John E. Dunn

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Windows 8 ditches Aero interface for ‘clean’ look

In a lengthy blog on the history of the operating system's interface a Microsoft exec explains why Vista's glass is out and XP's simplicity is back in

New worms part of larger cybermalware campaign

Kaspersky Lab researchers believe there's some evidence of a connection between the Stuxnet and Duqu worms, suggesting they were created by a single team

JustOne Database unveils new database design in first beta

The Anglo-U.S. startup has emerged from stealth mode this month with a new type of database design it believes can transform the way this class of software is used by many enterprises

Iran’s Orwellian cyber-police target dissent

Facebook and Twitter users face up to Big Brotherrn

Sophos delights Mac users with free antivirus

Users will also get indefinite signature file updates as new Mac malware is discovered, and will not be pestered to upgrade to a "full" product

Antivirus scanning becoming inadequate: Webroot CEO

The company has bought U.K.-based Prevx and will integrate the company's cloud-oriented application profiling into its existing portfolio

BlackBerry offers users free security app

The app, which BlackBerry owners can use to track down their lost or stolen devices, will also allow users to remote wipe, backup, and changed password settings. Find out more

IBM, Sybase upgrade analytics capabilities

Both companies have updated their analytics products with better unstructured data querying, plus other enhancements

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