MS re-issues botched IE patch ... EFF sues Barney over free speech ... Apple recalls 1.8 million laptop batteries
News: Judge penalizes Microsoft $25 million in patent case
News: Intel wireless patch a memory hog
News: Microsoft finally re-issues botched IE patch
News: Apple recalls 1.8 million laptop batteries
News: U.S. court protects confidentiality in piracy reports
News: IE 7 for XP first release candidate available
News: EFF sues dinosaur Barney over free speech
Judge penalizes Microsoft $25 million in patent case
Microsoft Corp.'s quest for a new trial in a patent-infringement case it lost has resulted in a bigger fine for the software company.
Intel wireless patch a memory hog
Microsoft Corp. isn't the only company re-issuing security patches this month. Intel Corp. plans to re-release a critical security patch for its Centrino platform because of a memory hogging bug.
Microsoft finally re-issues botched IE patch
Two days later than expected, Microsoft Corp. has re-issued a critical security update for its Internet Explorer (IE) browser.
Apple recalls 1.8 million laptop batteries
Apple Computer Inc. is recalling 1.8 million lithium-ion batteries for its iBook and PowerBook notebook PCs, just a week after Dell Inc. took a similar step.
U.S. court protects confidentiality in piracy reports
A judge in Washington, D.C., has struck down a defense contractor's efforts to find out the name of a person who reported it for alleged software piracy.
IE 7 for XP first release candidate available
Microsoft Corp. is calling on developers to ensure applications and Web sites are compatible with Internet Explorer (IE) 7 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) for Windows XP, which the company will make available on Thursday.
EFF sues dinosaur Barney over free speech
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed a lawsuit against the company that produces the "Barney and Friends" children's television program, saying it has harassed the creator of a Barney parody Web site with "baseless legal threats."