Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyIn late 2009, Microsoft agreed to offer users a choice of browser as part of an anti-competitive dispute settlement with the European Union. It seems they 'forgot' to add the choice to Windows 7 service pack 1 in 2011.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: SecurityA bug in the latest release of Skype - the popular messaging platform, means that on rare occasions, text chat messages could be delivered to a random user of the service. Microsoft is investigating.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: SecurityNvidia has confirmed a hack into their developer forum has exposed around 400,000 authentication credentials. But there is good news - it's highly unlikely this information will be of much use to the intruders.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyAs a politician, there must be something extremely satisfying about killing a news story by threatening to prosecute those who would report it. Fortunately, in the case of Stuxnet, the proverbial cat is already out of the presidential bag.
Featured | Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MobilityEvidence is mounting that Microsoft will soon announce its own Microsoft branded Windows 8 smart phones. Microsoft is silent on the matter (including no denials), but it makes perfect sense and it seems only a matter of when for the "Microphone".
Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITA news report suggests that Microsoft’s Australian resurfacing of the tablet landscape is set to start happening at Aussie retail icons, JB HiFi and Harvey Norman.