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Apple, EMI set to announce deal, but Beatles not included

Apple, EMI set to announce deal, but Beatles not included

JupiterResearch analyst Michael Gartenberg said a tie-up between Apple and EMI could cover a range of issues, but that a Beatles distribution pact was not likely part of the deal.
Apr 2 2007 3:22PM
Market share increases for Firefox, Opera and Safari

Market share increases for Firefox, Opera and Safari

Alternative web browsers Firefox, Safari and Opera are chipping away at Internet Explorer's popularity, slowly stealing market share from Microsoft's still-dominant browser, and a push for increased security might be to thank.
Mar 6 2007 12:43AM
Google business more secure than Office

Google business more secure than Office

Google's new business application suite unveiled Thursday for enterprises, is set to directly compete with Microsoft Office with its word processing, email and spreadsheet capabilities.
Feb 26 2007 1:15AM
Windows Vista is more secure, but not secure enough

Windows Vista is more secure, but not secure enough

Windows Vista may be hailed as Microsoft's most secure operating system to date, but the platform contains weaknesses in its default anti-malware capabilities, one security vendor has concluded.
Jan 30 2007 7:27AM
Wii makes a splash, but DS rules

Wii makes a splash, but DS rules

Nintendo predicting best year in company's history.
Jan 16 2007 9:20AM
Four fixes from Microsoft on Patch Tuesday, but none for critical Word flaws

Four fixes from Microsoft on Patch Tuesday, but none for critical Word flaws

Microsoft released four security bulletins today to address nine critical vulnerabilities in Excel, Outlook and vector markup language (VML) - but perhaps the biggest news out of the security update is what it did not address.
Jan 9 2007 10:41PM
Six fixes this Patch Tuesday, but no mention of Word flaw

Six fixes this Patch Tuesday, but no mention of Word flaw

Microsoft is planning to push out six patches on Tuesday, presumably including one for a critically flawed ActiveX control in Visual Studio 2005.
Dec 8 2006 9:18AM
Experts release Al Qaeda hack alert

Experts release Al Qaeda hack alert

A US federal government warning of possible Al Qaeda attacks on financial websites is no cause for panic, a leading security researcher told SCMagazine.com.
Dec 4 2006 9:30AM
Cyber Monday a myth, but online shopping habits still a risk

Cyber Monday a myth, but online shopping habits still a risk

Mastercard announced this week that the so-called "Cyber Monday" is a myth, but information security experts are still warning to businesses to keep an eye on their employees as they begin their online shopping en masse.
Nov 23 2006 9:31AM
Web viruses wilt but spyware soars

Web viruses wilt but spyware soars

Web-based viruses decreased by half in September, according to new figures from US-based security firm ScanSafe.
Oct 23 2006 10:00AM
Spoofed Microsoft site promises Internet Explorer 7, but spreads trojan

Spoofed Microsoft site promises Internet Explorer 7, but spreads trojan

Microsoft Internet Explorer users are being warned that one site claiming to host a new version of the web browser is not what it looks like.
Oct 19 2006 6:06PM
Black Hat wrap-up: Less hackers, but plenty of flaws

Black Hat wrap-up: Less hackers, but plenty of flaws

Black Hat wrapped up on Thursday after several days of vulnerability revelations that proved that the event hasn't lost its edge even as attendance skewed more heavily toward security professionals rather than hackers this year.
Aug 4 2006 8:55PM
Viral email traffic falls but threat remains

Viral email traffic falls but threat remains

Clandestine threats are on the rise, despite a dramatic reduction in virus
traffic.
Aug 2 2006 9:29AM
OS X still safer, but not perfect

OS X still safer, but not perfect

Machines powered by the Macintosh OS X remain more secure than other those running under other platforms, but the increasingly popular Apple version does contain software flaws that will continue to draw the attention of attackers, a new Kaspersky Lab analysis piece says.
Jul 26 2006 10:27PM
Microsoft sees 4Q profit drop but raises outlook

Microsoft sees 4Q profit drop but raises outlook

Microsoft on Thursday posted a 23.5 percent drop in earnings for its fiscal 2006 fourth quarter, but the software giant raised its outlook for its current fiscal year, with orders for upcoming products exceeding expecations..
Jul 21 2006 10:05AM
Corporations spending more on IT - but not on personnel

Corporations spending more on IT - but not on personnel

Fueled by positive economic growth within organizations, corporate IT spending – expressed as a percentage of revenue – has reached its highest level in nine years, a new study of 184 senior IT workers has found.
Jul 10 2006 9:36PM
Newspaper: Fed networks under attack, but security improvements years behind schedule

Newspaper: Fed networks under attack, but security improvements years behind schedule

A federal program to protect confidential information within the computer networks of various federal agencies is seven years behind schedule, the Baltimore Sun has reported.
Jul 5 2006 8:37PM
New Yahoo email worm poses little harm but spreads easily

New Yahoo email worm poses little harm but spreads easily

Security teams at Symantec have identified a relatively benign, but unconventional worm that can exploit a vulnerability in Yahoo’s web mail service without any user initiation.
Jun 12 2006 8:58PM
Vista's security features lack polish, but still an improvement

Vista's security features lack polish, but still an improvement

Though Microsoft has made drastic security improvements within its upcoming Vista operating system, there will be some usability hiccups within its new security features and plenty of room for security developers to sell aftermarket products, the Yankee Group said this week.
May 11 2006 8:26AM
U.S. still top spammer country, but not by much

U.S. still top spammer country, but not by much

The U.S. is still the world’s top spammer nation, according to a survey published today, but it is now close to losing that dubious distinction to China.
Apr 20 2006 7:17PM

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