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The "Gutsy Gibbon" version of Linux, a.k.a. 7.10, has all the applications most Windows users will need, but its spotty support for wireless adapters limits your networking options.
Apple developing a search engine sounds counterintuitive, doesn't it? Well what if the company actually did?
Possibly the best iPhone Web app yet: vtap trumps built-in iPhone YouTube app
Should Apple release an HDTV with iTunes functionality built-in? Don Reisinger thinks so.
The App Store is now open to a number of Safari-based Web-browsing applications, previously deemed by Apple to be "duplicating functionality."
The new program will allow partners to resell Google Apps together with bundled services, opening up the SaaS platform for new markets.
Latest software updates to iWork and iLife now integrate with various Web services including favorites like Facebook and Flickr.
JumpBox is now offering an easy deployment of open-source applications. By deploying virtualized instances of apps on Amazon's cloud service, quandaries may be obviated.
Round-up of three large screen all-in-one desktop reviews
Dennis Hescox has been around the games industry for years. Now, as the economy founders, he is trying to turn to iPhone games as a way to make a living. The challenges are huge.