of king of browsers, as it now extends to extensions

By February 1, 2010


Three timers in one

When you've got more than one pan on the stove, you need more than one timer. The Maverick Professional Digital 3-Line Timer and Clock is three timers in one.

By January 4, 2010


CNET tests Flash 10.1 beta 3 on Netbook with Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator (video)

Adobe has finally made Flash 10.1 beta 3 available to download, which the PC makers who offer Netbooks with the Broadcom Crystal HD video accelerator claim would provide for HD streaming Web video support.

By February 24, 2010


Another step toward HD video on Netbooks: Adobe Flash 10.1 beta 3 released

With portable 10-inch screens and prices as low as $299, a Netbook would seem to be a great choice for video-watching on the go. Sadly, your average Netbooks can't handle HD video.

By February 24, 2010


LG LX9900 and LD920 3D TVs: One for the pub, and one for your house

LG has slinked into the 3D market with a gorgeous new active-shutter TV called the LX9900 -- it's also making a passive 3D model for pubs

By March 10, 2010