More than half of Fortune 100 companies use Lotus Notes

Elcomsoft releases GPU accelerated Wi-Fi password cracker, 48x faster

Windows 7 beta key troubles being reported

Microsoft renews commitment to Macs, upgrades Entourage

Intel and Adobe team up for TVs with Flash

Google Reader API coming soon

Support for IE8 prereleases extended again, final in April?

DigiTimes: Vista has hurt the DRAM industry

Mozilla's mobile browser gets closer to prime time

First look at Windows 7 beta 1

Macworld Expo comes to the iPhone and iPod touch

There is a new iPhone and iPod touch application that enables users to get an overview of companies and products exhibited at Macworld in January. The software organizes Macworld exhibitor information by name, hall and aisle number and allows users to browse exhibited products by name, category and exhibitor. The application pulls data from a server and stores it on the device, meaning that there is no permanent connection to the Internet via Wi-Fi or cellular network required, although online connectivity is recommended in order to get the latest show updates.

Palm CEO confirms 'Nova' OS is in the wild

Opera releases version 9.63, security and stability fixes

Mac OS X 10.5.6 crashing users' systems

Twitter and Google Friend Connect now a team

Red Hat announces Fedora 10

Gmail now has themes

Opera Browser For Wii

Ubuntu Linux support coming to ARM processors

Sun releases Solaris 10 10/08 with Intel optimizations