Staroffice added to Google Pack

Normally you would have to pay around $70 to get a copy of StarOffice, but as of last week it comes bundled with Google Pack. StarOffice 8 is a full-featured office suite that contains a word process...

Symantec launches Norton AntiBot

Symantec Arms Consumers Against PC Hijackers with Norton AntiBot CUPERTINO, Calif. – July 17, 2007 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the release of Norton AntiBot, the industry’s first ...

Zoho Viewer

View and Share Documents On-line Get rid of attachments. Just upload your document, grab the URL and share it with your friends or post it in blogs / forums. No sign up required. It may not be the sa...

SP3 for XP fixes 900 “errors”

Giant update for Windows XP is on its way! While previously denied by Microsoft, SP3 will be released sometime during the autumn. A test version released to a smaller group of beta testers reveals a ...

IBM throws 3900 servers

IBM will consolidate some 3,900 computer servers onto about 30 System z mainframes running the Linux operating system. The company expects the new set-up to use about 80 percent less energy than the ...

XP still favoured over Vista

Recent OS market share trends provided by Net Applications reveals that the IT community still favours XP over Vista. Only minor changes in OS’ used by Internet users are registered over the la...

Introducing Wireless USB

Later this year you might be able to throw away your cables when (if) wireless USB hits the market. The following products have already been approved by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF): Dell Insp...

Worlds most common passwords

Protecting your computer and personal files should be considered very important. But according to PC magazine the following ten passwords are used extensively worldwide (mainly for access to the PC o...

Firefox 2.0.0.5 released

The latest build in the FF 2 series was released yesterday. According to the release notes this release fixes several critical vulnerabilities besides the more obvious bug fixes. Critical MFSA 2007-2...

New Hack Code can Hijack CPU’s

A new Hack Code can steal CPU time without being noticed! Three scientists have developed a new kind of attack against Linux, Windows and Unix. Prior to an international IT security convention in Bos...