Microsoft's Bill Gates ushered his company's new Vista OS and Office 2007 software suite into Europe on Tuesday morning, near the end of a round-the-world event that bought the software to 70 countries in 19 languages.
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Cisco Systems is warning of three vulnerabilities within its Internet Operating System (IOS) software that could allow a denial-of-service (DOS) attack or let a hacker run arbitrary code on an affected switch router.
The latest upgrade to McAfee VirusScan Enterprise security software is causing hiccups for some versions of IBM's Lotus Notes, the companies warned.
EMC reported record revenue for its fourth quarter, propelled by strong growth in its RSA security division and VMware subsidiary.
Digital music sales doubled in 2006 thanks to better distribution, but the rise hasn't made up for the decline in CD sales, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) says.
Cambridge Silicon Radio PLC, a designer of wireless chips, will buy two software companies whose technology it claims will drop the cost of putting GPS into mobile devices.
They just don't make malware like they used to. Or at least like they did earlier this year.
Police raided IBM Corp.'s Moscow headquarters Wednesday.
Dell and Microsoft have rolled out a new storage system for file and application data that integrates hardware and software from both vendors.
When Microsoft released Windows Vista to business customers in Europe on Thursday, it offered an extra version of the OS to comply with the European Commission's antitrust ruling against the company.
The forecast for data centres isn't good for the short-term: they're going to get hotter and a lot more cramped, according to Gartner analysts.
Microsoft's forthcoming digital music player, dubbed Zune, may make some Hebrew speakers gasp. The name for the device -- which will take on the Apple iPod when released later this year -- sounds like a vulgarity, specifically the "f" word, in Hebrew.
Nonprofit environmental organization Greenpeace has rated mobile phone giant
Microsoft launched an international version of its free Web-based PC security and tune-up application on Monday and promised worldwide beta versions of Windows Live OneCare, the company's new consumer security product.
Sun Microsystems launched a portal site for its Java programming language on Tuesday as the company inches closer to making the Java code open source, a company executive says.