Even after last week's unveiling of privacy upgrades, a security lapse on the Facebook social network exposed restricted photos to anyone using the site, according to an Associated Press report Tuesday.
When Mozilla CEO John Lilly lit into Apple for using its software update utility to push Safari 3.1 to Windows users, he knew he was going to get a rise out of Apple fans.
Microsoft's security team Tuesday acknowledged that it knew of bugs in its Jet Database Engine as far bask as 2005 but did not patch the problems because it thought it had blocked the obvious attack vector.
MySpace and Google Tuesday launched a new foundation to foster support for the OpenSocial specifications for building social applications that work across the Web.
Intel has built two new quad-core processors that run faster than previous quad-core chips without using any additional power, the company announced Tuesday.
Suspicious port scanning that's been tracked back to D-Link routers may mean a worm or bot is on the loose and infiltrating the popular brand's devices using a three-year-old vulnerability, security researchers at Symantec said Tuesday.
Telstra will reimburse 1000 call centre staff who were denied pay incentives because of a glitch in the telcos' performance monitoring system.
Companies that provide services for improving Web sites' search-engine rankings and running effective search-engine ad campaigns have a new competitor: Google.
Microsoft hopes to beef up its security capabilities with the acquisition of Komoku, a developer of rootkit detection products, announced on Thursday.
Microsoft will release Windows XP Service Pack 3 during the second half of April, according to a report from a Web site that has correctly predicted recent Windows ship dates.
The guitar manufacturer says guitar controllers infringe on a 1999 technology patent that protects the right to "simulate a musical performance".
Harmonix gives Rock Band a major software update, plus an in-game Music Store.
Confused and angry users are blasting Microsoft on its own Vista blog over the requirements for downloading Service Pack 1 (SP1). And an industry analyst feels their pain.
Google's CEO Eric Schmidt has joked that the rate of video being uploaded to YouTube is "disturbing".
After causing controversy for charging US$49.99 to remove trial software from hard disks of new laptops, Sony has backtracked from imposing the fee on customers.
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