Late last night Google finally published an official response to the dozens of malicious Android applications that had infiltrated the Android Market. Updated.
Talk about procrastination (or rather, ignorance of a fundamental flaw in your OS for nearly two decades): a Google engineer recently discovered a vulnerability in Microsoft's 32-bit Windows kernel that had been around since 1993.
Wired Science has a wonderfully weird collection of offbeat patches to commemorate various NASA missions, featuring everything from Marvin the Martian to Stephen Colbert, and the stories behind them. [Wired Science]
Windows XP SP3 will start shipping to manufacturers and IT workers next Monday, 4/21. The Following Tuesday, 4/29, it will be made available for download over Windows Update. This is the final version of SP3, following the RC1 and RC2 builds offered earlier in the year, which promises to boost performance by 10% and …
Doctors and nurses will soon be able to receive updates on their patients with a quick glance at their cellphones, thanks to RFID skin-patch technology developed by Gentag, a DC-based IP development company. The Band-Aid-like patches are flexible and water resistant, and will be able to keep track of a patient's drug…
Microsoft published a final compatibility update for Vista iPod users that should eliminate any problems still happening. This patch fixes the problem that caused iPod to get corrupted after trying to eject using Windows Explorer or "Safely Remove Hardware."