News: Symantec to use SONAR to find zero-day attacks
News: Sun undercuts Red Hat on support pricing
News: Germany seeks common EU rules on violent video games
News: NXP to exit chip alliance, forge closer ties with TSMC
News: HP continues to put software house in order
News: Adobe delivers Flash Player 9 for Linux
News: Hit by changes, Intel profit falls 39 percent
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Symantec to use SONAR to find zero-day attacks
Starting next month, users of Symantec Corp.'s Norton products will have a new tool to help them avoid unpatched software flaws.
Sun undercuts Red Hat on support pricing
Sun Microsystems Inc. is presenting a challenge to Red Hat Inc. with competitively priced support in an update of its Solaris 10 operating system, announced Tuesday.
Germany seeks common EU rules on violent video games
Violent video games could be outlawed across the European Union, following calls for a clampdown among E.U. justice ministers this week.
NXP to exit chip alliance, forge closer ties with TSMC
NXP Semiconductors, one of Europe's largest chip makers, has decided to drop out of a multi-year research alliance and plans to work more closely with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (TSMC), the Dutch company said Tuesday.
HP continues to put software house in order
In the midst of a companywide restructuring effort, Hewlett-Packard Co. has taken the next step in an ongoing reorganization of its software operation. The vendor has established a new unit to bring together its business intelligence (BI) and information management expertise, which is currently spread out across the company.
Adobe delivers Flash Player 9 for Linux
Adobe Systems Inc. has released Flash Player 9 for Linux, allowing users of the open-source operating system to create or use multimedia applications with the latest version of Flash.
Hit by changes, Intel profit falls 39 percent
Still reeling from the effects of a corporate reorganization that included heavy layoffs, Intel Corp. reported a profit of US$1.5 billion for the fourth quarter, down 39 percent compared to that period last year.
Violent video games could be outlawed across the EU ... Digital music sales doubled last year to $2 billion ... Oracle has released 51 new security fixes .. Intel reported a sharp drop in Q4 profits
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