destra slashes shared hosting prices

destra Business has announced half-price introductory prices for its shared Web-hosting services to celebrate doubling its storage capacity for users.

Oracle supports Microsoft with Enterprise Manager

Oracle has released several plug-ins that extend its database and applications management tools to cover a wide range of Microsoft products, including its SQL Server database, Oracle announced Wednesday.

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Nvidia completes acquisition of ULi

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Samsung Electronics is releasing the source code for the driver software for one of its post popular memory types, making it easier for electronics companies to use it in portable gadgets running Linux, it announced Wednesday.

Microsoft hit with fresh complaint over Office

Some of Microsoft's biggest rivals lodged a new complaint with the European Commission Wednesday over its Office applications suite and other, upcoming products, arguing that the company's business practices are shutting out competitors.

Third worm hits Mac OS X

Security researchers have confirmed what may be the worst-yet security flaw for Apple's Mac OS X, following the appearance of two Mac worms in a single week.

Microsoft tests enterprise release of Windows Vista

Microsoft is set to release a feature-complete test version of Windows Vista on Wednesday, an offering the company will encourage enterprises to deploy in preparation for the general availability of the operating systems later this year.

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A U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official warned last week that if software distributors continue to sell products with dangerous rootkit software, as Sony BMG Music Entertainment recently did, legislation or regulation could follow.

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