A new company, Cloudsmith, has created a Web-based service meant to let developers access and exchange "virtual distros," or custom configurations, of open-source software.
A company that was just awarded more than US$140 million from Microsoft in a patent-infringement suit has sued the software giant again, this time for alleged infringements in Windows Vista and Office 2007.
In the face of ethical concerns, Google is considering changes to its Street View Google Maps feature that would protect the privacy of those it photographs.
Comcast continues to slow down customers' connections to some P-to-P (peer-to-peer) applications, using hacker-like techniques against its own subscribers, according to a report released by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
Prime Minister-elect Kevin Rudd today announced that Stephen Conroy will retain the communications portfolio.
A Texas family has dropped its lawsuit against the nonprofit Creative Commons copyright licensing organization, after an apparent misunderstanding over commercial use of a photo of a teenage member of the family.
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Microsoft quietly introduced on Wednesday an upgrade to Office Mobile that lets mobile users work with documents created in Office 2007.
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Hackers now have sample attack code for the newest QuickTime vulnerability that can hijack Macs, including machines running the latest flavor of Mac OS X, Leopard, security researchers warned today.
Mozilla will probably release a Firefox update Friday to patch a bug in the just-released 22.214.171.124 version, according to the company's bug database.
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