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Apple tablet confirmed running iPhone OS

Apple tablet confirmed running iPhone OS

Text book publisher confirms deal over tablet.
Iain Thomson Jan 27 2010, 12:11PM Hardware
Tatts Groups bets on open source servers

Tatts Groups bets on open source servers

Some 12,000 devices to be rolled out by gaming company.
Lilia Guan Dec 9 2009, 4:46PM Software
Google Chrome OS 60-times smaller than Windows

Google Chrome OS 60-times smaller than Windows

Encrypts all user data too.
Munir Kotadia Nov 20 2009, 4:33PM Software
Apple unveils massive patch update

Apple unveils massive patch update

32 patches for critical flaws released.
Cath Everett Nov 11 2009, 8:21AM Software
Plans for Windows 8 allegedly leaked online

Plans for Windows 8 allegedly leaked online

Microsoft staffer forgets social networking is public.
Iain Thomson Oct 9 2009, 3:10PM Software
IBM under investigation over anti-trust allegations

IBM under investigation over anti-trust allegations

Abused mainframe dominance?
V3.co.uk staff Oct 9 2009, 7:55AM Software
Analysts see fast start for Snow Leopard

Analysts see fast start for Snow Leopard

New OS X release tops sales forecasts.
Shaun Nichols Sep 18 2009, 12:53PM Software
Internode appoints its first chief operating officer

Internode appoints its first chief operating officer

Customer service manager leaps into mahogany row.
Staff Writers Sep 9 2009, 4:18PM Training & Development
Apple fixes Leopard Java flaws

Apple fixes Leopard Java flaws

Company forced to patch new vulnerabilities in Mac OS X 10.5.
V3.co.uk staff Sep 5 2009, 8:23AM Software
Microsoft rolls out channel initiatives

Microsoft rolls out channel initiatives

Gold partners unconcerned by customer surveys.
Lilia Guan Sep 2 2009, 3:54PM Software
Free Linux gets green light

Free Linux gets green light

Viable solution for non-critical business needs.
Staff Writers Aug 27 2009, 3:27PM Software
Everything Linux store to open in Sydney

Everything Linux store to open in Sydney

Australian Linux consultants have picked up the remnants of an open source shop-front, after the death of its owner.

Lilia Guan Jul 29 2009, 2:41PM Software
Nokia denies Android smartphone rumours

Nokia denies Android smartphone rumours

Mobile phone giant insists it will stick with Symbian.
Phil Muncaster Jul 7 2009, 9:26AM News
First look at Windows 7 security

First look at Windows 7 security

USB drive encryption to become standard on business PCs.
Nate Cochrane Jun 24 2009, 12:24PM Security
Best Buy memo gives hints on Windows 7 pricing

Best Buy memo gives hints on Windows 7 pricing

A leaked memo from electronics retailer Best Buy has given some indications of the pricing for the forthcoming Windows 7 operating system.
Iain Thomson Jun 9 2009, 10:10AM Software
Adobe tempts web designers with BrowserLab

Adobe tempts web designers with BrowserLab

Adobe Systems has released a free preview version of BrowserLab, a hosted service for web designers.
David Neal Jun 4 2009, 9:24AM Software
Microsoft confirms Windows 7 launch date

Microsoft confirms Windows 7 launch date

Big day set for October 22nd.
Iain Thomson Jun 3 2009, 2:33PM News
Apple issues raft of fixes in Mac OS X 10.5.7 update

Apple issues raft of fixes in Mac OS X 10.5.7 update

Apple has released the latest version of its Leopard operating system, offering improved performance and fixing a number of bugs and security issues.
David Neal May 14 2009, 1:05PM Software
Users not patching third party apps

Users not patching third party apps

Research by vulnerability specialists Secunia suggests that third party applications are increasingly being used by malware writers in preference to using operating system attacks.
Iain Thomson Apr 22 2009, 9:12AM Security
Windows 7 should be out for Christmas

Windows 7 should be out for Christmas

Microsoft has given its strongest hint yet that Windows 7 will be in the shops by Christmas.

Iain Thomson Feb 13 2009, 2:27PM Software

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