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Amazon is following Apple's example by adding a 'match' feature to Amazon Cloud Player.

Published in Entertainment
Live streaming of sessions from the 11th Australian national Linux conference was organised today for the first time in the event's history, but it almost turned out to be an embarrassment.

Published in Open Sauce
Monday, 19 October 2009 04:41

Flip4Mac updated for Snow Leopard

Teleetream's Flip4Mac WMV software for Mac OS X has been updated for Snow Leopard compatibility. It also delivers an optional install of Microsoft's Silverlight software.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 05:33

October Patch Tuesday is biggest ever

As expected, Microsoft released 13 new security bulletins overnight (Australian time). A mammoth 34 vulnerabilities are addressed, including some affecting Windows 7.

Published in Security
A new range of Windows Mobile 6.5-powered smartphones will be available for retail purchase from October 6th. That date also sees the Windows Mobile marketplace open its doors. Microsoft told iTWire why iPhone developers will find it a superior software outlet, why Windows Mobile crashes, and how Microsoft thought of the app store first.

Published in Education
Wednesday, 09 September 2009 06:24

Patch Tuesday rolls around: five critical updates

The latest security fixes from Microsoft all concern Windows, including the current flagships Vista and Server 2008. Some of the vulnerabilities allow 'drive-by' attacks and Microsoft is recommending prompt action.

Published in Security
August's Patch Tuesday brings nine security bulletins from Microsoft, covering at least 19 vulnerabilities.

Published in Security
There's no fix yet, but Microsoft is warning its customers of a vulnerability in DirectShow in older versions of Windows. The flaw is being exploited.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 02:15

Another big month for Microsoft security patches

Microsoft's Christmas bonus for system administrators has arrived in the form of eight security bulletins. Six of them are rated 'critical' and a seventh is more significant than its 'important' rating implies.

Published in Home Tech
System administrators look like having a busy time in the run-up to Christmas as they digest and test the eight security bulletins that Microsoft expects to release next Tuesday. Six of the bulletins are rated critical.

Published in Home Tech
Patch Tuesday has come around all too quickly, and Microsoft has released four critical updates. Once again, the handling of media files has proved fertile ground for vulnerability hunters.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 08 September 2008 15:39

10 reasons to stick with Vista and forget Linux

Windows Vista is in the news again, thanks to the incomprehensible start to the new campaign featuring Gates and Seinfeld, but also because of the growing threat to Windows Vista posed by different flavours of Linux, XP and Mac OS X. But none of those things stop Vista from being Microsoft’s best OS yet.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Microsoft has given advance notification of four security bulletins - all rated critical - for September's Patch Tuesday. One of them appears to be the Windows Media Player fix that was dropped at the last moment in August.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 21 August 2008 06:55

Subscription music coming to iTunes? Maybe!

Although Apple in general and Steve Jobs in particular have eschewed subscription music, there's a suggestion that we'll see an about-face before September is out.

Published in Core Dump
Announced at the Australian launch of Windows Vista on January 30, 2007, and due to launch in April 2007, Australian music store “Sanity” has finally launched Australia’s first music subscription service on the 14th of August 2008. Is it worth it?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 13 August 2008 05:37

Patch frenzy erupts after August Patch Tuesday

With 26 vulnerabilities covered, August's Patch Tuesday was a biggie! Microsoft issued 11 bulletins, but 12 were expected. What has Microsoft applied the band-aids to, and what is yet to be patched?

Published in Home Tech
Patch Tuesday falls relatively late in the month of August 2008, and Microsoft has a bumper bundle of bulletins up its corporate sleeve, with no less than seven - count 'em, folks, that's seven - critical items. The flaws to be patched are spread across Microsoft's most widely used products.

Published in Home Tech
The shortlists for the inaugural British Technology Awards, organised by the publisher of ComputerActive, Gizmodo and Personal Computer World, have just been announced. There are 13 categories, and Apple has bagged 11 nominations with Microsoft just behind on 9. So who is up for what and where will your vote go?

Published in Home Tech




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