It's been revealed that a vulnerability in Windows 7 and 8, makes it easier for remote hackers to guess the targetted computer's password by decrypting the user password hint.
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Stefano previously wrote for Neowin.net back in 2011 - 2012.
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YouTube have launched a new video hub for the United States 2012 Elections that will allow users to watch 'key moments' from now until election day, all from the comfort of their computer chair.
Google have added a nifty feature that allows users to save their search settings and tie it to their Google accounts, regardless of which device or browser you're using.
For anyone not noticing the change, Google have updated their search engine icon to an all blue image, a move away from the former multi-coloured 'g'.
Microsoft revealed yesterday that amongst their financial performance, Skype usage has gone up 50% in the last quarter with 115 billion minutes worth of calls globally in the same period.
Forget Google's Street View for the road! The company has released new panoramic images of the South Pole and several 'landmarks' on our southern most continent.
The new look, and long overdue PayPal website revamp is coming tomorrow, and screenshots of the website reveal the more modern, simplified design that should appease customers
Mozilla are trying to make HTML/CSS easier to learn by launching an online editor that allows you to create and host webpages.
A hacker going by the name of Reckz0r or "Jeremy", claims to have gained over 50GB of data from Visa and Mastercard customers, it would be wise to watch your credit info closely.
If the changes late last year weren't enough, YouTube are now rolling out a re-designed homepage to reflect what they call "social integration."
Microsoft is releasing several updates today to correct 27 vulnerabilities, many of them being critical and related to allowing remote code execution.
Twitter has decided to simplify their logo for good, removing all text, leaving only the little blue bird to represent the site.
Adobe has now made their next version of the industry standard software package, Adobe Creative Suite 6, publicly available.
Mozilla have now finalised and released the next version of their popular, open source internet browser, Firefox 12.
The micro-blogging website, tumblr, has announced a somewhat controversial move to switch to paid advertising.