Apollo today announced several new features for “Apollo,” an application runtime that aims to provide a software bridge between operating systems, and introduced the brand name for the technology: AIR.
Reminding everyone that it's still in the browser game, Netscape has released a beta version of Netscape Navigator 9.0.
In an unexpected promotion, DivX today is offering free downloads and serial keys to customers who want DivX Pro, a video codec that normally costs around $20.
Apple has updated its Boot Camp software to a beta test of version 1.3, adding new MacBook Pro support, updating graphics drivers, and more to the Mac-powered Windows application.
The latest pre-release version of Firefox 3.0 has hit the Internet, adding among other things the addition of bookmarks to the much touted "Places" feature.
BBC is the first company to test a commercial use of Microsoft’s Photosynth 3D image browser: Photosynth connects images in a three-dimensional way to enable interactive sightseeing on the PC screen. Extra: Slideshow
Microsoft will launch the latest installment in its video conferencing software this month, adding support for virtual 360 degree conference rooms.
Still clinging to life in the search engine arena, Ask.com today unveiled a new slate of visual and functional updates to its search platform.
The Free Software Foundation has released the final draft of the GNU General Public License 3.0, setting a timetable for the completed version by the end of June.
Google has unveiled its first major software product that consumers can use without the need for a permanent Internet connection.
Mozilla released its third update to Firefox 2.0 this week.
The Big Apple is getting the 3D treatment in Microsoft’s updated Live Search Map service. Extra: Image Gallery
When I was briefed on Surface (previously code-named Milan) a few days ago, I was incredibly impressed. Having gotten used to disappointments like Origami, Zune, and even the Media Center PC where Microsoft didn’t actually finish the offering, this product was a breath of fresh air, largely because it was complete.
Video editing software company Nero announced today that Nero Linux 3 is available worldwide, claiming it is the first Linux application to support Blu-ray and HD DVD burning.
Valve Software announced today that over 13 million users are now actively using its Steam digital distribution service.
Microsoft is now offering a 30-day evaluation version of Vista for virtual machines.
Effective immediately, Adobe has shut down its vector drawing app FreeHand, encouraging users to move to its other akin software program Illustrator.