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HP mulling WebOS licensing

The inevitable looks like it's about to happen, HP has started talks with various potential partners to see if anyone's interested in licensing its WebOS for handheld devices. Apparently a number of companies are interested, although this generally doesn't mean anything until a license agreement has been signed. (more…)

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Google to integrate internet telephony features into Chrome?

With Skype's internet telephony solution being the most popular one available to consumers by far, it would make perfect sense that Microsoft would have attempted to acquire the company and its interlectual property in order to integrate its functionality into is software offerings. However, it seems that Google is also

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Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac Review

Always fancied the idea of running your Windows programs on your Mac without rebooting? With virtualization technology, you can. There are a few products on the market that fit the bill, but which one to go with? Today, we are going to take a look at Parallels Desktop 6 for

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Microsoft quietly releases Safety Scanner for Windows

Microsoft may have won the praise of its users when it launched its lightweight antivirus security tool known as Security Essentials some time back, but it appears that the Redmond giant has got another security-related tool up its sleeves for the consumers. However, unlike Security Essentials, Microsoft's new security software

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Oracle axes all commercial offerings of OpenOffice

Most people may not know it, but Oracle actually sells a commercial version of the OpenOffice office productivity suite that featured several proprietary components layered over the free software suite in order to deliver a more complete 'out-of-the-box' computing experience for various users such as businesses and enterprises. However, that

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