HTML5 won

HTML5 won

TORONTO--Despite persistent industry chatter about HTML5 eventually bringing on the demise of Adobe’s Flash, an executive with Adobe Systems Corp....

April 26th, 2010 Kathleen Lau

Group cries foul over Outlook

Group cries foul over Outlook

The co-founder of an Australian software company is fronting a worldwide campaign to “fix” e-mail standards compliance problems with Microsoft...

July 2nd, 2009 Dave Webb

Beefed up Firefox busts dangerous Web attack

Beefed up Firefox busts dangerous Web attack

A popular free security tool for the Firefox browser has been upgraded to block one of the most dangerous and...

October 7th, 2008 Jeremy Kirk

In security, less is more

In security, less is more

Complexity is the enemy of security. Simple systems are inherently more secure than complex solutions. We see this idea validated...

June 3rd, 2008 Andreas Antonopoulos

Microsoft introduces free and ‘friendly’ blog tool

Microsoft introduces free and ‘friendly’ blog tool

A new desktop application from Microsoft Corp., now in beta, lets bloggers see the look of a blog posting before...

August 14th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

JavaScript may follow Python lead

JavaScript may follow Python lead

As it evolves, JavaScript will take its cues from the Python language, Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript, said at...

May 25th, 2006 Paul Krill

PDF creature still haunts NZ government sites

PDF creature still haunts NZ government sites

A number of government agency Web sites are still not fullycompliant with accessibility guidelines and are unlikely to be sountil...

February 13th, 2006 Stephen Bell

IBM looks to improve Web usage for visually impaired

IBM looks to improve Web usage for visually impaired

IBM Corp. on Thursday will preview technology intended to assess and grade Web sites on their accessibility to people who...

July 14th, 2004 Paul Krill

Closing the Web app hole

Closing the Web app hole

Given that corporate security is only as good as its weakest link, Web applications — arguably the weakest link —...

April 21st, 2004 Chris Conrath