Can Cadillac's upstart ATS-V really challenge BMW's legendary M3 and Mercedes-AMG's thunderous C63 for sport-sedan supremacy?
The notion of Net neutrality means all Internet traffic gets treated the same. But a deep divide exists on what rules -- if any -- will fuel innovation and protect US consumers.
Repair the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile in Windows' Programs and Features applet to jump-start the installation of a balky Windows security update.
The company will roll out eight bulletins tomorrow designed to patch 23 security holes found among Windows, Internet Explorer, Silverlight, and the .NET framework.
Major breakthrough in jointly-written proposal for lawmakers is an agreement that the FCC's nondiscrimination clause would be enforceable.
Patch Tuesday next week will see fixes for vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Visual Studio, .NET Framework, and GDI+.
Draft legislation by Congressman Henry Waxman largely tracks with the FCC proposal and the Google-Verizon framework, observes Stanford Law fellow Larry Downes. Will it break the logjam?
Hole affects all versions of the .Net framework when used on Windows Server operating systems. Desktop systems are not vulnerable unless they are being used to run a Web server.
The framework is no more and no less than an offer of peace in the raging Net neutrality war, issued by two of the leading combatants, argues Stanford Law fellow Larry Downes.
The major upgrade to Microsoft's flagship development tool line includes editions for students and a high-end suite for corporate development teams.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is releasing a series of papers studying the benefits of broadband and advocating for a continued loose regulatory framework.