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Microsoft has announced it has released the source code for MS DOS 1.1 and 2.0 and Word for Windows 1.1a to the public as part of a project with the Computer History Museum.
Microsoft has released some sample code for its Kinect for Windows SDK under an open source license via CodePlex. It has also expanded the reach of the device for educational purposes.
The Android Jelly Bean source code has been released for developers along with proprietary binaries for Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus devices. Expect updates from developers soon.
Fabien Sanglard rips apart Quake 3's source code and does an excellent job explaining it with both words and diagrams. It's a must-read for anyone interested in game development.
Anonymous announces on Twitter that it has released the Norton AntiVirus 2006 source code with the world via The Pirate Bay, months after first claiming to have got their hands on it.
A new study finds that open source quality has increased and even become “slightly better” than closed source software when codebases are on par.
Symantec admits that as part of a sting operation it offered to pay $50,000 to the hacker who said he had the source code to the company's PCAnywhere and Norton Anti-Virus products.
PC security software company Symantec has now admitted that the online theft of some of its source code could pose an "increased risk" for users of its pcAnywhere product.
Symantec has now admitted that the source code obtained by hackers for its line of anti-virus software was obtained in 2006 from its own servers, rather than from a third party.
Anti-virus software maker Symantec has admitted that hackers have leaked the source code for one of its products onto the Internet but claim that the code that was leaked is several years old.
The action-driving sequel Fast Five was the most pirated movie on the Internet in 2011, according to a new list that uses download info from thousands of BitTorrent users, among other sources.
Just a few days after being released, the Kindle Fire OS gets its source code opened up for the world to download. The software is a fork of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, tweaked to suit the new tablet.
Things just do not seem to be going Sony's way these last few weeks. First their entire PlayStation Network was hacked with information stolen and quickly leaked onto the Internet, then when the service was...
The popular Nokia-maintained mobile operating system, Symbian, now finds itself open after Nokia decided to publish the most recent master source code. In a post on the Symbian website, Nokia says it is "making the...
The popular Kaspersky Anti-Virus suite appears to have had its source code leaked online to torrent and file sharing sites. According to the description of the leak, the source code was stolen from the Kaspersky labs back in...
Today, technology media giant Gawker, that runs sites including Gizmodo and Lifehacker, has had their source code and databases leaked to a popular torrent website. Gawker issued in a statement to anyone who has an account...
In celebration of Verizon's Droid X launch, Google has announced the immediate availability of the Android 2.2 (aka Froyo) source code. Since a few days after Google's I/O developers conference back in May, Nexus One...