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Microsoft plugs IE, Office in big patch haul

Microsoft plugs IE, Office in big patch haul

Microsoft patched 26 vulnerabilities with its latest patch including 20 flaws that were deemed critical.Here's the rundown of critical flaws (full bulletin):CVE-2008-2254, CVE-2008-2255, CVE-2008-2256, CVE-2008-2257, CVE-2008-2259 and CVE-2008-2258: These patches fix IE 5 through 7 on various flavors of Windows and address HTML objects memory corruption vulnerabilities as well as memory corruption issues.

August 12, 2008 by

Press release of the day

Press release of the day

Oh, this really made my day. I got a press release from the PR for an internet marketing company, the subject line for which was: "Lyris: winning the war against spam".

August 12, 2008 by

30% of online ads was sold through ad networks in 2007

30% of online ads was sold through ad networks in 2007

The use of ad networks surged from 5% of total ad impressions sold in 2006 to 30% in 2007, according to Interactive Advertising Bureau. As online publishers continue to experience growth rates of 20-30% in ad revenue, the race to create new advertising opportunities has left publishers with an excess of inventory which they are [...]

August 12, 2008 by

30% of online ads was sold through ad networks in 2007

30% of online ads was sold through ad networks in 2007

The use of ad networks surged from 5% of total ad impressions sold in 2006 to 30% in 2007, according to Interactive Advertising Bureau. As online publishers continue to experience growth rates of 20-30% in ad revenue, the race to create new advertising opportunities has left publishers with an excess of inventory which they are [...]

August 12, 2008 by

Linux, user interfaces and copying Apple

Linux, user interfaces and copying Apple

Bob Sutor of IBM thinks that Linux needs to make innovative user interfaces, pointing to Apple as proof that charting your own path is beneficial. Apple, however, has certain aspects of its business that simply do not apply to Linux, making it harder for the business-focused operating system to achieve much market traction with a trend-breaking user interface.

August 12, 2008 by

Tech to trim your commute

Tech to trim your commute

Does technology that helps you plan your commute more cost-effectively and carbon-effectively count as green tech? If so, I want to bring your attention to a new mapping option on the Traffic.

August 12, 2008 by

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