In rare out-of-cycle security update, Microsoft fixes hole that put IE users at risk of attacks via ActiveX and other controls.
Euro-sextet ends a simulated Mars mission after 105 days sealed into a facility designed to mimic a potential spacecraft built to fly to Mars and back.
Drager's Infinity M540 displays a patient's real-time vital signs on the go. Designed to fit in the palm of a caregiver's hand, the display auto-rotates so that it is always upright.
Sanyo has completed installation of parking lots in Tokyo for 100 of its eneloop electric bicycles. The lots will use solar power to recharge the bikes.
Microsoft blog admits extra ampersand led to security bug exploited by hackers since early July.
Base-X portable operations center includes everything but the kitchen sink.
On today's show, Apple wants to wipe all HTC phones from the face of the earth, apparently because Steve Jobs is just grouchy about this whole business. Donald and Molly engage in a nice long talk about the validity of software patents.
There's no telling how bad the swine flu outbreak will be, but experts say companies should be preparing for the worst.
The whole non-saga of "Balloon Boy" can be seen as tacky and embarrassing. But isn't it sort of comforting that we all freaked out together?
Let's face the truth: Apple gets a ridiculous amount of free publicity because we've all bought into the idea that it's special. Kudos to the corporate media planners on a job well done.