Video software developer Gotuit Media has sued Microsoft, claiming that its Silverlight multimedia software infringes several of the company's patents.
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Internet consumer advocacy group Stopbadware.org released data on "badware" Web sites on Tuesday, saying that Google was one of the top five networks responsible for hosting these dangerous Web sites.
Two Orange County, California, teenagers have been charged with breaking into high school offices and using stolen usernames and passwords to change lackluster grades to A's.
When the Commonwealth of Massachusetts issued Michael Fiola a Dell Latitude in November 2006, it set off a chain of events that would cost him his job, his friends and about a year of his life, as he fought criminal charges that he had downloaded child pornography onto the laptop. Last week, prosecutors dropped their year-old case after a state investigation of his computer determined there was insufficient evidence to prove he had downloaded the files.
Security appliance vendor Barracuda Networks is looking to buy Sourcefire, makers of the open-source Snort and ClamAV security software.
Hoping to stay a step ahead of rival VMware, Citrix Systems is now shipping its XenDesktop product line of desktop virtualization software.
One of the researchers behind ScanAlert, the "Hacker Safe" certification company McAfee recently acquired, is facing fraud charges in Indiana.
With its US$1 billion acquisition of MySQL now behind it, Sun reported financial results on Thursday that show the company is still struggling to boost its revenue.
With more than half of its revenue now coming from outside the U.S., Symantec ended its fiscal year on a high note on Wednesday.
A weak first quarter has yielded a sixth consecutive quarterly loss at struggling chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
Oracle will release patches for a slew of products next week, including fixes for two nasty vulnerabilities for its database software.
Microsoft plans to release eight security updates next Tuesday, five of which are rated critical by the software vendor.
Security vendor Trend Micro has fallen victim to a widespread Web attack that splashed malicious software onto hundreds of legitimate Web sites in recent days.
Following the lead of Microsoft and Oracle, Cisco Systems will start releasing security patches for some of its products on a schedule.
Sunday's inadvertent disruption of Google's YouTube video service underscores a flaw in the internet's design that could some day lead to a serious security problem, according to networking experts.
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