Microsoft has blamed overheating at one of its datacentres for Tuesday's outage of Hotmail and Outlook.com, promising it is implementing changes to prevent this happening again.
Iranian officials have recently enforced a nationwide ban on the use of all virtual private networks (VPNs) inside the country. The enforcement comes just three months ahead of Iran’s national elections.
Google is developing a new series of creative experiments called Art, Copy & Code, with the first being social driving app Volkswagen Smileage.
Hackers recently hit dozens of computer systems all across Europe due to a flaw recently discovered in Adobe’s software. NATO headquarters confirmed that they too had been attacked.
Adobe has launched the Photoshop Touch app for smartphones, letting iPhone and Android users employ touch-based gestures for image design and manipulation on the go.
If you are planning to purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office 2013, take note that it will be one copy per PC with no transfer available for any reason. Even wiping the hard drive from your old PC does not give you the ability to transfer it.
The virtual currency Bitcoins can now be used to buy a pizza, thanks to a new service that acts as a middleman for conversion of Bitcoins into US dollars.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Computer security firm Kaspersky Lab made a major blunder with its latest anti-virus update, which blocked Windows XP users from accessing the internet.
Google has released a panoramic view of the Grand Canyon, giving people throughout the world a glimpse of a whopping 75 miles of trails and roads at the iconic location.
CBS has replied to an injunction prohibiting any of its subsidiaries from reporting on P2P technology. CBS is arguing that their site, namely CNET, has the right to report about a technology without it necessarily being an endorsement of such.
NASA has announced the second International Space Apps Challenge, which tasks developers with coming up with mobile applications, software, hardware, data visualisation and platform solutions that contribute to space exploration or improve life on Earth.
Security experts are warning people not to run Java in their web browsers. While Oracle has issued a patch for the Java vulnerability, it may take up to two years before a complete fix is made.
A US software developer outsourced his job to China for just a fraction of his salary while he spent his days lazing about browsing the internet.
Oracle has issued a patch that fixes a major vulnerability in Java 7, which could let hackers access a user's system.
Software pirates who live outside of the US often think that they are safe from arrest and prosecution, especially if they live in China. However, a recent arrest of a Chinese software pirate through a bit of trickery by ICE shows that when you sell pirated software worth millions in licenses you can be found
Apple has refused to fix the Do Not Disturb bug that has plagued iPhones since the turn of the year, suggesting users simply wait it out until the feature returns to normal next week.
A new Android based Trojan horse infection is behind the latest rash of Spam text messages.
Computer security firm McAfee Labs has warned that 30 US banks face a major fraud attack by hackers in the New Year, which could result in the loss of millions of dollars.
Loopholes in the law have permitted the sale of cyberstalking apps for cell phones, but a new bill by the US Senate hopes to put an end to such sales.