Safari, Apples Web Browser
Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc., and included in Mac OS X. It was first released as a public beta on January 7, 2003, and a final version was included as the default browser in Mac OS X v10.3. A preview version for Windows was released for the first time on June […]
Is Google breaking another law?
Google has been told that it may be breaking European privacy laws by keeping people’s search information on its servers for up to two years. A data protection group that advises the European Union has written to the search giant to express concerns. The Article 29 group, made up of data protection commissioners […]
Microsoft may be ready for buying spree
Microsoft’s decision to splash out $6 billion for online ad firm Aquantive is by far the firm’s biggest acquisition yet and could mark a change in its attitude towards acquisitions. The conventional wisdom regarding Microsoft has always said that it is a company culturally or philosophically averse to big deals and, until now, the […]
DRM group vows to fight bloggers
Bloggers were said to have “crossed the line” when they posted a software key that could break the encryption on some HD-DVDs, the AACS copy protection body has said.
Thousands of websites published the key, which had been uncovered in a bid to circumvent digital rights management (DRM) technology on HD-DVD discs.
Microsoft settles over Excel name
A LONG RUNNING ROW between Microsoft and Savvysoft came to a close after the two agreed to disagree under agreeable terms. In November 2004 it was reported that Microsoft screwed up big time by delivering papers to Savvysoft for appropriating the name “Excel”, even though Thee Vole had forgotten to trademark the name when […]
Is DIGG going to be DUGG?
The massive community of the extremely popular social content site, DIGG, are up in arms about a recent ‘covering’ up of their content.
Many of you may know that there was a recent code leak that unlocks the playback of HD-DVD material for use on Linux Operating Systems.
The Algorithm Apparently Killed Jeeves
Ask launched a strange nationwide campaign not long ago with cryptic billboards that raise more questions than supporting the brand. The first appeared weeks ago with only what looked like a blue button and the quote “The algorithm killed Jeeves”