Google issues first post-beta Chrome update



From InfoWorld: Only days after Google dropped the beta tag from its Chrome browser, the company issued an update that fixes more than 30 bugs.

Earlier this week, Google delivered Chrome 1.0.154.39, a developer-only build that has not been sent to all users through the...

YouTube Pushes HD Video, New Landing Pages



From PC World: Google's YouTube has rolled out a high-definition option for video and created new landing pages to make it easier to find popular video categories.

The changes are part of a series of improvements Google is making to YouTube as it tries to stay ahead of...

Apple sued over Apple TV



From CNET News.com: A maker of wireless set-top boxes has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Apple, claiming the company hired away three employees with knowledge of technology that would be included in Apple TV.

In a six-page complaint filed Tuesday with the...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 Previews Hit the Web



From DailyTech: We now know that the GTX 295 will use dual 55nm GTX 200 GPUs and according to Guru 3D, the specs of the beastie are odd. The 295 has the same memory and core frequencies of a pair of GTX 260 GPUs, but the GPUs enjoy the same shader power of a pair of GTX 280...

Oops! Mozilla forgets Firefox 2 patch, must re-issue update



From InfoWorld: A "clerical error" by Mozilla omitted one of the security patches that was supposed to be included in the Windows version of Tuesday's Firefox 2.0 .0.19 release, a company executive said Wednesday.

"We don't believe users are at risk right now," said Mike...

New York Transfers $650M of Incentives to AMD Spinoff



From PC World: New York's Empire State Development Co. and Public Authorities Control Board voted to approve plans to transfer US$650 million [M] worth of incentives to Advanced Micro Devices' manufacturing spinoff, The Foundry Co.

The funds, awarded to AMD in 2006, are...

Adobe squeezes AIR out of beta for Linux users



From CNET News.com: Adobe Systems on Wednesday is taking the Linux version of its Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) product out of beta, and bringing it up to speed with the versions available for Windows and Mac users.

The new version differs from previous beta versions of AIR...

Apple: No Jobs keynote at Macworld '09



From InfoWorld: n a move likely to spark renewed questions about CEO Steve Jobs ' health, Apple late Tuesday said that the keynote speech at next month's Macworld Conference & Expo will be delivered by Philip Schiller, the company's senior product marketing executive.

Apple...

Firefox Issues Eight Patches for Web Browser



From PC World: Mozilla has issued eight patches for its Firefox Web browser, three of which fix problems classified as critical.

The patches come after security experts have recommended using a browser other than Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 and older versions of IE due to...
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