Microsoft goes public with Blue Hat hacker conference

Microsoft is going public with some of the hacking information discussed at its Blue Hat Security Briefings event. On Thursday, just days after the end of its third Blue Hat conference, the software vendor posted the first blog entries at a new Web s...

CEBIT - Vendors flunk wireless security test

More than half of the wireless networks deployed at the Cebit technology show in Hanover, Germany, last week had no encryption enabled, making the systems behind them prime targets, according to Kaspersky Lab, a security vendor.

Microsoft sues to prevent bootlegging on eBay

In a continued effort to crack down on distributors of illegal software, Microsoft this week filed suit against eight users of eBay's auction site for allegedly selling counterfeit copies of the company's software online.

Cisco zooms in on enterprise video

Fresh on the heels of its acquisition of video infrastructure vendor Scientific-Atlanta, Cisco Systems is making big bets on video for enterprises.

Sun to light up public grid on Monday

Sun Microsystems on Monday is set to light up its long-delayed public computing grid allowing users to book CPU (central processing unit) hours with a credit card through a Web-based portal, company officials said.

OKI demos 160G bps transmission

Oki Electric Industry Co. said on Wednesday that in an experiment, the company pushed 160Gb of data in a second over fiber across a distance of 635 kilometers.

Acid test may prove new browsers are tough sell

Opera Software ASA recently became one of the few browser makers to pass the Acid2 test and while that may earn the company bragging rights in the developer community, it's unlikely to convince more Web users to switch from Microsoft's Internet Explo...

Microsoft begins testing ad network

Microsoft has begun testing a new display ad network across in Office Live, Windows Live Mail, and MSN, the company said Wednesday in a statement.

Researchers: Search engine censorship has impact

Indiana University researchers have created a Web site that highlights differences in query results provided by country-specific search engines, such as the version of Google built to accommodate China's free-speech restrictions.

Adobe fixes critical Flash vulnerabilities

Adobe Systems has patched a number of critical vulnerabilities in its Flash media player that could be used by attackers to take over an affected system. The bugs are severe enough that Microsoft, which distributes the Flash software with its Window...

Report: PlayStation 3 delayed until November

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) will delay the launch of its next-generation PlayStation console until November, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun business newspaper reported in its Wednesday morning edition.

Microsoft patches up Office

Microsoft has issued two security updates for its Windows and Office products, including a patch that fixes a number of critical vulnerabilities found in the Office suite.

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