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Flash and Internet Explorer vulnerabilities were used in targeted attack, say security companies
Industrial equipment owners are advised to install the latest firmware updates to protect their Advantech Modbus gateway devices
Microsoft wants to lock up the obvious name for a Windows subscription service, but will it actually deliver?
Users should install newly released security patches or remove the affected plug-in
The vulnerabilities allow attackers to take control of affected Ruggedcom WIN systems
While Microsoft's Windows 8.1 OS showed modest gains for January, the market share of both Windows 7 and Windows XP show no signs of dying off anytime soon.
Raspberry Pi 2 will support a custom edition of Windows 10 for the development of robots, smart devices and Internet-connected appliances
The company seeks new ways to incentivize researchers as bugs become harder to find
Microsoft will offer a very reasonable means for businesses to transition to Windows 10, as conservatively or aggressively as they choose. But Microsoft's "Windows as a service" offering will still be pay-to-play.
Coming up on World Tech Update this week, the Apple Watch is coming in April, a small drone crashes at the White House and Motorola is back in China after a two-year hiatus.
The lossless audio compression format won't be limited to laptops and desktops, though it's a few months away.
If it isn't Cortana, then what is it? The man who built Microsoft didn't elaborate, but he did have some cautionary words for the development of artificial intelligence over the next 30 years.
Existing tablets will get full desktop functionality, but new devices under 8-inches will be more like Windows Phone.
Heavily discounted Windows licenses led to a revenue shortfall of 25 percent year over year, highlighting the importance of successful launch of Windows 10 later this year.