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Microsoft releases completed Internet Explorer 8
— 12:31 PM on March 19, 2009

After over a year of beta testing, Internet Explorer 8 has finally gone gold. The complete, production-ready release of the new browser is available...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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Samsung ships 16GB DDR3 memory modules
— 6:00 AM on March 19, 2009

Cramming 6GB of memory into a shiny new Core i7 rig is great, but Samsung must think that's a little passé: the company says it's...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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NYT: IBM is in talks to acquire Sun
— 1:12 PM on March 18, 2009

Things are shaking up in the server world. Two days after the launch of Cisco's first servers, the New York Times reports that IBM...

Type: News story Tags: Systems Software

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What's in a browser?
— 4:10 PM on March 16, 2009

With word that the final version of Internet Explorer 8 may be coming in the next few days, enthusiasts are once again...

Type: Blog post Tags: Internet Software

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Fanboys have their limits... and a quick podcast update
— 4:32 PM on March 13, 2009

Tuesday morning began much like any other day of the week for me. After checking my e-mail and Twitter, I hit the "home" button...

Type: Blog post Tags: Podcast

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New Stream SDK adds better CrossFire, Visual Studio 2008 support
— 12:51 PM on March 13, 2009

OpenCL may turn out to be the next best thing, but for now, AMD is still working hard on bettering its existing ATI Stream SDK—the...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Software

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IE8 may launch on March 19, outrun other browsers
— 1:25 PM on March 12, 2009

The completed version of Microsoft's next major web browser could come out on March 19, according to Neowin. The site points to a report...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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Hynix agrees to pay Rambus royalties on RAM sales
— 11:20 AM on March 10, 2009

Rambus hasn't been making many headlines lately, but that doesn't mean its crusade against the memory industry is over—quite the contrary. The litigious memory technology...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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Wolfram preps natural-language ''computational knowledge engine''
— 5:18 PM on March 9, 2009

Many have tried and failed to outdo Google in the web search market. With the Wolfram|Alpha "computational knowledge engine," Wolfram Research won't be going head-to-head...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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The TR Podcast 37: Frothing at the MacHole, not-so-new GPUs, and a trip down memory lane
— 11:14 PM on March 7, 2009

This week, our largest panel ever hits all the stops including the war against sucky TV, Macs vs. PCs, Nvidia's branding controversy, and more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Windows 7 may let users uninstall Internet Explorer
— 9:36 AM on March 5, 2009

Don't like Internet Explorer? Well, it looks like Windows 7 will actually let you remove it—and not just close off access to it like in...

Type: News story Tags: Software Windows

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Technical difficulties—no podcast today
— 1:59 PM on February 28, 2009

Due to a technical malfunction, we have decided to cancel this week's edition of the TR Podcast (which would be episode 37). Several factors contributed...

Type: Blog post Tags: Podcast

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Safari 4 brings Chrome-like native interface, Cover Flow
— 10:05 AM on February 24, 2009

If you install the latest version of Apple's Safari for Windows, you might think you've downloaded a new Google Chrome beta by mistake. Apple has...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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The TR Podcast 36: AMD's gimpy goodness, Microsoft retail, and the Athlon Neo
— 7:00 PM on February 22, 2009

Our podcast covers a lot of ground this week, from netbooks and processors (including AMD's six-core Istanbul CPUs) to lawsuits and future Microsoft retail stores....

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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The TR Podcast 35: Breaking the glass, surfing the music, and suing Apple
— 5:23 PM on February 14, 2009

Join us this week as we discuss Intel's Westmere CPUs, PhysX in Mirror's Edge, Western Digital's new 2TB hard drive, the possibility of a...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Memory prices are on their way down again
— 10:31 AM on February 13, 2009

Memory makers just can't seem to catch a break. As DigiTimes reports, spot prices for 1Gb DDR2 memory chips recently climbed thanks to both Qimonda's...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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Firefox 3.2 to integrate natural-language commands
— 11:46 AM on February 10, 2009

Remember Ubiquity, that experimental Firefox extension that lets users input natural-language commands like "map this" and "share-on-facebook?" In an interview with Firefox architect Mike...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software

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iSuppli: Memory market slumped big-time last quarter
— 6:00 AM on February 10, 2009

Memory makers have been stuck in a rut for some time, and the economic downturn certainly didn't help them last quarter. iSuppli reports that global...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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