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In releasing its first report on government requests for user information, Facebook is reminding consumers and businesses that using the Internet today requires self-censorship.
The developers of the popular vBulletin software used for commercial Internet forums advise users to delete the ‘install’ directory from their vBulletin installations.
Steven Sinofsky remains very active after his retirement from Microsoft, now signing on with Box as an adviser for its cloud storage and file sharing service, its developer platform and its mobile applications.
Skype's working on 3D video technology, but today's smartphones and webcams just aren't equipped to make the dream a reality.
Infor has unveiled a new version of Inforce, a product that connects Salesforce.com's popular cloud-based CRM (customer relationship management) software with its own.
Oracle's database and high-performance workloads will run faster with the company's latest SPARC M6 chip, which has been tuned specially for the company's applications.
A 25-year-old software system that supports a New York state pension fund is causing some controversy.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison typically uses his annual OpenWorld conference keynotes to deliver the company's biggest announcements and strategic positioning, and this year they will apparently involve an in-memory database and Oracle's PaaS (platform as a service) offerings.
Salesforce.com's next CRM (customer relationship management) software release will contain a slew of new features, with many focused on the Chatter collaboration and messaging tool as well as customer service, according to a set of official release notes.
With IT not requiring safer pass codes and device usability a factor, finding of 80 percent of users choosing convenience not surprising
Orb Networks and its streaming technology broke ground in the early 2000s. But the company has quietly been acquired by an anonymous company, and will be shut down.
Skype is now baked into Windows 8.1, Xbox One, and Outlook.com. But until Windows Phone gains momentum and the wireless carriers chill out, it will never become a mobile standby.
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'.