Microsoft this week patched a bug in Excel 2007 that displayed wrong values for calculations around a pair of numbers, and said it would push the fixes through Windows Update as soon as possible.
Alienware introduced this week a 64GB solid-state storage option for its Alienware Area-51 ALX and Aurora ALX desktop computers.
After a couple of experiences dipping a toe into the mobile market, Mozilla said it plans to get serious about developing a mobile browser.
The lure of high technology has led Wikipedia's parent organization, Wikimedia Foundation, to move its headquarters to San Francisco.
Using mobile phones or text messaging mid-conversation or during an appointment or meeting cracked the Terrible 10 Rude Behaviours List issued by Johns Hopkins University.
Data will flow more freely as mobile communications networks move towards a "flat IP" model, but developers and operators will face new security challenges, according to engineers gathered at the Freescale Technology Forum in Paris.
At the Adobe MAX conference in the US this week -- themed 'Connect, Discover, Inspire' -- Adobe Systems announced beta 2.0 of its Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) technology, around which the company is hoping the developer community will build applica...
University of Washington researchers have developed software designed to let those who can't work a handheld mouse use their voice instead to navigate the Web.
Agile software development methods go well with PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor), a Zend Technologies official said when interviewed at the ZendCon conference in the US this week.
Google, the newly-christened US$600-per-share company, unveiled this week the fifth generation of its Google Enterprise Search Appliance.
Although Microsoft fixed four flaws in Internet Explorer (IE) this week, it did not address a protocol-handling problem that could trick users into downloading malware, a move that surprised at least one security researcher. The company, however, sai...
When it comes to communicating during the workday, a majority of enterprise users find e-mail and phone calls conducive to productivity, while unified communications technologies such as instant messaging, blogs and softphones distract them from the ...
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