Version 2.2. of Google's Android operating system has added Flash, which Apple has resisted allowing on the iPhone, and tethering, which the iPhone doesn't yet have.
Microsoft updates its Web and application design suite with streamlined features and support for Visual Studio 2010 projects.
Remote code execution exploit considerations are the subject of six patches, trailed by three elevation-of-privilege fixes and a rare tampering risk patch.
As mobile devices become more powerful, they offer new options for communications and new security challenges, too.
Experience gleaned in the .edu and .org domains helps to prepare for the widespread adoption of DNS Security Extensions.
Efforts to deploy DNS Security Extensions picking up steam, with all root zone servers and several Top-Level Domains, such as .gov, digitally signed. But until all domains are ready, DNSSEC is only creating island of trust.
The DNS Security Extensions provide a baseline of Internet security by assuring the authenticity of query responses.
Distinctions among voice, video and data blur as users demand anytime, anywhere communications.
Pitney Bowes Business Insight introduces MapInfo Stratus, an application that lets users access location data via cloud computing.
Microsoft's Windows consumer empire is at stake if it doesn't quickly find a tablet device manufacturing partner.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a corporate-finance management reporting solution for its Dynamics ERP products.
Global Graphics’ gDoc Fusion 2.5 lets users combine spreadsheets, text, images and PDFs into a single document.
Hewlett-Packard Co. is recalling 54,000 lithium-ion batteries used in its Pavilion and Compaq laptops.
A report issued on Wednesday by Forrester Research chronicles the declining use of Windows XP, as well as Internet Explorer 6, as staples of the corporate desktop.
Microsoft released a security advisory on Tuesday concerning a Windows component involved with desktop graphics display.