A new study by the Consumer Electronics Association confirms what many already know: people like to buy, play, and receive video game gifts for Christmas.
A so-called typosquatter who served pornographic advertisements on domains such as Bobthebiulder.com and teltubbies.com has been fined again by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Intel will end its Verified By Intel (VBI) standardization program by mid-2008, the company confirmed this week.
For the second time in a month, Microsoft has had to defend Windows Update against charges that it upgraded machines without users' permission. So far, it has no explanation for the newest instance of unauthorized updating.
Microsoft has filed a request to withdraw its appeal of a South Korean antitrust ruling against the company, Microsoft said this week.
Promisec this week is announcing a security compliance and configuration management tool for large Windows networks.
Rumor has it that Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 will arrive by late October or early November. Fortunately, if you've got an Exchange test server running, SP1 is available in a public beta that you can try, and try it you should. Microsoft went...
Microsoft is replacing the authentication system for SharePoint Server and plans to make the collaboration platform one of the first of the company's marquee applications to rely on a new claims-based identity model.
IT professionals who have acumen in diverse business areas but whose IT skills are noncertified are bringing in bigger salaries on average than their certified counterparts, according to Foote Partners, which attributes the growing imbalance to the m...
The board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) has approved two Microsoft licenses that allow proprietary source code to be shared, a move that is likely to inspire protest and spur controversy for die-hard open-source proponents.
A spike in the number of microprocessor units shipped helped Intel record an increase in its third-quarter revenue and income, the company said this week.
Cisco has bundled together its wireless product offerings with new software partners in a bid to refocus its strategy for municipal wireless networks.
Microsoft described wide industry support during the formal announcement of Office Communications Server in the US this week.
Sun offered informational updates Monday on several ongoing efforts in the open-source arena, including product plans for the OpenSolaris version of the Solaris OS, Java, and the GlassFish application server.
Google has launched a video-blocking tool that will allow content owners to intercept copyrighted clips as they're uploaded to YouTube, its video-sharing site.
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