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The Minimo Project, the group developing a shrunk-down version of the Mozilla open source browser for handheld devices, released a new version of Minimo on Saturday. The announcement is the latest indication that mobile phones will increasingly be us...
Google has argued that turning over more than a million of its search records to the U.S. government would undermine users' trust in its service and compromise its trade secrets.
A group of companies and three universities in the U.K. will conduct a research project that delivers and studies cutting-edge mobile applications, the University of Bath said on Monday.
Microsoft on Thursday unveiled its Office 2007 package that includes a collection of new applications, servers, bundles and licensing options targeted at providing users with collaboration, content management and business intelligence.
An unfixed bug in the USB (Universal Serial Bus) driver of Windows XP Service Pack 2 OS causes a notebook's battery to drain faster than usual when there is a device connected to its USB port, Microsoft confirmed Friday.
An Indiana University scientist is behind a new company exploiting cookie technology to protect Web users from identity theft and other online threats.
Riding a wave of increased demand for digital video and gaming, graphics chip maker, Nvidia, has announced record results for its full fiscal year ended January 29.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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