Author's Opinion

The views in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of iTWire.

Have your say and comment below.


Two months ago, at least seven months before its scheduled release, Microsoft opened up its new operating system Windows Vista, in the form of Beta…
Monday, 14 August 2006 16:20

Latest Windows hole the last straw

By
The news that a much feared new worm has been let loose to exploit the latest vulnerability in Microsoft Windows, made known last week when…
In light of the recent AOL fiasco, which compromised the privacy of hundreds of thousands of users, one would think that Internet companies would think…
Sunday, 13 August 2006 13:53

PC turns 25? Apple may beg to differ

By
Today, as everybody kicks up their heels at the offices of PC manufacturers worldwide celebrating the 25th anniversary of the desktop computer known as the…
Two weeks ago we conducted a reader poll which ran for a full week posing the question:  Who will win the high definition video war?…
The involvement of the US Department of Homeland Security with regard to a newly announced critical vulnerability in Microsoft Windows is a wake up call.…
Wednesday, 09 August 2006 09:45

AOL throws search security into doubt

By
It was supposed to be a service to help the online research community learn more about how people search for information on the web. Instead…
Monday, 07 August 2006 17:44

Microsoft decides IE7 plus is a minus

By
It wasn't going to be much of a change. However, in this new era where Microsoft is actually trying to listen to what users want,…
The agreement between Google and Associated Press (AP) in which the search leader and online news aggregator will pay AP for its content has raised…
Apple wants the right to restrict the music it sells through its online store iTunes to its music players the iPods. Norway, Sweden and Denmark…

VENDOR NEWS & WEBINARS

REVIEWS

Recent Comments