Microsoft is introducing a new home-user version of its free e-mail security news alert service for non-technical users.
A new Microsoft program will significantly cut the cost of selected hit games for the company's Xbox console, the company said Wednesday.
Toshiba America Information Systems has released two new notebooks with DVD-R/RW burners designed for home use as desktop replacement machines, it said Tuesday in a press release.
A Paris court threw out accusations Tuesday that Yahoo and its former chief executive Tim Koogle should be legally responsible for the auction of Nazi paraphernalia that took place on its Web sites, a company representative said.
The increasingly influential role of open source software as an alternative to proprietary solutions has prompted the federal government to put together a new seminar looking at the demand for open source systems across departmental agencies.
The additional cache placed on the die of Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD's) new Barton core for its Athlon XP processors vaults the Athlon XP 3000+ ahead of rival Intel's highest-performing processor, AMD said Monday.
Intel plans to announce on Wednesday availability of a new processor designed for use in cell phones, the company confirmed Monday.
Intel will discuss the next-generation of its Itanium processor family and outline techniques developed for future integrated circuits at the International Solid State Circuits Conference this week in San Francisco.
The judge in the U.S. government's antitrust case against Microsoft has ruled that two attempts to appeal the case, including one from a consumer group, cannot move forward.
After removing links to a security patch that caused the NT 4.0 operating system to fail, Microsoft on Friday posted an updated patch that fixes the NT 4.0 problem.
Microsoft Office's newest family member has a name. The company announced Monday that the XML document creation application previously code-named XDocs is now called InfoPath.
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An Australian IT company has been the victim of a worm that was modified to scan hard disks and send sensitive data to a specific IP address, proving that corporate spying is not restricted to Hollywood films.
President George W. Bush has reportedly directed the U.S. government to develop a policy on waging cyber-warfare, but one security vendor suggested such tactics could backfire.
Two men were arrested in England and one in the U.S. Thursday on suspicion of being part of a hacking group that created a relatively unknown Internet worm, officials said.
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