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Microsoft has integrated Outlook.com with Skype in several countries, including the U.K., the U.S. and Germany, offering users the ability to tap Skype functions and contacts from within the interface of the webmail application.
Adobe's Connect Web conferencing product now has a fee-based MP4 conversion service.
Silent Circle explains the technicalities behind its decision to fall on its sword before the government came a-knockin'.
With more smartphones shipping than PCs, mobile ad networks open up the perfect backdoor for downloading code
Microsoft on Saturday apologized for a three-day partial outage of Outlook.com and said the email service was back up and running, only to note hours later that problems still plagued some customers.
In addition to lax passwords, manufacturer lacks a effective way to get its patches and updates out to customers.
The Outlook.com issue prevented affected users from seeing all their email messages.
Hackers are increasingly turning to brute force attacks aimed at snaring credentials.
Like Google and Facebook, Twitter is experimenting with multi-factor authentication
One or more antivirus vendors flagged 22 percent of 8000 popular apps as having issues
People interested in learning about in-memory database technology will be able to so later thing month under the virtual tutelage of SAP chairman and co-founder Hasso Plattner.
As a new school year approaches, Box is hoping to march into more campuses right alongside students and teachers with its cloud storage and file sharing application.
One in seven emails from financial brands poses risks to consumers, a study suggests.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are getting bigger, but their duration are getting shorter, according to an analysis released last week by Arbor Networks.
'Over-the-top' services are used to disguise text spam campaigns by sending a few messages from many phone numbers.