Rules for Internet sought by global group

Researchers from Canada and around the world working under the auspices of an independent think tank founded by former Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie and a United Kingdom-based institute have launched a

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Yahoo still fixing email problems

A week after its email service went down Yahoo Inc. says it is still working to get service back up to 100 per cent. “As part of the restoration process, some timestamps may

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ICANN to target Internet governance issues

In a move eyed by many as an effort to restore public confidence in the Internet, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has created a panel made of IT professionals,

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Unpatched flaws still favourite attack vector: IBM X-Force

Zero day exploits and custom malware pack deadly punches and frequently grab the headlines, but many cyber criminals are focusing on less sophisticated methods to bypass security, according to a recent report from

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Patch Tuesday brings more IE fixes

  Microsoft Corp.'s monthly Patch Tuesday arrived with a familiar gift: More fixes for Internet Explorer.As IDG News reports, fixes for IE dominated the 19 critical vulnerabilities patched last month, and this month

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: August 13th, 2013 Howard Solomon

IE11 preview for Windows 7 now available

Learning its lesson from complaints it got last year over the late release of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7, Microsoft Corp., today announced the release of a preview of IE11 for Windows

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Pricey lunch with Yahoo

Silicon Valley is all a buzz about who placed the winning $90,000 bid on a lunch with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. The online charity auction for a lunch with Mayer which was held

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Canuck technology used in Pakistan Web clamp down?

A Canadian technology company’s Web filtering solution is being used by the Pakistani government to censor Internet content in the country, according to a report from Internet research organization Citizen Lab.Citizen Lab, based

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WebRTC: Disruptive or oversold?

The latest disruptive technology said to be greater than sliced bread may be right in front of your nose. It’s called WebRTC, a Javascript application programming interface (API) that allows multimedia communications through

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: May 24th, 2013 Howard Solomon