Second-tier phones and tablets from Gigabyte and Kobo will have the mobile browser built in, a move that could help Mozilla's ambition of having more mobile influence.
Too afraid to root your device, but want to get rid of some of those preinstalled apps on your Galaxy Nexus? You're in luck; you can disable preinstalled apps on your Galaxy Nexus. Read on to find out how.
Carrier Cellular South is the first to offer customers out-of-box access to the Android Market and Amazon.com's new app store.
Owners of the new MacBook Air will have to install Adobe Flash themselves. Apple says eventually all new Macs will follow suit.
Google Chrome will be shipping with Sony Vaio PCs, which may pave the way for Mozilla getting its own Firefox preinstall.
With services like YouTube and Joost dominating our time on the Internet, there is no wonder the latter may be trying to make its way from your desktop to your living room.
Buyers of XPS systems, Dimension desktops and Inspiron notebooks will be able to opt out of most preinstalled software.
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