Well, it took a bit longer than many security experts expected, but the first big security threat for Windows XP users has arrived. The zero day vulnerability will be quickly patched by Microsoft—for supported platforms at least. That means that this will be the first of many open wounds for Windows XP—known vulnerabilities left exposed because the OS is no longer supported by Microsoft. Security...

Summary: It took four years, but Microsoft has finally released full-featured Office apps for the iPad. As expected, the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps are free to install but require an Office 365 subscription to unlock the full set of features. Here’s what you can expect. Author: Ed Bott (ZDNet) Microsoft today released native iPad apps for its flagship Office programs—Word, Excel,...

Microsoft has released a blog post from General Counsel and EVP – Legal & Corporate Affairs Brad Smith detailing changes to its practices stemming from a recent report detailing how it read a blogger’s email without their permission to track down a source code leak. Microsoft will not be doing that ever again, the post says, and instead they’ll refer any and all potential similar situations...

Google Glass: Explorer Edition Review – Part 1 by Eric Tompkins Well, I have finally received my Google Glasses. Over the next few posts I will be walking you through my experiences and reviewing this hardware. First off lets look at the hardware specs. Specs: Price: $1500 USD (as of 2/6/2014) Fit Adjustable nosepads and durable frame fits any face. Extra nosepads...

Facebook posted a message at the top of Pages on the social network today to notify administrators that their the names will soon start to show up next to their posts and comments. The new feature, which will only be visible to other administrators, will launch on February 20 but will not be retroactive: only posts and comments on or after that date will be identified. The...