Following one of the biggest launches in consumer electronics history, Kinect for Xbox 360 continued
Ryan Gavin: I mentioned last month that we would be down in Austin, TX for SXSW. Since then there has been plenty of speculation and interest as to what might be happening. Exactly twelve months from the first Platform Preview of IE9, on Monday March 14th
we will celebrate the developers and designers who are making a more beautiful web for all of us. We will release the final version of Internet Explorer 9 for download beginning at 9 p.m. Pacific
Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1 delivers the power, familiarity, and reliability of the Windows 7 op
Second part of the Generation Gmail Report by Mimecast reveals that employers must provide flexibility for email users if they are to protect their corporate IP from leaking outside the organisation
“Focus on Fraud” project shortlisted in leading industry awards
When Microsoft introduced the Kinect for Xbox 360, it got rid of handheld controllers for human gestures and spoken commands. Now, Microsoft wants Kinect-like user interfaces to not just be used for games, but for other products too.
[UPDATE] iOS 4.3 Software Update now available on iTunes.
With the new firmware update due sometime this week for the iPhone and iPad, we will see a handful of interesting and anticipated updates for users.
Looks like we might be getting a glimpse of Apple's next mobile operating system iOS 5 very soon. According to a German site (unverified source), iOS 5 will be introduced to the world at an event in early April.
A full-featured Internet browser, Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like Opera's groundbreaking E-mail program, RSS Newsfeeds and IRC chat.
Microsoft announced today a handful of changes to the Windows Phone Marketplace. These changes will hopefully make it easier for application developers to publish their content.
While Android is a terrific operating system in many ways, it does pose some real risks for IT departments.
This DVD5 ISO image file contains the security updates for Windows released on Windows Update on December 14th, 2010. The image does not contain security updates for other Microsoft products.
Angela Gunn: Today, as part of our monthly security bulletin release, we have three bulletins addressing four vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. One bulletin is rated Critical, and this is the bulletin we recommend for priority deployment:
- MS11-015. This bulletin resolves one Critical-level and one Important-level vulnerability affecting certain media files in all versions of Microsoft Windows. It has an Exploitability Index rating of 1. Due to the nature of the affected software, this bulletin carries a Critical-level severity rating for all affected client systems, but only an Important-level rating for Windows Server 2008 R2 for x64. Other versions of Windows Server - 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2 - are unaffected. For both the Critical- and Important-level vulnerabilities, an attacker would have to convince a user to open a maliciously crafted file for an attack to work.
Head over to the Microsoft Security Response Center for the details of the other security bulletins...
Workers in London were today stopped in their tracks by frozen laptops with a difference.
Bill Gates didn't lose his title as the world's richest man last year; he gave it away by plowing bi
- Top 500 European Systems Integrators grew just 0.68% last year to generate combined revenues of €144bn ($202.7bn)
Looks like Microsoft will be rolling out the very first service pack for Microsoft's integrated development environment, Visual Studio 2010.
According to Mary Jo Foley, MSDN subscribers will be able to download and install SP1 on March 8th. MSDN subscribers also can get, as of today, the Team Foundation Server Integration Feature Pack (as part of the Visual Studio Ultimate SKU), which facilitates integration of Visual Studio, Project and SharePoint. The general public can get access to the bits on March 10, according to company officials...
Back in February, Nokia and Microsoft formed a "strategic partnership" to create products and services that will create a big impact in the smartphone arena. New information has come to light about this partnership.
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As we all know, the iPad is considered a tablet and not a PC. However, many can argue otherwise. But what about the Windows 7 powered slates? It looks like Microsoft is unsure whether to classify their slate's as tablets or PCs.