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Thursday November 06, 2008

Microsoft considers adopting WebKit for Internet Explorer

Thursday November 06, 2008

Addressing a developer conference in Sydney Australia, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said the idea of using WebKit as the rendering engine within its web browser was "interesting" and added "we may look at that."

iPhone tops business rankings, steals Nokia market share

Thursday November 06, 2008

Often labeled the outsider in the corporate world, Apple's iPhone has already reached the top of J.D. Power's satisfaction ranks for business smartphones -- and is simultaneously the second-largest smartphone maker in the world.

AT&T says official iPhone 3G tethering plan coming "soon"

Thursday November 06, 2008

AT&T Mobility chief executive Ralph De La Vega has disclosed that a carrier-sanctioned method of using the iPhone as a 3G modem for notebooks will be announced "soon."

New MacBook Pros, recent iMacs grappling with flaky wireless

Thursday November 06, 2008

An erratic yet ongoing problem has seen recent iMacs, and now Apple's late 2008 MacBook Pros, affected by frequent Wi-Fi dropouts with no clear solution.

Upgrade kits boost MacBook, MacBook Pro memory to 6GB

Thursday November 06, 2008

An Apple solutions provider on Thursday announced a family of memory upgrades for existing and previous generation MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks that raise the maximum RAM limitation from 4GB to 6GB.

Apple University may serve as internal MBA program

Thursday November 06, 2008

Apple University may serve as the company's internal MBA program as part of a training and development division, mirroring aspects of a similar program that developed at Pixar.

iPhone 2.2 screenshots reveal direct podcast download interface

Thursday November 06, 2008

A series of screenshots from Apple's latest iPhone 2.2 beta have leaked on the web, revealing a new interface for downloading podcasts over wireless networks and a more polished version of the handset's App Store application.

Apple files for digital theater, smart Apple Remote patents

Thursday November 06, 2008

Two new patent filings published this week reveal Apple to be working on digital theater software for handheld devices that would give users the impression that they are attending a sporting or entertainment event, and a new version of the Apple Remote that wouldn't be plagued by interference from stray light sources.