Botnet cheats online advertisers: Chameleon botnet has defrauded online advertisers $6.2 million monthly by generating fake clicks on ads and websites.
TOM-Skype, the Chinese version of Skype has been found again of methodically monitoring its users for certain keywords and transferring the details of such users back to its [...]
Motorola Mobility and its parent Google are likely to lose a patent dispute in Germany that could force it to shut down its Google Maps service in an extreme case. A final [...]
The European Union has fined Microsoft for failing to provide European users a choice of using alternate web browsers.
The European Commission on March 6 fined Microsoft $731 million for non-compliance with an agreement that would allow European Windows users a free choice of internet browsers.
The ambitious Fifth Element project aims to support the more than 60 million people who suffer from autism by using none other than the Microsoft Kinect, originally designed [...]
Apple announced a massive $8.2 billion profit for Q3 2012 on $36 billion in quarterly revenue, but its stock price fell.
Yesterday regulators in the EU charged Microsoft with a breach of promise to consumer in not having provided rival browser choices. The ruling, handed down by EU antitrust [...]
Microsoft announced an unusual move to combat piracy and malware in China: the software giant will not be selling a boxed version of Windows 8 and future products in China
Yesterday Microsoft announced an interesting element of their Bing search revamp, a partnership with Klout as an influence modifier for the product. With this latest [...]