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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to ship with Honeycomb 3.1

Slated to reach consumers on June 8, Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet will sport the latest version of Honeycomb, Android 3.1.

By May 26, 2011


Aperture 3.1 not installing properly on Macs running OS X 10.5.8

Apple's professional image editing software, Aperture, has recently been updated to version 3.1 though some users running Mac OS X 10.5.8 may not be able to install the update.

By November 22, 2010


Initial issues surrounding Apple's Aperture 3.1 update

Apple has released an update to its professional image-editing software Aperture, now version 3.1, as well as a handful of helpful troubleshooting knowledge base articles and information documents.

By October 21, 2010


VMware rolls out Fusion 3.1 update for OS X

For those who virtualize Windows and other operating systems on OS X, VMware has updated its Fusion VM solution to version 3.1. This update is advertised as being 35 percent faster than version 3.0, and offers up to 5x faster 3D performance for games and features such as Windows 7's Aero environment.

By May 25, 2010


Facebook iPhone app gets address sync, push

Version 3.1 the social network's iPhone app brings welcome additions like push notifications and address book sync.

By January 6, 2010


Olympus brings wireless flash control to SP-560UZ with firmware update

Olympus just released version 3.1 of the SP-560UZ's firmware, giving the camera wireless flash control.

By December 6, 2007


NEC updates laptops for outdoor viewing

NEC introduced an improved version of its laptop for the outdoorsman on Monday. NEC updated its new Versa DayLite E120 with an 800MHz low voltage Pentium III-M processor from Intel. The new E120, however, keeps the same reflective 10.4-inch display as its predecessor. The display is designed to be viewable outdoors, unlike most notebook displays that nearly wash out in direct sunlight. The DayLite can also be used indoors or at night by increasing the screen's brightness using a switch mounted on the chassis. The DayLite machine weighs 3.1 pounds and includes 256MB of memory and a 20GB hard drive. Its standard battery is good for four hours of use, NEC said. The machine starts at $2,199.

By June 10, 2002


Cisco beefs up security software

Cisco Systems has expanded its security for business-class networks with new intrusion-detection software. The networking company introduced three new products Monday that build on Cisco's current IDS (intrusion detection solutions) line of products used to protect virtual private networks. The Cisco IDS 4250, designed to protect high-bandwidth environments, is available now starting at $25,000. The Cisco IDS 4235, aimed at midsize businesses, retails for $12,500, while the Cisco IDS Device Manager and Event Viewer, which allows for remote management and improved analysis and data mining, is available free of charge for users of Cisco's IDS Software version 3.1.

May 6, 2002


VMware wins customer, updates software

VMware will announce Monday that Tohoku Electric Power Corporation in Japan has bought more than 1,400 copies of the company's software. VMware's software lets an Intel computer run several versions of Windows and Linux simultaneously. Tohoku Electric used the software to let a custom program written for Windows 95 run on Windows 2000 computers, enabling the company to upgrade its PCs without scrapping or rewriting the custom program. And this week, VMware said it had released version 3.1 of its $329 software for workstations, adding support for the beta version of the upcoming edition of Windows for servers as well as support for several other operating systems.

By April 10, 2002


Short Take: Symantec releases Visual Caf? upgrade

Symantec has released the latest upgrade of its popular Java development software. Visual Caf? Enterprise Suite 3.1 comes with new features designed specifically for the Web and e-commerce applications, according to a statement from the company. The 3.1 version supports the latest technologies and standards, including Java 2, among other additions.

November 2, 1999