Monday, 19 Sep 2011
Microsoft's IIS is still the second most popular web server; however, according to Netcraft, its market share has been on the decline since late 2008.
A slide in a video from one of the BUILD conferences seems to suggest that users would be able to make phone calls directly in Windows 8 without the need of any third-party software.
Two of Twitter's earliest investors have left the company's board of directors, the latest change to the fast-growing social media company's leadership.
Friday, 16 Sep 2011
The popularity of portable devices seemed to have begun whittling away at Adobe Flash's dominance on the web and it seems Microsoft is throwing its weight in this direction.
Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
Norton by Symantec today announces plans to deliver Norton One, a personalized service that will protect customers across multiple devices.
Intel and McAfee reveal McAfee DeepSAFE, a new and holistic approach to protect computing devices against intrusions from security breaches and malware.
Tuesday, 13 Sep 2011
Trend Micro announces the launch of its Titanium Cloud Edition Maximum Security 2012, which is based in the cloud and offers robust protection against all malicious threats.
Another two Linux websites have been hacked and this may be attributed to the growing popularity of its operating system. The affected servers are offline and investigations are ongoing.
YouTube founders, Steve Chen and Chad Hurley are taking over Delicious from Yahoo at an undisclosed bid price.
Monday, 12 Sep 2011
In an apparent bungle, Microsoft accidentally leaked information on its security patches. The bulletins were published but the patches were nowhere in sight.