Skype has fixed a bug in its client that sent users' private instant messages to other contacts whom the messages were never intended for. Microsoft has started releasing hotfixes for the affected versions, starting with Windows and Linux.
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A bug has been discovered in Skype that sends users' private instant messages to other contacts whom the messages were never intended for. Skype has confirmed the issue and is working on a fix.
Microsoft has delivered on its promise to keep using Facebook in Bing to fight Google. The company has announced yet another revamp to Bing that includes even more Facebook, but is that enough?
Eugene Kaspersky believes Apple Mac OS X is 10 years behind Microsoft Windows in terms of security. He arguesCupertino will have to go through the security overhaul that Redmond once did.
Yahoo has released a statement about Facebook's purchase of 650 AOL patents from Microsoft. In short, Sunnyvale has made it clear that it is going to keep fighting Menlo Park till the very end.
Facebook also wanted the 800 patents AOL was selling, but Microsoft won the bidding war, according to a new rumor. There's still a chance, however, that Facebook will get the patents it wants.
A British hacker has been sentenced to 26 months for stealing 200,000 PayPal accounts, 2,701 bank card numbers, as well as 8,110,474 names, dates of birth, and postcodes of U.K. residents.
Some believe that Facebook should buy Nokia and/or Yahoo. I look at the pros and cons and ultimately conclude whether one successful company should buy two declining companies.
Nokia has posted a Facebook status update that is 62,896 characters long. The limit was recently increased to 63,206 characters. How long will it be before someone bests Nokia?
Microsoft already uses data from Facebook and Twitter in Bing. While the search giant is pushing Google+, however, the software giant says it is just getting started with Facebook and Twitter.