Simple Solver is a free Windows application that can simplify computer logic systems, Boolean equations, and truth tables. The application...
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Australian authorities have joined a co-ordinated global crackdown on computer hackers who use software known as Blackshades for sinister purposes.
IPsoft's self-learning computer software algorithm Amelia could be ruinous for the Business Process Outsourcing industry but the company says that it wants to partner with them instead
Rick Vanover and Jason Perlow talk about the risks of specific "free" software that can cause issues on computer systems through adding pop-ups, sending information or proxy serving other traffic.
Today would have been the 107th birthday of pioneering computer scientist Grace Hopper. Cobol, the language she helped create, still powers software used by businesses today.
Database said to be the first in the world to be open to the public for free, and contains information on malicious software, computer viruses, decoy IP addresses and how to detect, identify and remove them.
Alarm Clock Pro enables you to design your daily routine and perform various tasks automatically, such as starting your favorite iTunes...
The recent product launches put the Chinese search giant in direct competition with Qihoo 360, which currently dominates the free computer maintenance and antivirus software market in China.
The Raspberry Pi now has an accompanying store where users can download software, raw code, tutorials, tools or games for the Linux computer.
RecordPad Free Sound Recording Software is a free and simple recording software for Android. RecordPad Free is ideal for recording...
The Spanner technology sees Google craft a globally distributed database to underpin its massive software platforms with the help of atomic clocks, GPS systems and some of its most lauded computer scientists.
Games developer Ubisoft has patched a serious vulnerability in a plug-in for its Uplay DRM software that could have allowed a hacker to take remote control of a user's computer
About 63 percent of computer users in Asia-Pacific admit they acquired pirated software in 2011, driving PC software theft in region to record high of US$21 billion, BSA study reveals.
E-criminals are increasingly using digitally signed malware to try to circumvent computer-security measures, according to security company McAfee.The number of unique malicious binaries that use digital signatures to try to trick users, admins, and security software into trusting and running malware jumped from almost zero at the beginning of January 2012 to more than 200,000 samples at the end of March, McAfee researcher Craig Schmugar said in a blog post on Friday.
Given this week's news, the death of PC gaming appears to be greatly exaggerated. First, we hear that Valve is working on a Steam Box console to put PC games on your HDTV, and now gaming peripherals maker Roccat has introduced Power-Grid, software that allows you to control your computer games via your smartphone.
Software innovation continues to drive the engine that is the face of computer technology, but the underlying hardware is what makes it all possible.
Facebook has released software that embeds Facebook into the desktop of a Windows 7 computer, giving users another way to access the popular social network.Facebook Messenger for Windows, released on Friday, is a desktop application that lets people chat with their contacts, receive notifications and access a slimmed-down news feed.
Duqu and Stuxnet, two of the most sophisticated computer viruses ever discovered, were developed by the same team, according to an analysis carried out by Kaspersky Labs.The company also found hints that the team used the same software development environment to build the advanced viruses — and others — between 2007 and 2011, Kaspersky announced on Thursday.
New online courses set to start in January 2012 include Software as a Service and Computer Science 101, as well as primers on entrepreneurship. Be sure to check out Stanford's iTunes U as well.
The Business Software Alliance, that concerned body in the US which bangs the drum for victims of crime — Microsoft, Adobe et al — has produced another fine survey setting out the sheer scale of global anarchy in the software industry.That survey, the BSA says, shows that around half of the world's computer users "acquire their software by illegal means most or all of the time," with the figure for China topping the league at 81 percent.
A framework 'analogous to the hardware and operating system used by a tablet computer' will give the government more flexibility with the software running its pilotless drones.
Computer Sciences Corporation's (CSC) bid for troubled health software vendor iSoft has cleared its last regulatory hurdle after the Federal Court today gave the purchase schemes the final rubber stamp.
Phishers posing as computer security experts are targeting individuals and businesses to steal money and install malicious software on their computers.In a survey of 7,000 people, 15 percent across the UK, US, Ireland and Canada reported receiving a call from scammers, Microsoft said on Thursday.
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