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Firefox Loses Browser Share, Safari Gains

According Aliso Viejo, California-based Net Applications' January 2007 report, Mozilla Firefox has lost browser market share (from 14% to 13.7%) while Apple's Safari has grown in browser usage (from 4.2% to 4.7%). For Firefox, this... More...

Linux Gains Traction in Software Market

No one expects Linux to make a big dent in Microsoft's dominance in desktop operating systems, but current trends suggest that Linux will enjoy "a gentle adoption curve," said Patrick Kerpan, a founder of the... More...

Google Checkout Gains Rapid Adoption

Early this month Google launched Google Checkout - online payment system. This system is focused on providing security to users and vendors. Surprisingly Google announced that its Checkout system would not attempt to compete with... More...

Firefox Gains Universal Support

It was noted by several users at Mac Rumors that the popular free browser Firefox gained native support for both PPC and Intel Macs Friday with the 1.5.0.2 release. Here is a quote from... More...

Antipiracy bill gains new ally

For those of you not familiar the Induce Act is a new law that's being proposed on capital hill. This law would make consumer electronic manufactures responsible for copyright piracy. Such devices as... More...

Yahoo Search Gains on Google

Google may be getting most of the attention among search engines, especially with its upcoming initial public offering, but new Forrester Research data on search habits shows Yahoo is still getting a big piece of... More...

Centrino Gains 802.11g Support

Intel announced its first 802.11g wireless chip for notebooks bearing the Centrino banner, the company says in a release on Thursday. The Intel Pro/Wireless 2200BG chip allows users to connect to either 802.11b or 802.11g... More...

AMD Opteron Gains Support from Memory Makers

One of the world's most known memory experts – Transcend – released its new registered PC3200 memory modules for server applications in general and AMD Opteron-powered solutions in particular. Transcend's new 1GB PC3200 memory modules... More...

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