Chicago (IL) – A report released by security blogger Jeff Jones indicates that Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing efforts are paying off: During the first six month after release, there were less than half the number of vulnerabilities disclosed in its predecessor and substantially less security issues than in other popular operating systems.
Piggybacking on a recent decision in France, a German industry organization wants German government officials to replace Blackberrys with a “more secure” German alternative.
AT&T is expecting a rush for Apple’s iPhone and has hired 2000 temporary workers to staff their phone stores.
Battling software piracy, Microsoft has patented its idea of embedding code into software that would allow a company to identify the original purchaser.
At this week's InfoComm audio/video trade show at Anaheim, a new company called Mersive debuted a new technology that it's calling "ultra definition".
You soon will be hearing familiar Nokia ringtone’s while flying the friendly European skies.
Sunnyvale (CA) – OCZ introduced a new enthusiast memory module for use in Intel P35 and upcoming X38 motherboards.
French government officials are ditching their Blackberry devices for fears of American eavesdropping.