Friday, 8 Nov 2013
Microsoft says it's aware of targeted attacks mainly in the Middle East and South Asia, which affect customers using Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Office 2003-2010, and all supported versions of Microsoft Lync. While a security update is in the works, concerned users can apply a Microsoft Fix it solution now.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
Looking to upgrade your graphics card but the R9 290X is a tad too pricey? Add-in card partners Gigabyte, PowerColor, and MSI have launched their variants of the less aggressive sibling, the Radeon R9 290. We round up the options coming to your retail store.
Seagate has just announced that its Samsung hard drive division will be shipping the 2.5-inch Spinpoint M9T, a 2TB HDD that measures only 9.5mm, making it the world's thinnest in the market -- for now.
Parallels has announced Parallels Business Solutions, offering businesses the tools necessary to succeed in a mixed Windows and Mac world.
In conjunction with the launch of IE11, Microsoft Singapore today unveiled Inori Aizawa (藍澤 祈), an original anime character whose backstory symbolizes the browser's transformation into a contemporary browser. A special anime version of IE11 featuring Inori will also be made available for download starting today.
Twitter (TWTR) shares will soon be traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) for US$26 per share, putting the company's value at US$14.1 billion. It will be offering 70 million shares at the listed price, and have granted underwriters a 30-day option to buy up to 10.5 million additional shares.
According to reports, Microsoft has shortened its list of potential new CEOs from about 40 to just 8 - five of whom are outside of Microsoft and three from within.
Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez has revealed two major new developments which seek to improve the music streaming service. One is focussed on expanding how users discover new content while the second aims to increase Deezer's reach.
Sources told AllThingsD that Apple has engaged the help of two Taiwan-based manufacturing firms to increase production of its iPads and iPhones to meet demand for the holiday season and the new year beyond.
Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013
The local telco's investigations showed that the fire was caused by an employee not following strict maintenance procedures, including the use of an unauthorized blowtorch. The fire was localized at the affected lead-in pipe, one of three separate pipes that houses cables connecting to customer homes and business premises.