Something new from the "I want, I want" dept.:
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Oh yeah, here's something new. Microsoft has warned of a flaw in its Windows operating system that could be exploited by hackers to remotely run malicious applications on a victim's PC.
Backer of HD DVD technology announces boost that closes the significant capacity gap between rival next-generation optical discs.
New drives are faster and offer faster media transfer rates, quieter running.
The open-source browser nears a 7 percent user share as Microsoft's Internet Explorer slips a percentage point.
Setting aside for a moment the debate going on in enterprises over whether to use Microsoft or open source alternatives, this week has seen much noise over two other battlegrounds: schools and local government.
A security firm has proved that today's cars cannot catch computer viruses.
Starring Samuel L. Jackson's wig and Ice Cube's fake "attitude", this film lives up the legacy of the first Triple X, and even surpassed it.
There are probably enough "Star Wars" video games to fill a space cruiser. And let's face it: Many of them probably should have been destroyed along with those pesky Death Stars. But like the enduring saga of good versus evil upon which they're based, a few used the mythic story and fantastical locales very successfully.
The chief executives of Microsoft and Red Hat held a private meeting in New York, for more than an hour at a McCormick & Schmick's restaurant in New York in late March, an indication that relations between the rivals might be warming.
The use of open source software, including Linux and applications, in local authorities has a bright future, according to a survey by the Society of IT Managers.
For the first time in history, there are more Linux software choices than Windows choices -- in the 64-bit arena -- but it is likely that the situation will not remain that way for long. Let the debate begin anew, in other words.
For years, the Blartner Group and various other prestigious research firms have issued benchmarks claiming that Linux is inferior to Windows. Naturally, we at Humorix have always been skeptical. But while scraping the bottom of the barrel for story ideas last week, we decided to see if we could duplicate any of these benchmarks on our own.
Taking up the fight with Sony Corp's recently released PlayStation Portable, Nintendo plans to bring online multiplayer action to its own handheld gaming system.