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Apple patches record number of Safari 5 bugs with monster update

Computerworld – Apple yesterday updated Safari to version 5.1.4, patching 83 vulnerabilities and boosting JavaScript performance on OS X Lion. The patch count was a record for Safari 5, which Apple released in June 2010, three months before launching OS X Snow Leopard. Of the 83 vulnerabilities, Apple tacitly classified 72 as critical. Although Apple […]

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Work begins on Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II Enhanced Editions

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Create Your Own Music With Zya: My Favorite Product From SXSW [Video]

Cheezburger’s Ben Huh: Content Will Be Short, Interactive And LOLworthy [SXSW] Tomio Geron Forbes Staff Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley At SXSW: Location Is The Future [Video] Tomio Geron Forbes Staff Rdio Gets Social With Redesign At SXSW [Video] Tomio Geron Forbes Staff My favorite product that I saw at the South By Southwest conference was a […]

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LibreOffice Gets a Fresh Update

Just a month after the release of LibreOffice 3.5, the Document Foundation on Thursday announced an update to the software that’s designed to increase the stability and security of the free office productivity suite. Targeting individual and business users alike, “LibreOffice 3.5.1 fixes the majority of the most-important bugs identified by users and is expected […]

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PC World’s midnight opening a ‘low key event’ which ‘shifted the new iPad quickly’

We have a video interview below with Ben Reys who left his position in the queue outside the Apple Store to purchase an iPad from PC World at 12.01am Friday morning. PC World didn’t advertise the early opening because there is ‘always an awareness’ of such events through word of mouth, Twitter, Facebook and other […]

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Defiant LightSquared says FCC action would violate its rights

The FCC’s proposal to kill LightSquared’s planned LTE network would violate the fledgling carrier’s property rights by taking away its spectrum and destroying its multibillion-dollar investment in mobile broadband, LightSquared will argue on Friday in a formal comment to the agency. Shutting down its project would also violate the public interest by eliminating a potential […]

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iPad upgrade debuts in Chattanooga

More than two dozen Chattanooga customers lined up before Best Buy opened Friday to purchase the latest iPad from Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple. Employees handed out tickets to customers such as Bobby Elkins, who was newly prepared to take the plunge into the young world of tablet computing. “I started checking into it and decided it […]

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First Person In The UK To Buy The New iPad In Store Is A Startup Guy

A startup entrepreneur has become the first person in the UK to buy the new iPad in store, two of them in fact. Chris Leydon, GoSquared (realtime web site analytics, which competes with Chartbeat), stood in line outside PC World on Tottenham Court Road which opened at midnight. A mere 5 minutes walk away in […]

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Antec Eleven Hundred Gaming Case

Antec Eleven Hundred Gaming Case Review We take a long [H]ard look at Antec’s new Eleven Hundred model chassis that is billed by Antec as being “The Advanced Gaming Authority.” This relatively inexpensive DIY chassis is chock full of features and represents a flagship in the Antec line. Our new testing format takes its maiden […]

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A 14-Button Motion-Sensing Steering Wheel Only a PC Gamer Could Love (Or Use)

For any PC racing enthusiast that’s ever craved a high-end steering wheel setup but lacked the money / motivation / room to set one up, SteelSeries’ Simraceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel is the answer to all of your problems, and the cause of a couple new ones. Traditional PC steering wheel setups require, at the very […]

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