With Oracle's intended $495 million acquisition of software maker Agile Software, product lifecycle management may finally have its day.
Three critical bugs in the popular open-source program allow for system compromise.
An ongoing effort to identify the microorganisms that make us sick has discovered a new virus potentially linked to unexplained respiratory infections.
Windows Home Server is Microsoft's bridge between the home PC and the server market. Maybe it's not surprising, then, that its partners and customers may see it as a way to extend into new markets, too.
Scientists have found evidence that the cox-2 inhibitor celecoxib, a common pain reliever used to treat arthritis, may offer a new way to reduce the risk of the most common cause of brain damage in babies born prematurely.
Imagine paramedics mobilizing a team of cardiologists and nurses within minutes of arriving at the home of a person who is having a heart attack, simply by pressing a button that sends an electrocardiogram (ECG) over a wireless ...
A key aspect of how embryos create the cells which secrete insulin is revealed in a new study published tomorrow (18 May) in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. The researchers hope that their findings will enable the de ...
Contrary to popular belief and alerts by the World Health Organization, new research by the George Institute for International Health indicates that the importance of the reported relationship between birth weight and coronary ...
At WinHEC, Microsoft technical fellow Mark Russinovich discussed, among other things, how uniprocessor kernel variants were now gone from Windows Server 2008, which reduces the need for downtime.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced the recall of shark cartilage capsules because of possible contamination with salmonella.
The high-tech stuffed animal robot dubbed Huggable uses Microsoft software to connect with kids and medical patients.
HDTVs from Mitsubishi feature 1080p technology and enhanced color support.
This June, look for at least one bug a day in Google, Yahoo, and the rest of the gang.
Microsoft issued a call to hardware manufacturers to continue supplying device drivers for its latest operating system Windows Vista.