With the acquisition of Palm, HP also will own the patents for the Palm WebOS operating systems. According to news reports, the manufacturer intends to incorporate the WebOS into tablets as well as printers.
Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC for patent infringement in March whereby many see it as a move to get back at Google for the Android devices (indirectly). And just recently, the Taiwanese manufacturer has countersue Apple for infringement of their patents.
It seems like it may be a gloomy day for the Linux community; Mandriva, the company which produces and sells the Mandriva Linux distribution, is reportedly seeking a buyer due to financial problems. Read on to find out more.
It has been a while since the 9.10, now version 10.04 LTS of Ubuntu flavored Linux is now live and available for download !
It is not just the desktop and server markets which Microsoft is interested in pushing out Windows 7 and its underlying technologies to; the embedded space is also fair game, and Microsoft is keen to make its prescence felt in that area with its new Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system. Read on to find
A peek at Chrome OS’s git repository reveals a few juicy details about the kind of hardware Google is poised to support with its upcoming operating system. Read on to find out more.
Lack of communication and unexplained delays over the release of OpenSolaris 2010.3 threatens a split in the OpenSolaris project. Read on for more information.
Google believes that it can provide a proper printing experience with its Google Cloud Print. And it will start by eliminating the need for driver printers. Read on to find out more.
Apple has responded to the security exploits in the recent Pwn2Own hacking competition by releasing a security patch for its OS X operating system. Read on for more information.
If you happen to be a Mac user using the latest Snow Leopard OS, it’s time to fire up Software Updater: Apple has pushed out another point update for its OS X operating system. Read on to find out more.
According to AdMob’s report, Android smartphone operating system has increased its share from 2% to 24%, making it number two to iPhone OS (which gained from 33% to 50%) in February this year.
ATI once again disappoints the Linux community with the lack of support for Xorg 7.5 on its latest Catalyst 10.3 driver. That is, unless you’re on the pre-release versions of Ubuntu Lucid Lynx. Read on for more information.
Even though Microsoft has been doing a very good job keeping quiet about any upcoming service packs for its new Windows 7 operating system, it seems that leaks just keep slipping out of the Redmond giant. But the bigger question is, when will the expected service pack reach beta or mainstream status? Read on to
Ars Technica has found a new tool which allows users to easily download and update the important parts of the Linux distro’s nightly development snapshots for easy and convinient testing. Read on for more information.
So says an analyst from International Data Corp (IDC) regarding Google’s plans to bundle Chrome OS into mini-notebooks. But which hardware will be considered ‘high-priced’ in these machines, and how will it affect Google’s own operating system? Read on to find out more.
The day has finally come. We (VR Zone) have just received an email from Microsoft that it will be ending the support for WinXP SP2, Vista RTM, Win 2000 Pro and Win Server 2000. Well, the operating systems will still be around, just that Microsoft will no longer provide any more security updates for them. Read on for more details.
AT&T has recently announced that customers can now purchase the new Motorola Backflip for US$100 (after US$100 mail-in rebate). This is the first Android-powered smartphone that AT&T released which features a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, reverse flip keyboard and equipped with Motorola’s MotoBlur software that brings updates from your social networking sites to the home screen.
In what must be a clear bid to sway more users over from Windows and Mac OS X into using a desktop Linux operating system, or more specifically, Ubuntu, Canonical has invested in a music store service similar to that of Apple’s iTunes. How will Ubuntu’s new music store work, and what will it mean
That was pretty much what two-time Pwn2Own winner Charlie Miller had to say in an interview with OneITSecurity. What does this mean for computer security, and is there anything that the average user can do to keep himself or herself safe when online? Read on to find out more…
Ever used the F1 key for help in Windows ? Well think again. Affecting only Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 and using Internet Explorer. Read on for more