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Apple's been busy pushing Safari to Windows users, but if you decided to give it a try, better think again: newly-discovered vulnerabilities put your system at risk when you surf with Safari.
See why your next PC should be a Mac (we jest), Asus drops legal proceedings against Gigabyte, hook up a Dual Shock controller to your PSP, and more!
A London newspaper is reporting that Islamic extremists are using computer-generated renders of a demolished Washington DC to plan their next attack. Turns out it’s just Fallout 3 concept art. Doh!
Voting to keep XP alive, learning how to run TechNet Sysinternals straight from a command prompt without downloading, and improving HDTV support and game performance for ATI: it's all here!
Major Steam update will permanently store savegames and player profiles online; plans in place to remotely save screenshots and multiplayer game demos. Plus, "Meet the Sniper" is the next TF2 video.
Santa Fe group wants public Wi-Fi banned, download Postal 2 multiplayer for free, supercar to get 220+ MPG, and much more!
Asus launches ROG XG Station for notebooks, the coolest motion tracking software in the world, Canada to get custom Zunes, and so much more!
Microsoft welcomes the unofficial start of summer with a bunch of updates for Windows users (including the first update for XP SP3!). Find out what need fixing - and how to fix it.
Samsung breaks both speed and capacity records in SSD market, Borders breaks off partnership with Amazon.com, holographic video conferencing a reality, and much more!
Discover how to make IE8 act like IE7, discover which platform renders rich internet frameworks faster, find out what Vista's User Account Control is good for, and how GPS technology is helping make smarter-than-laser-guided weapons possible.
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