Microsoft's digital-rights-management strategy on the consumer/device side of the house has been a constantly changing, murky one. Microsoft's latest move in joining a new digital-media coalition is doing little -- so far at least -- to clarify the situation.
IT users lose an average of three days a year due to delay in network log-in, file transfers and e-mail processing, a new Dimension Data report shows.
It seems like Wi-Fi is being built into almost anything these days, as witnessed by the wireless streaming capabilities of a new bathtub. Yes, you read that right.
Former Co-op tech boss appointed
The answer to many of our security problems could be found in chips that are used to store credentials and user certificates says Wave Systems CEO Steven Sprague.
Following recent remarks from Lawson's CEO forecasting the SaaS industry's demise, several vendors step up with counter arguments.
MP fights low-level attacks with new partnership
Late last week Apple denied distribution through the App Store for an iPhone version of Podcaster an application that allows you to subscribe, manage, stream and download podcasts directly to your iPhone and iPod Touch.Apple's rationale:Since Podcaster assists in the distribution of podcasts, it duplicates the functionality of the Podcast section of iTunesNot only is this a totally lame response, it's actually false.
NEC on Tuesday will announce one of the first servers built from the ground up to take advantage of Intel's six-core Dunnington chip.NEC, which is looking to make a splash in the U.
Just watching the Lib Dem's conference on BBC Parliament and Norman Lamb, Libe Dem's Health spokesman, has just laid into the NHS National Programme for IT. Hardly controversial - but this is the Lib Dem's we are talking about - as the NPfIT is estimated to cost around £12bn and has been a bit of a farce to date.
"Big enough opportunity to knock other things off the list?"
After numerous reports that iTunes 8 causes Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) crashes on Windows Vista boxes after connecting an iPod or iPhone, Apple has re-released the software – at least the crashy part of it, that is.ZDNet's own Ed Bott, notes that Apple knowledgebase article TS2280 acknowledges the “blue screen error message" and recommends "to first uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support and iTunes, and then download and install the most recent version of iTunes.
Gartner and IDC say that laptop makers are making components more power efficient to counter slow advances in battery technology
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If you still want to use the old Facebook you can -- for the time being, anyway.Dhanik Modi, a student at Virginia Tech, discovered this weekend an issue that causes Facebook to revert to the old version under Firefox 3.
High-profile Microsoft-technology licensee Wallop may be calling it quits, at least on the social-networking-platform side of its business.
If you haven't applied Microsoft's MS08-053 security update, now might be a good time to hit that patch button.Proof-of-concept exploit code for the vulnerability, which allows remote code execution attacks via the Web, has been posted online, raising the likelihood that we'll soon see in-the-wild exploitation.