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Microsoft: IE6 needs to go
Microsoft wants you to stop using Internet Explorer 6. The software giant is determined to let the antiquated browser die off. Microsoft has even made a Website counting down the death of IE6

Adobe continues the Flash fight with 10.3 beta
Advanced audio and other features show Adobe’s commitment to Flash even as it embraces HTML. Also: 64-bit Flash due to arrive with Flash 11.

Google kills off Android malware remotely
Google is promising to tighten security on Android. Among the new precautions, Google is remotely uninstalling malicious Android apps. An e-mail is sent to users if malware is removed from their phones.

Governments press ICANN over new domain rules
A rare rift develops over suffixes for top-level domains, with national governments pushing for more authority for themselves and trademark holders

Western Digital wants Hitachi for $4.3 billion
Hard drive maker Western Digital is hoping to buy out Hitachi for $4.3 billion. This may help Western Digital close in on leading hard drive maker Seagate. Western Digital says it expects the deal to close by fall

AMD’s dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 is new king of desktop graphics cards
AMD has finally launched the long-anticipated followup to its Radeon HD 5970, its dual-GPU monster graphics card. Like its predecessor, the new Radeon HD 6990, code-named Antilles, combines two GPUs in a single package, and the result is the fastest graphics card you can buy.

Website helps connect start-ups and investors
Entrepreneurs are always eager to meet with investors. But investors typically take a more cautious approach. AngelList was created to give both parties an easier way to meet up.

 

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