Oracle and PHP (PHP: Hypertext Processor) tools maker Zend Technologies on Monday will announce plans to enhance open source PHP development on Oracle databases via a free package called Zend Core for Oracle.
Microsoft and Sun Microsystems on Friday said they have agreed to a single sign-on specification to ease cross-platform identity management and promised to broadly improve the interoperability of their rival .Net and Java Web services platforms.
Microsoft has tried for years to get other software vendors to use Office as the front end for their applications, according to some analysts. Now it finally appears to be making some headway.
Up to 300 New Zealand BankDirect customers were presented with a security alert when they visited the bank's website earlier this month - and all but one dismissed the warning and carried on with their banking.
Toshiba and Microsoft have signed a cross-licensing pact covering computer and consumer electronics products technologies, the companies said Friday.
Intel's hyperthreading technology could allow a hacker to steal security keys from a compromised server using a sophisticated timing attack, a researcher said Friday in a paper presented at the BSDCan 2005 conference.
Microsoft is readying a new consumer security product that offers virus and spyware protection, a new firewall and several tune-up tools for Windows PCs, a move that pits the software giant squarely against traditional security software vendors.
Xbox 360, successor to Microsoft's popular Xbox gaming console, got the rock-star treatment in the US overnight at a gaudy (though prerecorded) launch event broadcast on MTV.
Microsoft has added a key wireless LAN security specification to Windows XP, the company announced Thursday.
Epson has developed a new eight-color ink printing method aimed at the high-end PC printing and professional market and will shortly put compatible printers on sale worldwide, it said Wednesday.
MSN has bought MessageCast Inc. in a move that will give MSN Messenger more access to MessageCast's technologies and will help expand MSN alert services to new content channels, Microsoft Corp. announced Wednesday.
Just in time for one of the first serious security flaws to be found in Mozilla's Firefox, two companies, Anonymizer and FraudEliminator, have released new security products for the popular open source Web browser.
MasterCard has shut down 1,400 phishing websites in the last eleven months alone, the company has revealed at its annual Global Risk Management Symposium.
Google continued extending its reach beyond the PC this week by acquiring social networking service Dodgeball.com, according to a note posted Wednesday on Dodgeball.com's Web site. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. A Google spokesman co...
Finding the GNU General Public License (GPL) too restrictive with regard to derived works, a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Mumbai is working on an alternative license that will allow people to take commercial benefit from w...
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