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Google needs to nip the "Chromium" trademark violation in the bud.
If you need to run Windows-based programs in OS X, you could use Boot Camp or a virtualization option, but you may be able to get by without needing to install Windows at all.
We're in no doubt that Mac OS X is by far the best operating system out there and we love it tremendously; however, we admit that it is fun to at least mess with other OS platforms, if for nothing more than geeky interest. For decades people have loved to
New and Noteworthy: CodeWeavers planning Windows application environment on Intel-based Macs; Macromedia drops FreeHand from sui
New and Noteworthy: Is there a need for CodeWeavers technology on Intel-based Macs?; Office faces competition from NeoOffice; mo
Adobe looks to ups its commitment to rich Internet application development on Linux with AIR on the alpha version of Flex Builder framework for Linux.
The search giant is sponsoring work to help Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, other software run on Linux via the Wine software layer.
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CNET Labs compares the Windows application performance on an Intel Mac of three different virtualization applications.
VMware announces that their virtualization software for Intel Macs, VMware Fusion, starts shipping on August 6.