Latest Microsoft patch prompts DHS warning ... Linspire releases Freespire 1.0 early
- Latest Microsoft patch prompts DHS warning
- Former Comverse execs charged with stock-options fraud
- Linspire releases Freespire 1.0 early
- Sun signs up support for PostgreSQL
- AOL partners with Blinkx for K-12 search engine
- Windows smartphones get grown-up encryption
- Apple grows Leopard as Vista delays persist
- AOL offers free personalized e-mail domains
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Latest Microsoft patch prompts DHS warning
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) warned Wednesday that a recently patched Microsoft Corp. Windows vulnerability could put the nation's critical infrastructure at risk.
Former Comverse execs charged with stock-options fraud
Three former executives of software vendor Comverse Technology Inc. have been charged in connection with backdating millions of the company's stock options, federal officials said.
Linspire releases Freespire 1.0 early
Linspire Inc. has released Freespire 1.0, an open-source Debian version of the Linux OS, one month early, the company said Wednesday.
Sun signs up support for PostgreSQL
Sun has formed a deal with EnterpriseDB, an open source database vendor, to provide support services around Sun's PostgreSQL offering.
AOL partners with Blinkx for K-12 search engine
AOL LLC is hoping to attract schoolchildren and their parents to a new search engine designed to be a tool for helping with homework.
Apple grows Leopard as Vista delays persist
Apple seems set to add more unique features to its new Leopard OS, exploiting the delay until Microsoft ships Windows Vista, an analyst believes.
AOL offers free personalized e-mail domains
AOL LLC will offer personalized e-mail domains free to all Web users starting in September, the company announced Wednesday.