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Windows exploit leaked -- by Microsoft?

Apple protestors darken the new iPad's big day | Android continues to be most targeted by hackers

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Windows exploit leaked -- by Microsoft?
An attack exploiting a recently patched critical Windows flaws appeared on a Chinese site Thursday, but the source of the code appears to be Microsoft itself. Read More

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Apple protestors darken the new iPad's big day
In synch with today's launch of the new iPad, dozens of protestors showed up at Apple stores to demonstrate their opposition to the company's alleged worker abuse at overseas factories. Read More

Android continues to be most targeted by hackers
Android is still the most attractive smartphone OS for malevolent hackers, so devices based on the platform will continue to get compromised, researchers said at Black Hat Europe Friday. Read More

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Google plans major overhaul of its search
Google is planning major changes to its search engine that will make it easier and faster for users to get the information they need. The company wants to do away with simply searching for word strings and coming out with website links. Read More

Microsoft slices Office 365 costs to woo enterprises
The cloud wars between Microsoft and its rivals are intensifying as the company has announced price cuts of up to 20 percent on Office 365 subscriptions for enterprises. Read More

Van Rossum: Python is not too slow
In an interview, Python inventor Guido van Rossum also highlights need for new branch and prospects for the language. Read More

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