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Mozilla investigating new Firefox flaw

Mozilla's security team is busy looking into a new Firefox flaws for which hackers revealed exploit code over the weekend.

Parallels expands reach with distribution partner

Desktop virtualization software provider Parallels has signed on Tech Data to distribute its software.

HP's Hurd confirms he OK'd probe; Dunn resigns

HP CEO and President Mark Hurd Friday confirmed that he approved a controversial internal probe of HP employees.

Microsoft Zune media device to ship for Christmas

Microsoft's iPod rival Zune will be out in the US in time for the Christmas shopping season.

Google's Schmidt joins Apple's board of directors

Apple CEO Steve Jobs says the CEO of Google brings a focus on innovation and extensive experience to Apple's board.

Microsoft leaks Vista pricing on Web site

Microsoft posted pricing for premium versions of Windows Vista on its Canadian Web site before pulling the information.

Toshiba will build Microsoft Zune players

Toshiba will build Microsoft's iPod rival, the Zune music player.

Microsoft campaign goes after 'cybersquatters'

Microsoft has filed three lawsuits in a new campaign to stop the misuse of its trademarks in Web domain names.

Ballmer: Microsoft must be 'multi-core'

Microsoft CEO says the company must be multicore, or be successful in multiple markets, to grow.

Microsoft: Vista will ship when it's ready

Microsoft said Vista will ship when it's ready, giving the company more room to delay the OS release further.

Microsoft will release iPod rival this year

Microsoft will ship competitors to Apple's iPod and iTunes this year.

Gates to step out of daily role at Microsoft

Bill Gates will step down from his day-to-day role at Microsoft in 2008.

Microsoft announces Vista minimum requirements

Microsoft has outlined the minimum hardware requirements for Windows Vista on a new Web site. Apple hasn't announced its intentions for Vista and Boot Camp, but preliminary indications suggest that Intel-based Macs will make the cut.

Google dives deeper into vertical, social search

Googles extends its Internet-based offerings releasing several new services.

Microsoft misses analysts' target for Q3

Microsoft revenue grew 13 percent for Q3 but the company missed analyst earnings estimates by a penny.