Google Chrome Beta version for Mac available for download

Google on Tuesday announced a Chrome browser beta version for Apple Mac and Linux. Chrome for Mac has been delayed for some time now, as it was first supposed to be released in the first half of 2009 but faced several delays. See full article.

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Paper batteries no longer an idea of the future

Scientists have found a whole new use for copier paper. According to Stanford University researchers, when ordinary office paper coated is coated with an inky layer of carbon nanotubes or nanowires, it will become lightweight, flexible and highly conductive battery or superconductor. See full article.

Hulu-like service for magazines coming soon

News Corp, Time Warner Inc's Time Inc and three other publishers detailed their long-expected plans to develop open standards for a new digital storefront and technology to help prepare their print titles for devices ranging from e-books to tablet computers. See full article.

TI sees Q4 earnings at high end but shares fall

Texas Instruments Inc said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter earnings and revenue would be at the high end of its target range, but its shares fell almost 2 percent as some investors had higher expectations. See full article.

Samsung looks for software boost in smartphones

Samsung Electronics hopes to boost its position in smartphones by opening up its software, but analysts doubt it can challenge Apple as the platforms favored by application developers. See full article.