Adobe has released Captivate 6, the latest version of its e-learning software, with support for HTML5, which helps users quickly create e-learning and mobile learning content.
Apple has announced the Apple Design Award winners at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Moscone West, San Francisco.
After Apple's announcement that it would be ditching Google Maps in favour of its own Map app at its keynote WWDC address, TomTom has revealed that the Cupertino, California-based company has signed an agreement to use its maps.
Apple has announced iOS 6, which brings over 200 new features to its popular mobile operating system, including Apple Maps and Facebook integration.
Apple has officially announced OS X Mountain Lion, the ninth major release for its Mac operating system, with new and revamped features inspired by tablet and smartphone computing.
Judge Alsup has ruled that the entire infringement point in the case between Oracle and Google was moot, as the Java APIs in question were not copyrightable, and therefor were open to use by anybody for free. This decision sets a landmark precedent in software law and copyright law, and will surely be tested in
Researchers have discovered a massive piece of malware that seems to be yet another cyberweapon designed to target Iran and other Middle Eastern nations.
Motorola Mobility has been found guilty of infringing several of Microsoft's patents relating to mobile phone text messages, exacerbating a growing dispute between the two companies.
Iran has threatened to sue Google over its omission of the disputed name of the Persian Gulf on Google Maps.
The jury in the Oracle versus Google trial has found that Google infringed the copyright of Java, which Oracle acquired when it bought Sun Microsystems in 2009.
Another round of patches are scheduled for release by Microsoft next week, on the 8th of May to be exact which many refer to as Patch Tuesday. There are seven to come out in total with four being rated as Important, and three Critical.
A new network traffic splitting system could provide security professionals with advance warning of cyber-attacks.
The week started with the British High Court ordering UK Internet Service Providers (ISPs) BT, Everything Everywhere, O2, TalkTalk and Virgin Media to block. Read on how to laugh at the block and continue using the site.
The British High court has ordered UK ISPs Sky, Everything Everywhere, TalkTalk, O2 and Virgin Media to block The Pirate Bay, self-proclaimed "galaxy's most resilient BitTorrent site" and "world's largest BitTorrent tracker".
Microsoft is set to show a preview of its upcoming Xbox music service at E3, which will mark the company's official replacement for the ill-fated Zune.
Apple will hold its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in early June, where it will unveil details about the future of iOS and OS X.
Security experts at Dr. Web argue that, despite recent reports alleging a major decrease in infected machines, a large number of Macintosh computers are still infected by the Flashback malware. Computer security company Kaspersky Lab agrees.
Adobe today announced their Creative Suite 6. The new releases consist of 14 CS6 applications and four Creative Suites – the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design and Web Premium, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design Standard, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium and Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection.
Over half a million Apple Mac computers have been infected with a computer trojan that connects them to an extensive botnet largely based in North America.
Keeping in line with its strategy of releasing public previews of their next-generation software, Microsoft has released public beta versions of their next generation operating system and SQL for the enterprise.