Tuesday, October 03, 2006

McAfee knocks Microsoft over Vista roadblocks

Microsoft is working to hamstring software companies trying to overcome "inherent weaknesses" in Windows security, rival McAfee charged in a full-page ad in Monday's Financial Times. read more

Friday, September 22, 2006

Intel launches Multi-Core University Program

Intel launched the Multi Core University program to develop the Indian academic ecosystem and align the IT workforce to industry needs.Intel claims this initiative will enable interactions between top Intel technologists and faculty from engineering institutes across India also providing the faculty with an opportunity to access advanced developments in Intel's technology domains.

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Sunday, September 17, 2006

Zotob Virus Writers Sentenced to Prison

Two Moroccan men have been sentenced to prison terms for helping write the Zotob computer virus that attacked major U.S. networks last year, a court official said Wednesday. Science student Farid Essebar, 19, and his friend Achraf Bahloul, were sentenced Tuesday at the court in Sale, near the capital Rabat, court official Maria Regregui told The Associated Press. Essebar was sentenced to two years and Bahloul to one year, the official MAP news agency reported

Google, Intuit Team Up Against Microsoft

Intuit's QuickBooks accounting software for small businesses will feature several Google products, including search and advertising, under a deal the companies announced on Wednesday -- the latest in a string of Google matchups with hardware and software makers.

Internet Movie and TV Laws Are Nonsense

ho needs cable TV these days if you have the Internet readily available? Lately, my cable TV is becoming obsolete with the all the options for downloading my favorite movies and television shows. But is it wrong for me to download these files on the Internet? It is only OK if I pay for it -- or is it?

Dell: Exploding batteries are Sony's fault

Chairman Michael Dell has denied that the way Dell constructs its PCs played a part in a spate of battery-related fires. He instead laid the blame entirely with the manufacturer of the battery cells, Sony.

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