Monthly Archives: January 2011
Microsoft is warning Windows users of a new “critical” vulnerability that affects all supported versions of the company’s Windows operating system.
The issue, detailed in Security Advisory 2501696–released last week–details a vulnerability in the way Internet Explorer handles MHTML on certain types of Web pages and document objects. As a result, hackers Continue reading
Qwiki, a Google-meets-Wikipedia search engine quietly launched its “alpha” site on Monday. With very little fanfare and what seems to me to be lots of potential, this new fan-dangled search engine might just get some media attention.
Information from Qwiki’s “About Us” section… “We’ve all seen science fiction films (or read novels) where computers are able to collect data on behalf of humans, and present the Continue reading
Whats new in Internet Explorer 9? The improvements to Internet Explorer are as much about what you don’t see as what you do see. Internet Explorer 9 has a streamlined design, fewer dialog boxes to click through, more intuitive navigation, and many new features that speed up your web browsing experience. Features like Pinned Sites let you pin your favorite website directly to the taskbar for one-click access. Other features, Continue reading
Today, 1/11/11, Verizon is announcing “something” at 11:00am Eastern time and it’s most likely the iPhone. AT&T has had an exclusive agreement with Apple since the first iPhone was released and this stranglehold has kept many “Verizon” customers from getting their hands on one. It seems that’s all about to change. Continue reading
Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center issued a warning this week that it has spotted malicious code on the Internet that can take advantage of a flaw in Word and infect computers after a user does nothing more than Continue reading