Bromium Labs says it bypassed protections in Microsoft's EMET
Colasoft Capsa Provides Comprehensive Network Analysis at Your Fingertips
As computers become more ingrained in the daily operations of most companies, it seems that running into problems occurs more frequently and with greater consequences. When it comes to computer networks, the ...
Bitdefender researchers find evidence of viruses infecting worms creating new form of malware
IBM Research Develops Technology to Aid Human Memory
(PhysOrg.com) -- To help people remember key facts, today, IBM unveiled a software technology created in its Research Labs that uses the images, sounds, and text recorded on everyday mobile devices to help ...
Web browser pioneer backs new way to surf Internet (Update 2)
(AP) -- The Web has changed a lot since Marc Andreessen revolutionized the Internet with the introduction of his Netscape browser in the mid-1990s. That's why he's betting people are ready to try a different Web-surfing ...
iPhone and iPad with iOS 4 records your moves (w/video)
'Sabpab' Trojan seeks out Mac OS X
Red Hat Shuns 'Windows Clone' Model for Global Desktop
The new Red Hat global desktop is based on a stripped-down version of the existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop 5 and contains applications like Firefox, OpenOffice and Evolution.
Google's Chrome computing system to debut in autumn
Google said Wednesday it is planning to release its Chrome operating system, seen as a rival to Microsoft's Windows system, for free in the autumn.
Indian hacker lords have Symantec antivirus code
Microsoft counting down to the end of Windows XP
Microsoft is counting down the days until it is through with the Windows XP operating system for personal computers.
Research puts finger on virtual iPhone button
(PhysOrg.com) -- A virtual tactile keyboard could hold the key to making the iPhone easier to use.
Microsoft to use AMD software
Redmond, Wash., software giant Microsoft announced it would use AMD's virtualization technology for an upcoming service pack.
Bill Gates: 80 percent chance Vista will be ready in January
(AP) -- Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said Tuesday there was an 80 percent chance the company's next-generation operating system, Vista, would be ready in January.