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Red Hat launches Enterprise Linux 6
Open source solution provider, Red Hat, launches Enterprise Linux 6, which delivers the comprehensive foundation customers need for physical, virtualised and cloud deployments.
Alert India averted Stuxnet bug threat
Much before the world got busy making guesses about the origins of the deadly Stuxnet internet worm, the Department of Information Technology’s Computer Emergency Response Team averted a disaster in India’s energ...
Computer hackers look to target power plants
Computer hackers have begun targeting power plants and other critical infrastructure around the world.
Cyber thiefs cash in on loopholes in social media sites
Cybercriminals are cashing in on vulnerabilities of softwares and social media to attack users in India, according to security software maker Trend Micro.
Online CAT may use open source code post glitch
Leading IIMs, still smarting under the recent fiasco over online CAT debut, are creating their own firewall against similar disasters in future. World's top Universities
Google-powered netbooks to debut next year
Google on Thursday provided a peek beneath the hood of its new Chrome operating system, making the software public and promising it will run netbooks by the end of next year.
Google to launch Chrome operating system
The Chrome OS will offer its program code to developers across globe and create another ‘open source’ competition for MS. OS war: Google vs MS | Windows 7
Microsoft, Yahoo team up to beat Google search
Experts say the Google brand will be unaffected till Microsoft proves its worth in the search arena.
Microsoft, Yahoo challenge Google: Bing it on
By joining forces, Microsoft and Yahoo are betting they will be able to focus on their respective strengths.
Google's operating system escalates Microsoft duel
Google Inc. is hoping to gain greater control over how personal computers work by developing a free operating system that will attack Microsoft Corp.'s golden goose _ its long-dominant Windows franchise.
Social networking sites 'keep deleted photos': Research
User photographs can still be found on many social networking sites including Facebook after people have deleted them, British researchers said on Thursday.
Browse the world with Explorer 8
A web browser today is not just confined to an isolated application, but has become a part of the wider IT infrastructure.
Now, a laptop that shouts 'Stop, thief!' when stolen!
In what seemed to be the latest technological feat, scientists have developed a laptop which can shout 'stop, thief!' when stolen.
In shift, Microsoft sells software online
Microsoft has opened its first online store in the United States offering its ubiquitous programs for downloading.
Microsoft Live gets social in website make-over
Microsoft ramped up its battle for Internet popularity with plans to make Windows Live services more social. Software that tells age I PC Games I Tech trends for 2009