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Epson Releases Printing Apps for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

Epson launches new iPrint app which enable owners of Apple iPhone, iPod touch and iPads to print wirelessly to Epson printers over WiFi. The Epson iPrint also works with most Epson Wi-Fi enabled printers or Epson Ethernet printers connected to a wireless network via a wireless router.

Potential Antitrust Probe for Apple iPhone OS

Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 and its restrictions towards apps created by third party compilers is now facing a potential antitrust probe by either the US Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission.

Internet Explorer Market Share Below 60%

According to Net Applications, the market share for all versions of Microsoft's IE have dropped below 60%.

Google Acquires 3D Desktop Manager BumpTop

Google has just acquired BumpTop, which produces a 3D desktop interface for Windows and Mac, for an undisclosed sum. With the said acquisition, the software is now no longer available for sale.

Ubuntu 10.04 Released

The latest version of Ubuntu, codenamed Lucid Lynx, has been released, bringing along new features and a visual redesign.

Transition Systems Pilots Web Security Audit As A Service

Transition's Web Site Security Audit (WSSA) is powered by OEM vulnerability detection technology from Beyond Security - a leading developer of automated security testing tools.

Firefox (Fennec) on Android Almost Ready

It's been a long wait, and for those of you eager to test out Fennec (Firefox) for Android, you can check out the pre-release version, bundled with some slight bugs.

Nook Gets Games with 1.3 Update

Barnes & Noble's nook, which is based on Android, gets a new update that improves the speed of turning pages and games.

Discover, Create & Share Microsoft Office Documents With Facebook Friends

Microsoft and Facebook launches "Docs", a cloud platform which allows you to create Microsoft Office documents to share with your Facbook contacts.

Apple Hits Back at Adobe

Apple and Adobe are at it again. This time, Apple strikes back saying that it is in fact Flash that is closed and proprietary.



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