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Some big Dell customers are just beginning to migrate to Windows 7 -- an operating system that came out in 2009. Originally posted at News - Microsoft
The chipmaker is traveling the globe to show consumers some of the newest PCs and tablets.
Google is happy enough with WebP to spread it across the company, including the Google+ app on Android. Also: new features coming to WebP. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
Mozilla might be fine with mixed company, but it's not fond of mixed content. A new tool to block unsecured content on secure sites makes its debut in the latest update to Firefox Aurora.
The graphics chip tech in Apple's iPad and iPhone is due for a major update. Imagination Technologies describes what may be in store. Originally posted at News - Apple
The company's market share stood at 6 percent in the fourth quarter, but jumped to 13.5 percent in Canada in the first quarter. Originally posted at News - Mobile
The programming language for Web sites and Web apps is less complex and therefore easier to develop, Chrome programmers argue at Google I/O. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
At its I/O conference, two of Google's top-level security experts say the company is intensely focused on the issue, but passwords remain a thorny problem. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
Microsoft's proposal to build its unified mouse-pen-multitouch interface technology into Chrome gets a warm reception at Google I/O. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
Paul Otellini, who retired as the chip giant's CEO on Thursday, tells The Atlantic that he didn't do what it takes for Intel to be in Apple's initial smartphone. Originally posted at News - Mobile