Security flaws fixed with upgrade to 1.0.1 as security expert warns of future trouble for Mozilla
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Microsoft by midyear plans to release a test version of a new Internet Explorer (IE) browser that better protects users from scams and malicious code while surfing the Web, the company announced Tuesday.
Two days after the ouster of Carly Fiorina, Hewlett-Packard (HP) on Friday detailed the severance package for its former chairman and chief executive officer in a regulatory filing.
Citing strength across its business, Microsoft has reported record revenue for its second fiscal quarter that beat its own guidance as well as Wall Street's expectations.
Microsoft in mid-2005 will put a piracy lock on two of its download Web sites, requiring all Windows XP and Windows 2000 users to validate their copy of Windows as genuine before downloading software, the company said Tuesday.
Oracle is working on an alternative pricing model for its newly acquired PeopleSoft products, which could mean lower prices for PeopleSoft users.
Analysts and customers welcomed Oracle's announcement on Tuesday of a plan to integrate PeopleSoft with its Oracle applications suite but said they now want to see the company deliver concrete results based on these promises.
Spokesman confirms accuracy of roadmap on BizTalk Server team member's web log
Home and Pro tags will go; first beta release to ship later this year
Little to offer in the way of new products during keynote
Microsoft has quietly released an update to Windows XP to fix a potentially serious configuration problem in the firewall that ships as part of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).
Hotmail 'premium subscription' includes bundled Outlook 2003
Microsoft released five Security Bulletins warning of several vulnerabilities that put computers running Windows at risk of attack.
'Microsoft owes us in excess of half a billion dollars' – university
As part of its fight against software piracy, Microsoft has filed lawsuits against eight US resellers for allegedly buying and selling fake and used Certificate of Authenticity labels.