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Google Chrome overtakes Firefox in UK browser market

Google edges out Mozilla for second-place spot behind Microsoft in U.K. browser market.
Computing

Iomega launches sleek, stylish hard drive specifically for the Mac

Tired of external hard drives that stick out like a sore thumb in your minimal iMac setup? Iomega has a swank new addition to their hard drive lineup that Mac users may just love.
Computing

Windows XP’s share below 50% for first time in recorded history

Microsoft's old warhorse is finally showing signs of a quickening decline.
Computing

Data centers are using far less energy than the EPA expected

A study from Stanford University shows that facilities are using less electricity than expected, though are still using a significant amount.
Computing

Adobe Edge brings Flash-like tools to HTML5

Adobe is aiming to capture the hearts and minds of Web creators with Edge, bringing Flash-like authoring tools to HTML5.
Apple

Apple’s Safari beats Chrome’s growth in July

New figures from Net Applications show Apple's Safari browser grew its market share in July faster than any other browser - including Chrome.
Computing

Microsoft to pay Alcatel $70 mln for infringement

A jury has ruled Microsoft must pay Alcatel some $70 million for infringing on data entry patents - Microsoft, of course, is mulling its options.
Computing

Alleged LulzSec hacker ‘Topiary’ named, charged with cybercrimes

The 18-year-old police say acted as spokesman for hacktivist group LulzSec has been charged with a variety of crimes related to the group's cyberattacks.
Computing

Computer conducts couple’s wedding ceremony

A Texas couple programmed their computer to be their wedding's virtual minister.
Android Army

Toshiba Thrive vs. Acer Iconia Tab: Battle of the PC imposters

We compare the Toshiba Thrive to the Acer Iconia Tab A500, two 10.1-inch Android tablets that dare to be different, if only a little. Both of these tablets have full-size USB ports and a PC feel.
Computing

Bill Gates sells five million Microsoft shares; lots left

Bill Gates has sold five million of his shares in Microsoft to help fund work carried out by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Computing

Facebook launches paid program to find glitches

Facebook will now pay researchers to find and report security holes.