Less than a week after launching its first beta, in response to rampant criticism, Apple has released a security update to fix three vulnerabilities in the Windows version of its Safari browser.
Researchers are blasting Microsoft for a critical flaw that could cause a critical attack on users who rely on speech recognition to control their Windows-based computer.
iPhone buyers will have to register for an iTunes account in order to be able to use the phone.
Researchers intensively scanning the Mac-turned-Windows browser found as many as 18 problems in its first 48 hours.
Opinion - If there is one IT company that teaches us lesson after lesson how to market yourself and your products, then it has to be Apple. But it looks like marketing got ahead of reality with the iPhone: There are early signs that Apple is sailing into rocky waters and will have to pay the price, if the hyped hardware will not be able to deliver what the marketing department has promised.If there is one IT company that teaches us lesson after lesson how to market yourself and your products, then it has to be Apple.
IBM has been granted a patent to a technology, which could allow users to expand system memory via an external box.
Microsoft has posted its latest security bulletin, offering patches for six vulnerabilities, four of which are labeled critical.
Intel has begun phasing out four Celeron D desktop processors based on the 65 nm Cedar Mill core.
Apple may have to start patching security holes in its new Safari browser sooner than expected: Security researchers already have discovered multiple Denial of Service (DoS) and remote execution exploits.