Ryan Naraine: New MS tool isolates Office 2003 zero-day exploits. Hackers in Seattle for Microsoft's Blue Hat, ToorCon.
Apple plugs critical holes in Darwin Streaming Server. Cybercrooks add QuickTime, WinZip flaws to arsenal.
Larry Dignan: Are Zimbra and Alfresco on Red Hat's shopping list?
Apple's Jobs brushes aside backdating concerns.
Photos: A cybercat for the Digital Age (right).
Google shareholders vote down proposal on censorship.
Microsoft cuts Windows virtualization features.
Mary Jo Foley: 'Viridian' virtualization features on ice.
- Longhorn Server to be christened Windows Server 2008.
- Making sense of Microsoft's myriad database projects.
- Microsoft keeps the Open XML fires burning.
Shrinking the cost for solar power.
At USC, developing game coders. Gallery (right).
Intel, PGP cooperate on selling encryption products. Tom Foremski: Intel's embedded anti-malware could help business and consumer.
Review: Nikon Coolpix P5000 (left).
Bloomberg: Vonage Says It May Have Way Around Disputed Patents.
Gallery: Reduce repetitive formatting for Access objects (right).
House committee endorses SSN limits, antispyware effort.
Search Engine Land: Don't Sweat the Small SEO stuff.
Politicos take on YouTube, video's future. Donna Bogatin: NY to Google: Stop trapping consumer data, or no DoubleClick merger.
RIM plugging into your business' PBX.
Concern but little action over 'green IT' so far. IBM unveils energy efficiency plan.
Engadget: Zune to get wireless downloads, version 2 hardware, flash player.
Larry Dignan: New Apple patent hints at two-sided touch screen devices. Jason O'Grady: Intel's Santa Rosa destined for MacBooks. Gallery (right).