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Microsoft launched a searchable list of its complete patent portfolio as part of its defense of the patent system, particularly software patents.
Google will not sue any user, distributor or developer of open-source software on specified patents, unless first attacked, the company said on Thursday.
Eighty percent of organizations plan to increase their use of Linux servers, but only 20 percent plan to purchase Windows servers over the next five years.
HP says it now has a free service called "Fortify My App" that lets anyone building mobile or Web applications upload code to the Fortify software-as-a-service and get a limited analysis about whether the code has specific vulnerabilities or design flaws.
The technology implemented in Windows 8 hardware is an 'obstruction mechanism,' the Spanish group charges.
Users of Canonical's Long Term Support (LTS) releases will remain unaffected.
This new Lubuntu-based distro includes drivers and utilities for older graphics and audio hardware.
HTC announced Friday that its well-received HTC One smartphone won't go on sale in the U.S. until sometime "before the end of April," according to an emailed statement.
Currently, there are numerous options with potentially 'disastrous' consequences, one Mozillian says.
Microsoft yesterday kicked off a promotion that rewards Windows 8 and Windows Phone developers $100 for each app that they publish in the company's app stores.
First to arrive will be a word-processing component enabling multidevice editing and collaboration on major text document formats.
Microsoft is taking seriously allegations that business partners engaged in bribery to gain government contracts in three countries outside the U.S., the company said Tuesday.
This Thursday is the next Ubuntu Bug Day, offering fans a chance to give back and help out.
A Fujitsu research lab has developed software that can read minute changes in face color to accurately measure a subject's pulse using the small digital cameras attached to smartphones and tablets.