E-Borders passenger-screening system will be fully implemented over the next decade at a cost of about $2.4 billion.
Scanning my RSS subscriptions this morning, I noticed that the NY Times is carrying an Associated Press story about Sony has recalling 350,000 Cybershot DSC-T5 (pictured left) because of the way they could injure their users.That this particular camera is being recalled is a major coincidence for me since, just this past weekend, my brother-in-law Erik was in town and he was using the smaller-than-a-shirt-pocket DSC-T5 to shoot video as well as still images.
VMware Fusion will run multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and Solaris, on a Macintosh along side Mac OS X.
HIPAA requires secure tracking of medical information, and controls who can access the records. VirtualHealth is adding a security module to Veriscrip that can secure pharmacy records as they track prescriptions in real-time.
Released in U.S. in the spring, tool now enables U.K. users to edit and delete items from their Web history.
The second Technical Preview of the next version of Windows Server concentrates on tools to improve how we use servers today, with hints of the microservices and containers that future cloud techniques...
Today's Microsoft code name: Tolesto. Tolesto is one of the three orbiting moons of Saturn. It's also the core subset of Microsoft's Common Language Runtime.
Security experts demand more vigilance by Web-hosts to curb the explosion in malware-infected Web sites, which are appearing at a rate of 30,000 per day, according to Sophos.
Virus Bulletin security certification body tested a number of antivirus software solutions for 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and discovered that security firms are struggling to provide satisfactory protection for the operating system and users.
The social web weekly: a quick-fire roundup of some of the news, announcements and conversations that have occurred throughout the week…
Telstra has lodged a complaint against the Communications Minister Helen Coonan over the funding of the AU$1 billion WiMax network intended to bring broadband to bush users across Australia.
Senate committee approves legislation asking the FCC to oversee the development of a super V-chip that could screen content on everything from cell phones to the Internet.
In a guest post, Stephen Walli -- a software consultant specializing in open-source, and a former Microsoft program manager for the Shared Source implementation of the ECMA Common Language Infrastructure -- shares his two cents on Microsoft's recent open-source-related moves.
I hear this more and more from high school parents. It wasn't that long ago that college kids were lucky to get a laptop for a high school graduation gift.