VMWare: Your Next Smartphone Might Run Two OSes At Once

In an interview with Computerworld, VMWare's head of mobile phone virtualization has indicated that the company wants to move beyond dual-boot systems to allow phones to run a private and work operating system at the same time. They've already demonstrated the potential on a Nokia N800 running Windows CE and Android… » 12/07/09 11:53am 12/07/09 11:53am

Parallels 4 Out Now: 50% Faster Than Parallels 3

Those running Intel Macs are probably at least familiar with Parallels » 11/11/08 10:45am 11/11/08 10:45am, the famed virtualization software allowing you to run Windows alongside OSX. Well now the company has just announced their fourth revision of the software, Parallels 4, that promises to run 50% faster than the .The virtualization engine itself…

VMware Pushing Virtual Machines for Smartphones, Will Support Parallel OSes

VMware, which consumers know mostly for their Fusion » 11/11/08 7:56am 11/11/08 7:56am desktop virtualization software, is moving into the mobile space, albeit surreptitiously. The company has announced VMware MVP, a thin layer of software that will interface between handsets' hardware and operating system, allowing for a standardized development…

VMware Fusion 2.0 for Macs, Virtualization With 100 New Features

To those who'd rather run two OSes at once than dual boot with Boot Camp, VMware has released the 2.0 version of Fusion. It includes over 100 new features, including the option to load Windows programs without a Windows desktop, a Time Machinesque backup utility, and completely mirrored file sharing independent of OS.… » 9/16/08 5:40pm 9/16/08 5:40pm

Dealzmodo: Parallels Desktop 3.0 For $39/$49

You probably already know that both we and Lifehacker enjoy running Windows on our Macs using Parallels. Well, MacHeist has a deal today where you can pick up a copy for just $49, which includes a copy of MacPilot. That price gets even sweeter ($10 sweeter) if you previously bought a MacHeist bundle. Get yours now if… » 6/27/08 12:26pm 6/27/08 12:26pm

Pano Device Virtualizes Windows With Sexy, Tiny Box Shape

In CEO-orgasming news, Pano Logic announced their network-based Pano Device, which, using a main host, virtualizes a copy of Windows XP and Vista without the need for an actual PC. Coming equipped with an Ethernet jack for the network connection, along with three USB ports, a VGA port for the display and audio I/O… » 8/27/07 7:55pm 8/27/07 7:55pm