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How Microsoft's new browser will keep you safe.
The company's new browser will be liberated from ActiveX and other old technologies. That should make Edge more competitive -- and help the Web itself move into the future.
Is there any good reason Google is blocking Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps via the Internet Explorer browser?
HP's TouchPad liquidation sale says a lot about the company, the tablet market and its ability to keep an e-commerce site running.
Among the holes fixed by updates on Patch Tuesday will be vulnerabilities in VBScript and SMB that are exposed to attack due to exploit code being in the wild.
Critical security patches from Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle will keep IT administrators busy.
Microsoft will have a relatively light Patch Tuesday next week, fixing eight holes with two bulletins, but a fix for a zero-day VBScript vulnerability is still pending.
New vulnerability in Windows and Office could allow an attacker to take control of IE 6 and IE 7 systems, software maker says.
One workaround for hole that could be exploited by attackers taking control of Windows running IE is to avoid pressing the F1 key when prompted by a Web site.