If Microsoft's Windows Vista were graded for its first year, the report card would read "not meeting expectations," analysts said a year and a day after the operating system code went gold and was sent off for duplication.
Mozilla shut off the HTTP connection to the servers that host Firefox 3.0 after a rumor spread that the open-source browser's first beta was finished last week.
Social networking tools are leaking into enterprises much the same way popular Internet collaboration tools such as instant messaging have done in the past. But users and experts caution planned corporate adoptions require lots of forethought to dete...
If a new poll sponsored by Cisco is to be considered an accurate indicator of the opinions held by a majority of federal IT leaders, it appears that the security of the United States government's network infrastructure remains a serious problem.
After announcing that their formal WiMax partnership agreement was dissolved, both Sprint Nextel and Clearwire said separately that they will continue informal discussions with each other on ways to advance the high-speed wireless technology.
A five-year extension of large portions of the US antitrust judgment against Microsoft isn't needed and the reasons a group of states have given for continuing oversight won't fix the problems they still see, the US Department of Justice said in a co...
A hacker has pleaded guilty to infecting hundreds of thousands of computers with malware in order to steal money from Paypal accounts. He could spend 60 years in prison and face a US$1.75 million fine.
The widely reported problems with pop singer Alicia Keys' MySpace profile have been cropping up on the social networking site for the past ten days and are likely to continue, a security expert said Friday.
Multiple MySpace pages, including the official page of popular R&B singer Alicia Keys, have been hacked and are spewing both socially engineered attacks and behind-the-scenes drive-by exploits, a security researcher said.
A father-son team that has dedicated time and energy to fighting spam says that as of today, it has shut down more than 50,000 Web sites that use unwanted messages to lure traffic.
Microsoft will strip a "click to activate" warning from Internet Explorer 7 starting next month, a company product manager said Thursday, a side benefit of the settlement that Microsoft struck with Eolas Technologies in August.
A new online malware database details the latest virus outbreaks from around the world, and shows which antivirus tools were able to block the threats and which ones failed.
LifeSize Communications is introducing a point-to-point telepresence system that costs US$6,000, significantly less than its previously smallest system.
Microsoft launched a program to help ensure that PC refurbishers and OEMs reselling used PCs to businesses are installing legitimate copies of Windows on them.
At the cutting-edge of IT-based crime, attackers are using a combination of easily sourced technologies and social information to carry out successful assaults on the very organizations that spend more time and money on security than anyone in the wo...
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