Does MicroHoo Have Staying Power?
Even Google claims to welcome the new competition from Microsoft and Yahoo. — 07/30/09
Have You Been Hacked by Metasploit? Find Out!
Didn't think it was possible to detect a Metasploit attack? New open source tool will change your mind. — 07/29/09
Vista Makes Gains Despite Windows 7's Debut
New survey shows that Vista is taking market share away from Windows XP. — 07/27/09
Enterprises Overspend on Mobile
Businesses are failing to manage their wireless costs even as costs are rising, according to new study. — 07/27/09
IBM Tightens Ties With Cisco and Its Rivals
Juniper gets a little closer to Big Blue. — 07/23/09
Lots of Users Will Get Windows 7 Early
While beta testers could hope; however, that won't win them a free copy of the new Windows. — 07/22/09
P2P Causing Mobile Network Congestion as Well
Just like it did to wired Internet connections, peer-to-peer apps are clogging networks that can't handle the kind of bandwidth they need. — 07/21/09
Microsoft Shares Virtualization Code With Linux
Is this a thawing in the tensions between the two camps? Code licensed under GPLv2 will enable Linux to run better on Hyper-V. — 07/20/09
Mozilla Updates Firefox 3.5 for Security, Startup
First security fix for Mozilla's new browser is out. — 07/17/09
PC Sales Down in Q2, Likely for All of 2009
While it's not as bad as it is for car salesmen, PC sales isn't a great business to be in right now. — 07/16/09
Spam Not So Profitable?
Despite sending millions of messages each day, botnet operators and spam marketers rake in less than one might think. — 07/15/09
Windows 7 Almost 'Released to Manufacturing?'
In Monday's keynote speech, Microsoft exec was supposed to announce critical step was cleared -- or was he? — 07/14/09
Facebook Rules in Time Spent Online
Facebook leads the pack in the time users spend at the site, according to Nielsen Online. — 07/14/09
The Recipe for Linux's Netbook Success
In the wake of Chrome OS, what will it take for Linux to succeed in the netbook market? — 07/13/09
Google's Chrome OS: Failure in the Making?
PC makers are eagerly greeting a Windows alternative, yet Google's arrogance and lack of execution will ultimately hamper the Chrome OS. — 07/10/09
Netbooks Seen Helping Google Take On Windows
With netbooks continuing on a tear, a low-cost alternative to Windows may make sense for their manufacturers, observers say. — 07/09/09
Short URLs, Big Trouble?
Security firm says the bad guys are exploiting a popular resource. — 07/08/09
Google (Finally) Bounces Gmail's Beta Tag
New features in Google Apps designed for enterprise customers. Fairchild Semiconductor signs on. — 07/07/09
Users Mull Safeguards as Thieves Target iPhones
Thefts in New York and elsewhere are on the rise -- prompting some unique solutions. — 07/06/09
Ad Groups Move to Regulate Web Tracking
Moves come ahead of potential legislation designed to clamp down on the collection of behavioral data for advertising. — 07/02/09
Activists, Industry Cheer China's Green Dam Halt
But it's unclear whether the mandatory filter could still be pushed through. — 07/01/09
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