From Starter to Ultimate: What’s really in each Windows 7 Edition? – With Windows 7, Microsoft has actually put together a basic feature set that makes sense across the board, with a consistent upgrade strategy to move between versions based on your requirements and your budget.
Video: Find and delete hidden Windows Vista and XP device drivers – Sorting out device driver problems in Windows, can be a tricky. Windows Vista and XP often retain old drivers even if you upgrade or change hardware. Unfortunately, these old, and sometimes hidden, drivers can cause hardware conflicts or make your system behave erratically — even if you’re no longer using them.
Malware poses as fake Yellowsn0w iPhone unlocker – The (now down) WordPress blog yellowsn0w221.wordpress.com was promoting Yellowsn0w-iPhone-Unlock-3G-2-2-1-final.exe at the following IP 126.96.36.199 which is now returning a reported attack site image, presumably in an attempt by the author to cover up his activities.
Symantec Says Phishers Have New Tools – Automated toolkits are making it easier to attack services such as Facebook, Twitter and financial services brands.
Snow Leopard and Windows 7: Two flavors of the same GUI? – Has Microsoft, after more than 20 years of work, finally come up with an operating system that rivals the Mac OS? Are the two just different flavors of the same GUI?
Feds Need 10,000 Cyber Security Experts – The head of the DoD-sponsored Digital Forensics Challenge said that contests like this will help the U.S. government find the talent it needs.
Microsoft is ‘Bing’ for a Day – For one day, at least, Microsoft’s Bing pulled ahead of Yahoo.