Hot on the heels of version 9's release, the browser company gives a preview of its plans for the next incarnation.
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U.K.'s national library says copyright law must be updated to curb the excesses of digital rights management.
But the security specialist also finds that Microsoft's browser is the only one widely exploited by hackers today.
Fans of the open-source browser have the chance to "immortalize" their names in Firefox 2, the Mozilla Foundation says.
Businesses buying additional copies of Vista will receive the discount from today
The project is trying to attract female coders, but some members of the open-source software community doubt it will be a success.
Vulnerability, rated as highly critical, could enable an attacker to compromise a user's machine.
The software giant has released four security bulletins for July, including one that addresses a potentially serious DNS spoofing flaw affecting multiple vendors' products
The software giant's chief operating officer says he is pleased with SP1's progress, despite it breaking some third-party programs.
The proprietary and open-source vendors have extended their deal: Microsoft will sell more Suse licences, while joint R&D will continue