A security researcher known for finding Java bugs has uncovered a new critical zero-day vulnerability in all currently-supported versions of the popular Oracle software.
Microsoft has extended mainstream support for Windows Server 2008 by 18 months, and again reminded customers that the still-strong Windows XP will retire in April 2014.
Microsoft has announced price increases for its Windows Office suite of as much as 17%, but its plans for Office on the Mac remain a mystery.
Microsoft on Friday updated Flash on Windows 8 to protect IE10 users from attacks that may have started months ago.
Microsoft Friday released an emergency patch for Internet Explorer to stymie active attacks that have been exploiting a bug in the browser, finishing a job it started only Monday.
Google has moved a step closer to making good on its promise to support "Do Not Track" in Chrome by the end of this year.
The deal will give free or discounted upgrades to Office 2013 or Office 365 to customers who have recently purchased Office 2010, a report says.
Apple will apparently call its new smartphone the "iPhone 5," validating pundits' expectations, according to the company's website.
But if lots of consumers downgrade to Windows 7, that's not a good sign for Windows 8 and Microsoft.
The success of Windows RT, and to a lesser extent Windows 8, will hinge on the quality and quantity of apps in the Windows Store next month.
If Apple uses a new, thinner display in its next iPhone, the battery could pack as much as 40% more capacity than the current 4S, a researcher says.
Some analysts have concluded that Amazon, even with impressive hardware, aggressive pricing, and a content ecosystem in the best position to take on Apple, ultimately won't be able to unseat the iPad.
Microsoft -- whose job it is to patch the hole -- won't issue the fix until Windows 8 ships October 26.
The Elderwood gang specializes in finding and exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft's IE browser and Adobe's Flash Player.