Mozilla on Tuesday said that it will not patch a bug that blocks the display of a warning when Firefox detects a potentially deceptive URL, saying the flaw was not a threat.
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Like many scams on Facebook, the "Dislike" button succeeded because <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/190278/twitter_phishing_scam_blame_browsers_and_users.html?tk=rel_news">people are gullible</a>. Here's how to not become one of those people.
Twitter has launched its Tweet Button, whose goal is to simplify the sharing of Web links on Twitter both for Web publishers and for end users.
If you couldn't reach 911 in an emergency, what would you do? Call a neighbor? Scream for help? Post a plea for <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9172378/Social_networking_addicts_updating_from_bed_bathroom">assistance on Facebook</a> ?
Google yesterday shifted Chrome 6 into beta, a move that puts the browser one step closer to a stable release.
Facebook has implemented some changes to enhance the experience of browsing through photos, one of the most popular activities on the social networking site, to which people have uploaded tens of billions of images.
Google recently started rolling out a <a href="http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2010/08/updates-to-contacts-and-slightly-new.html">new Gmail contacts interface</a> that includes new sorting features, keyboard shortcuts, improved labels, and more. There ...
It looks like <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9136345/Google_Update">Google</a> may be looking for a new online fight.
Microsoft today issued a record 14 security updates to patch a record-tying 34 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Office and Silverlight.
Apple today began taking orders for its most expensive computer, the Mac Pro, but won't ship the tower-style desktop to customers for at least a week and a half.
Microsoft on Friday said it is investigating an unpatched vulnerability in Windows after an Israeli researcher revealed a bug in the operating system's kernel driver.
Google on Friday confirmed that it has acquired Slide, an online entertainment company focused on virtual communities.
Lessons learned from the demise of <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9138717/Google_Wave_could_threaten_Facebook_Twitter">Google Wave</a> -- Google threw in the towel on its first social networking offering this week -- could provide th...
Hoping to leapfrog over Google and Apple's successes in the smartphone market, Microsoft plans to use cloud-based speech recognition and natural language processing technology to offer user interface capabilities not found on the iPhone or Android de...
Although some had hoped that Microsoft would violate its own patching policy, the company yesterday stuck to its guns and declined to provide a fix for a critical bug to users running Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).
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