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Google’s new computer throws out everything but the Web.
Chrome is designed to make online applications faster, more stable, and easier to use.
Microsoft software clones the environment running on a user’s machine.
The technology behind the new Gmail could challenge Apple’s control over third-party applications.
Online music streaming services are altering the way people find, buy, and share songs–when will iTunes join the fun?
MobileMe is facing problems endemic to cloud computing.
Researchers use the Web to steal passwords and other data from Google’s Web-based operating system.
After tepid reviews for the first Google TV products, Google’s hoping a flood of apps will generate excitement for the platform.
New software lets cell-phone users search the Web and hear messages during a call.
Palm’s new smart phone targets Web developers as well as a loyal fan base.