IE6: The Browser That Refused To Die
On the information superhighway, Internet Explorer 6 is a Ford Pinto with a fuel leak. So why are so many Web users still puttering along in this ticking time bomb?
BMC Software Sees Hybrid Clouds On Horizon
Seeking to manage virtual machines in the cloud from the same management console as on-premises VMs, BMC is enabling internal data centers to work with external resources.
Twitter Hack Tars Google's Cloud
The distribution of internal Twitter documents by a hacker has revived doubts about the security of cloud computing. But Google wants everyone to know that security tools are available for those who want to use them.
Groups Seek Cloud Computing Standards
A number of bodies jointly seek standardization in areas including security, management frameworks, data exchange formats, and cloud taxonomies and reference models.
Review: Firefox 3.5 Makes Browsing Better
Mozilla's latest Web browser is a solid step forward, with features including private browsing, geolocation, and support for the latest audio, video, graphics, and HTML 5.
Google Chrome OS: Vaporware Or Victory?
Chrome OS, Google's newly announced operating system, isn't just a swipe at Microsoft. It's an attempt to realize the cloud computing future that Google's been predicting.
HTC Posts $197 Million Profit
While the company is an early adopter of the Android platform, Windows Mobile smartphones account for the bulk of its sales.
Samsung Predicts Strong Second Quarter
The company had a fivefold increase in operating profits from the previous quarter thanks to increased market share in the handset and flat-panel television markets.