Two patches released by Microsoft earlier this year for its Internet Explorer browser may cause some Web sites not to load properly.
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Nortel Networks reported Wednesday an increase in revenue for the third quarter but an overall loss, citing restructuring costs and a penalty stemming from a refiling of the company's tax returns.
A prominent Web standards organization announced Tuesday the creation of a new committee to study how the idea of semantics and the Semantic Web can be applied to service-oriented systems.
Red Hat said Tuesday that the next version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, due for release in late 2006, will include a server virtualization capability integrated into the OS.
A hacker using few resources could exploit weaknesses in Oracle databases to recover passwords, two security researchers concluded in a recent paper.
Microsoft has released an updated version of Works Suite, its package of productivity applications aimed at home computer users, the company announced Thursday.
Microsoft said on Wednesday that it plans to consolidate the licensing terms for its Shared Source initiative under three license templates in an effort to simplify the program for developers.
The open-source community is in the midst of a change, with the network increasingly becoming its own platform built on open source software, said Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly Media on Tuesday.
The open-source software community is in a dilemma: How do you provide the most freedom to a diverse base of developers?
HP has recalled around 135,000 lithium ion rechargeable battery packs worldwide after several melted or charred the plastic cases of laptops.
The number of days a phishing site remains online has dropped to an average of 5.5 days, a sign that countermeasures against fraudulent Web sites are being enacted with increased speed, according the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), which monitors phishing trends and online crime.
Microsoft's moves into the security software market could be an agitator for more antitrust concerns over how it uses its market strength for other software offerings.
Novell has announced it will release its research on desktop software designs to help open-source developers know what is appealing to end users.
Hitachi Ltd. announced Tuesday it will expand its finger-vein authentication system business as interest in the technology grows.
Two British men who pleaded guilty to charges they helped create the "TK worm" were sentenced to prison Friday in Newcastle Crown Court. The worm infected thousands of computers, including two owned by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).