Microsoft will face more than 40 vulnerabilities in Windows Vista next year, as the operating system climbs past the 10% market-share milestone and malware authors really start to find flaws, a McAfee analyst said.
US ABC News and Facebook announced a new initiative today aimed at injecting a Web 2.0 twist to the 2008 race for the White House.
A Microsoft product manager couldn't correctly explain the "Vista Capable" marketing slogan, according to recent filings in a lawsuit that claims the company misled consumers with a prerelease Vista campaign last year.
Commercial property owner Investa Property Group has signed a two-year deal with NetStar Australia to manage the company's national data network.
Scientists are more concerned than the average American about potential health and environmental problems associated with nanotechnology, according to a new survey.
Mozilla has released an update to its Firefox browser, fixing a widely publicized flaw in the open-source software.
HP on Monday announced a suite of software aimed at capturing a stronger stake in the burgeoning IT automation market.
The 85 tigers and other big cats at the Carnivore Preservation Trust (CPT) in Pittsboro, North Carolina, may scarcely notice the hubbub, but a US$500,000 communications and computing upgrade is under way to help tell their story to the world.
When the city of Madera, California, needed a new voice system, it turned to open source technology -- not just for the IP telephony but for an entire network-infrastructure overhaul and loads of other functions.
US Navy servicemen and women don their blues, whites or khakis, depending on the occasion and task at hand. For systems engineers at the Navy's Surface Combat Systems Center, however, the color of choice these days is green.
Quark this week released QuarkXPress 7.31, an update for its desktop publishing software for the Macintosh and Windows. QuarkXPress 7.31 is a free update for QuarkXPress 7 users.
Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3), the update scheduled to release next year, runs Microsoft's Office suite 10 percent faster than XP SP2, a performance testing software developer reported Friday.
T-Mobile GmbH will sell unlocked iPhones for US$1,482, (AU$1,694.43) the German mobile carrier said Wednesday, marking the first time Apple Inc.'s smart phone has been officially available unlocked.
The schools secretary, Ed Balls, has ordered an independent assessment of security for the ContactPoint database that is set to hold the details of every child from birth.
Security researchers warn that attack code targeting an unpatched bug in Apple's QuickTime has gone public, and added that in-the-wild attacks against systems running Windows XP and Vista are probably not far behind.
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