CA caused some headaches this week after its antivirus software inadvertently flagged part of the Windows OS as malware.
After several delays, it appears Microsoft may get the next version of its Windows client operating system to customers according to its current schedule.
With security vendors warning of new malware that exploits a recently patched flaw in Windows, Microsoft is saying that attacks are not on the rise.
Microsoft has released beta 2 of the next version of Windows Media Player for Windows XP, adding more online stores for buying digital music and letting users share content across various devices.
Mozilla has released a new test version of Firefox 2.0, which will be the next major version of its popular open-source browser.
Proprietary software can extend a wireless network range more than five times the current limit with the same equipment, the company behind it - startup InspiAir - has claimed.
Apple's proud new generation of Intel-based Mac laptops may be facing yet another widespread problem, according to a website random-shutdowns.
Microsoft has opened up testing of a new Web-based service that allows parents to control what their kids do on the Internet.
Key backers of the new Blu-ray Disc optical storage technology turned out in force at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin to announce a string of content and equipment offerings.
Optus and regional service provider Elders have joined forces in an attempt to grab government funds so they can rollout broadband, voice and data services to regional Australia.
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