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I spy with my little eye...an iPad 2? Elsewhere, a surprising move in the Google H.264 chess game, and two Apple Stores find a loophole for the Sabbath.
Big speed increase eclipses modest design innovations in Opera Software's latest Web browser.
Well, thank heavens we can stop speculating about the Verizon iPhone now. I feel lighter already. Let's see how AT&T is doi--oh. Does anybody have a tissue? Elsewhere, Google Chrome creates a paradox and Hershey lands in hot…cocoa?
Google has begun distributing test units of its first Chrome OS netbook, the CR-48, and contributor Joel Mathis got his hands on one.
Opera 11 and its many new features finally see the light of day with a final release from the Norwegian software maker.
Google is continuing its push for business customers by adding IT-friendly features to its Web browser, Chrome.
A simple trick lets your Mac open your favorite Websites or useful work resources every time you log in or when your Mac first starts up.
Mozilla Thursday issued patches for 13 bugs, 11 of which were rated 'critical.'
Opera targets low-end phones in emerging markets; while building new revenue streams
Google on Thursday patched 13 vulnerabilities in Chrome as it shifted the most stable edition of the browser to version 8.
Switch, a new Web-browsing app for the iPad, lets users share their device with friends and family while keeping their surfing history and bookmarks secret.
Apple on Thursday released Safari 5.0.3 and 4.1.3, bring bug fixes, interface tweaks, and a whole host of security patches to its Web browser.
Adobe on Tuesday updated its security advisory and released patches for Reader and Acrobat.
This week, the Macalope takes on Adobe employees' hurt feelings, Android's "winning" formula, and--much as he would rather not--Glassgate.