An unpatched security flaw in PowerPoint is not so new after all, according to Microsoft, which claims it fixed the problem earlier this month.
Instead of making the browser more secure, Microsoft's August Internet Explorer security update introduced a critical security bug, according to researchers at eEye Digital Security.
In a move to provide "open source graphics for the masses", Intel has made its next generation of graphics architecture available to Linux users via free software drivers released last week.
The victorious return of Australian teams from the Robocup World Cup held in Germany two months ago hardly meant the end of the games for the year. Teams from primary and high schools across the country are now working towards the Robocup Junior Aust...
Lenovo Group took the wraps off a new business unit Monday, aimed at helping the computer company keep a closer eye on how its operations meet the needs of customers.
Software in the Skype PC client that enhances call quality is now coming to dedicated devices such as mobile phones that use the peer-to-peer voice service.
A spike in PC demand has created a new shortage of Intel chipsets, potentially reviving an issue blamed for causing the company to lose market share to rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) last year.
Police have arrested a man and a woman suspected of running a vacation website scam that duped thousands of U.K. citizens.
Fast wireless LAN gear based on a draft version of the next industry standard is making inroads into the small-office and home market despite costing more than twice as much as other products.
Samsung Electronics will this week unveil what it says is the first 70-inch high-definition LCD (liquid crystal display) panel.
Google's Web sites continued to be the U.S.'s most-used search source in July, but lost 1 percent market share to Yahoo, comScore Networks said Sunday.
If you're an up and coming podcaster, you could be interested in a new service being tested in Germany that could be the beginning of something bigger.
Google is tweaking the mobile version of Google Maps to allow developers to layer information over the application, a feature that it hopes will lead to new uses.
Many of the 4.1 million laptop batteries recalled by Dell will wind up in landfills around the world, but experts agree the environmental impact will be minimal.
The victorious return of Australian teams from the Robocup World Cup held in Germany two months ago hardly spelled the end of the games for the year. Teams from primary and high schools across the country are now working towards the Robocup Junior Au...
Whether it’s consumer or enterprise security there is one bottom line: there is no point in cutting corners when it comes to security.
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