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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Microsoft urges firms to focus on severe RDP flaw

Microsoft patches Windows 8 Consumer Preview | Is Siri getting stupider?

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Microsoft urges firms to focus on severe RDP flaw
The software giant tells companies to act quickly to protect vulnerable systems from hackers exploiting a technology for remotely accessing Windows computers. Read More


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Microsoft patches Windows 8 Consumer Preview
Black Tuesday now officially extends to Windows 8 Consumer Preview, with four new patches released this week. They join the four patches that were released on the "Second Tuesday" round, on Feb. 26. Read More

Is Siri getting stupider?
The problem, according to a class-action lawsuit filed by New York resident Frank Fazio: The iPhone 4S's Siri feature does not perform as advertised. Read More


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As consumers use more smartphones, tablets and other devices over the coming years, the need for backhaul capacity -- or the links between the cell tower and the wired Internet -- will grow in step, Read More

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When the last Cobol programmers walk out the door, 50 years of business processes encapsulated in the software they created may follow. Read More




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