PDF Security Exploit Emerges
[September 21, 2007] Thus far it's in the hands of a white hat hacker who has reported it to Adobe. But it could spell bad news if the bad guys find it before Adobe fixes it. [more Enterprise]
Microformats: Toward a Semantic Web
[September 21, 2007] The connected Web gets even more connected as hundreds of millions of
microformatted pieces of content spread across the Web. Is ubiquity coming
Microsoft Scopes Out 'Real World' Security Threats
[September 21, 2007] BlueHat, not to be confused with Black Hat, gives security experts a chance to tell Microsoft engineers how to make more secure product. [more Enterprise]
Trilog Extends SaaS Tentacles To Project Management
[September 21, 2007] Now that everyone has seemingly found religion with the Software-as-a-Service model, upstarts like Trilog Group are moving beyond CRM to get some of that SMB cash.
Steve Jobs to Testify in Backdating Case
[September 21, 2007] Apple's CEO slated to be deposed in case related to former general counsel Nancy Heinen. [more Business]
Oracle Shatters 1Q Estimates
[September 21, 2007] Another blockbuster earnings report ratchets up the pressure on arch-rival SAP. [more Business]
Stocks Shake Off Brief Slump
[September 21, 2007] Wall Street rallied Friday to end the week on an up note, thanks in part to strong earnings from Oracle. [more Business]
Widgets Come to Amazon Associates
[September 21, 2007] The mini-application craze is full on. [more Ecommerce]
Home Printer Spits Out Counterfeit Cash
[September 21, 2007] Bogus $100 bills fooled casinos.
SAP's On-Demand Strategy Draws Tepid Reviews
[September 20, 2007] It's early in the game but Wall Street analysts and industry pundits say its Business By Demand service raises more questions than it answers.
IT Departments Giving Vista The Cold Shoulder
[September 20, 2007] A recent survey finds many IT shops still aren't ready to commit to Windows Vista. [more Business]
Do Broadcasters Finally 'Get' the Internet?
[September 20, 2007] Some say recent deals from ABC and NBC indicate that yes, the big TV broadcasters have finally pulled their head out of the sand.
Firefox 3 Secures Extensions
[September 20, 2007] Latest development build of Firefox 3 tightens security in open source browser.
Intel Open Sources Power Savings
[September 20, 2007] New power initiative from Intel targets Linux power consumption in an effort
to use 'less watts.'
PC Sales Stronger Than Expected in Q2
[September 20, 2007] Laptop sales continue to close the gap with desktop PCs but both continue to sell well, although Vista isn't the reason.
Market Slows After 2-Day Rally
[September 20, 2007] While the overall stock market cooled off after impressive gains earlier this week, PC makers gained based on good news from Gartner and Oracle advanced on strong earnings. [more Business]
NetScout Gets Network General For $205M
[September 20, 2007] Combined entity will tackle network performance and assurance. [more Business]
HP's Mobile Mania Answer
[September 20, 2007] IT departments face a proliferation of mobile devices that they don't necessarily know about. HP says it can help.
Storage Industry Upbeat For Now
[September 19, 2007] Small-form factor devices, lower power consumption and the next generation of manufacturing technology take center stage.
Same Patent Fight, New Patent Challenges
[September 19, 2007] NTP finds itself back in the patent-litigation spotlight, except it might not be as bright. [more Business]
Microsoft's PerformancePoint Server Makes Deadline
[September 19, 2007] The Redmond, WA software giant releases new business intelligence tool, plus ships two service packs for other technologies.
Lawmakers Float VoIP-Based 911 Bill
[September 19, 2007] If passed, providers would have the same access to the emergency lines everyone else has. [more Networking]
SAP: It's 'Business ByDesign'
[September 19, 2007] The software giant details its first on-demand, hosted business application service targeting, at least for now, small- and mid-sized companies.
Competitors Await SAP's On-Demand Threat [more xSP]
Google Intros Gadget Ads Format
[September 19, 2007] The search giant makes another play for brand advertising
Coverity Satisfies Code Analysis
[September 19, 2007] The company rolls out patented new Boolean satisfiability code-analysis
technology to weed out false positives and find more software