Macs no longer immune to viruses?
Apple’s growing market share and adoption of same processors used in Windows machines are making Macs a bigger target for viruses.
Apache Now the Leader in SSL Servers
According to Netcraft Apache has overtaken Microsoft as the leading software behind secure web servers. Apache now runs on 44.0% of secure web sites, compared to 43.8% for Microsoft.
Winners of ASP.NET for Flash

Thanks to Friends of Ed we had 5 copies to give away of; ASP.NET for Flash. Out of the many correct answers we have drawn five users that have won a copy of ASP.NET for Flash, read more to see if you are amongst the lucky winners.

Review & competition AJAX and PHP book

We've got a mini-review and competition of AJAX and PHP. The friendly people of PACKT Publishing are giving away 5 books.

eBay in talks with Google competitors
eBay is talking to Google's competitors, Microsoft and Yahoo on ways that either company could collaborate with the auction site to fend off Google Base.
More Podcasts Than Radio Stations Worldwide

The number of Podcasts recently surpassed the total number of radio stations worldwide with a total number of 44,000 Podcast feeds under management.


Microsoft automatically notifies users who are running a non-genuine copy of Windows

Microsoft is expanding it's Genuine Advantage-program in various countries with notifications to users with a non-genuine copy of Windows-versions.


Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 released

Microsoft has released beta 2 of it's browser. According to the company Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 is a major step forward in ease of use and security.


Microsoft developing next mobile OS

Microsoft is developing a new mobile OS code-named "Crossbow". The OS will incorporate features such as instant messaging on public and private networks. Furthermore it will have strong links with Office 2007 and Exchange 12, Microsoft's pending new office application suite and e-mail server. Crossbow will be the successor to Windows Mobile 5.0, released in May 2005.


Mozilla users urged to upgrade

Users have been urged to upgrade to the latest versions of Mozilla's software to protect themselves from a series of critical security holes.

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