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Windows Phone users are getting built-in support for Google's CalDAV and CardDAV syncing protocols some time before July 31.
Microsoft may be closing down Windows Live Messenger in favor of Skype, but Skype has a connectivity problem: It doesn't support the Internet's next generation protocol: IPv6.
The release version of Firefox 13 is now available to download for desktop Windows, Mac and Linux machines, bringing with it a redesigned home screen and a switch to the new, faster SPDY protocol by default.Firefox 13 has a new home screen that provides quick access to frequently used features.
When Microsoft announced the Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) security flaw last week, the Internet Storm Centre (ISC) went to INFOCON Yellow. We could end up facing a worm as serious as Conficker, Blaster and Sasser.
Businesses using Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol should patch a vulnerability that could allow hackers into a business system without authentication, security professionals have said
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An XMPP interface has been exposed for Windows Live Messenger, allowing standards-compliant communication clients to make use of the MSN protocol.
Lack of direction and failure to release Silverlight 5 on time cast doubt on its relevance for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, but one company exec states Silverlight still "the big dog" for mobile developers.
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Thunderbolt, Intel's high-speed communications protocol, is coming to Windows PCs in 2012.Acer and Asus should bring out Windows devices — including Ultrabooks — that support the high-speed interconnect technology next year, Mooly Eden, Intel's general manager of PC client devices, told attendees at the Intel Developer Forum on Wednesday.
Microsoft has confirmed a vulnerability in the way Windows 7 handles some IPv6 traffic, but says it will not fix the flaw until the next version of Windows
A security researcher has released proof-of-concept code for an unpatched security vulnerability affecting all versions of Windows, prompting a warning from Microsoft that remote code execution attacks are theoretically possible.
Both mobile app developers and OS makers equally responsible for ensuring apps are and remain in top condition, which underscores importance of diligence and user feedback, note market observers.
Acceptance of alternative operating systems will lower focus on cross-platform tools for Linux, specifically with Windows platforms, but this may still be in distant future, say industry observers.
update Windows Mobile will get an app store to be launched Wednesday, allowing users to download and purchase mobile apps over-the-air, Microsoft reveals.
Exploit code for a remote reboot flaw in Microsoft's implementation of the SMB2 protocol has been posted on the internet, exposing users of Windows 7 and Windows Vista to teardrop attacks.
Microsoft has forged a deal with a University of Michigan research unit to create an open-source version of the NFS (Network File System) version 4 protocol that will work with Windows.
A survey has found a large majority of developers writing applications for Windows are ignoring Vista in favour of XP or older versions of the Microsoft operating system.
National Australia Bank is overhauling its network of 1600 ATMs to run on Windows XP and Internet protocol networks.
The software giant has released details of how it will comply with a 2004 EU antitrust decision, which includes a promise not to sue non-commercial implementations of its products
Open source software project Samba has signed an agreement with Microsoft to receive protocol documentation for the software giant's Windows workgroup server products.
After years of public disagreement over ensuring interoperability between their respective software, Microsoft and Samba have come to terms. And not surprisingly, each vendor is offering quite a different spin on the licensing agreement they unveiled on December 20.
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