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Microsoft, in an attempt to jump on any bandwagon it can to stay alive, may be working
on an open-source addition to its browser family. The browser would be
based on the infamous WebKit, which fuels the likes of Apple’s Safari
and Google’s Chrome.
Dear faithful Mac mini fanatics, do not fret. Apple has heard your
concerns regarding the rumors that the mini is on its way out. Jobs and
company are attempting to console your tender hearts. Well, sort of.
With all the different peripherals for the iPhone, one would expect a keyboard to hit the market. Apple has yet to release anything to soothe the hungry iPhone folks, but one individual did manage to beat third party hardware vendors to the punch.