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Microsoft is still scratching its head over a mystery that has some users reporting that settings within Windows Vista's Automatic Updates feature are changing on their own.
A Washington State teenager is facing 18 years in prison on charges that he used his PC to access Orange County, California's 911 emergency response system and convinced the sheriff's department into storming an area couple's home with a heavily arme...
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer this week unveiled a public beta version of the company's Popfly mashup tool while offering his take on the Web 2.0 landscape.
Apple's share of the U.S. computer market climbed again last quarter, two research firms said today, and the company now has a solid lock on third place behind Dell and Hewlett-Packard.
Security researchers have found a way to execute cross-site scripting attacks through VoIP clients, introducing a dangerous new threat almost no one is guarding against, according to vendor Secure Computing.
Dartmouth researchers say they were surprised to find that Good Samaritans -- those people who update the online Wikipedia encyclopedia when just passing by -- are actually as reliable as regular, registered users of the site.
Following in the footsteps of Facebook, one of its toughest competitors, MySpace announced Wednesday plans to open its platform for developers to build applications on top of the popular social networking site.
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Facebook.com co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave some hints Wednesday about what's on tap from the current Web 2.0 darling: a possible advertising network and the ability for users to export the data from their profiles to outside applications.
Administaff, a Houston-based provider of outsourced human resources services, this week began notifying about 159,000 former and current employees about a stolen laptop containing their unencrypted personal data.
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