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The flawed Internet Explorer browser, not bad blood with Microsoft, is the reason that Windows Phone users have been unable to access Google Maps on their mobile devices, officials from the Mountain View, California-based tech giant have claimed.
Microsoft is now investigating reports that Internet Explorer versions 6, 7 and 8 are leaving the computers which run them vulnerable to zero-day attacks.
Earlier this week, it was discovered that 4 of every 10 Americans were vulnerable to a dangerous zero-day exploit found in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
On Monday, another zero-day bug was reported in Internet Explorer with a pretty shocking statistic: 4 out of every 10 Americans are in danger of having their machines remotely accessed as a result of this zero-day flaw.
Fans of Google’s web-based apps who insist on operating IE8 will, as of November 15 of this year, be left in the dust.
Adobe released an emergency patch to address a critical vulnerability in their Flash Player software.
ROCKLEDGE, Florida, August 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Free Web-Based Feed Reader Funnels Feeds Into an Organized Knowledge and Productivity Tool Helps Users Quickly Search, Find and Explore Relevant Info From RSS Feed Subscriptions Q-Sensei today launches its FeedBooster, an advanced web-based feed reader with unique and powerful search technology enabling users to "boost" productivity by quickly and accurately honing in on relevant and timely information from the...
Netvibes (www.netvibes.com), the leading widget and personalized startpage platform, today announced its partnership with Rambler.ru (www.rambler.ru), one of Russia's most popular Internet portals, to power personalized startpages across Russia and the CIS.
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