Two patches released by Microsoft earlier this year for its Internet Explorer browser may cause some websites not to load properly.
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Amazon.com plans to offer two programs next year that will allow customers to buy digitized books and portions of them in combination with its traditional, mail-order book service.
Links leading to a worm that eventually implants a nasty rootkit on a user's computer are popping up on America Online Inc.'s (AOL) Instant Messenger network, security researchers are reporting.
Yahoo will double the price of its online music subscription service, a change in strategy in the race to knock Apple Computer off its top spot for online music delivery services.
Microsoft Corp. quickly backed off on a demand to portable music player manufacturers that if they chose to include Windows Media Player in software packages, only that program could be included, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reported Thursday in its update on the company's compliance with its antitrust settlement.
Identity management shouldn’t be seen as a simple solution to comply with laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, says Andy Woodfield, director of the IT security team at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the UK.
The Nigerian government and Microsoft Corp. signed an agreement Friday calling for the software giant to help law enforcement break up crime rings that use the Internet for fraud and theft.
Microsoft Corp. said Monday it is investigating a recently released Trojan horse that targets a hole in its Microsoft Office software suite that was first identified in April.
The growth of broadband networks is providing an anchor for a frenzy of activity between telecommunications and media companies trying to find ways to deliver personalized media content, Internet access and phone service to consumers, industry experts said Thursday.