An international debate is needed on the use of autonomous military robots, a leading academic has said.
In June, Facebook had grown by a massive 24 million users. It now has around 250 million active users and recieves 340 million global unique visitors.
With all the deals being introduced, it seems Microsoft is trying all they can to reduce piracy on their new operating system, Windows 7 – a large problem with the earlier Microsoft OS’s. Unfortunately though, it seems an OEM master key from Lenovo has been leaked.
To ensure most users can afford and are willing enough to purchase Windows 7 rather than trying to get hold of a pirated copy, Microsoft is revealing many tempting deals. For instance, households with 1 – 3 computers can purchase a ‘Family Pack’ which includes Windows 7 licenses for three computers. Users with ‘Starter Editions’ of Windows 7 can affordably upgrade to a more complex and featured version for little money.
The next big milestone of Mozilla Firefox is expected to be achieved today.
A report on ‘The Wall Street Journal’ and ‘Businessweek’ identifies that Yahoo and Microsoft maybe sealing a deal after the interest Microsoft showed in Yahoo about a year ago.
This latest security breach in Adobe’s software may bring some red faces at the company, as the hole has been public since December 2008.
A system that can deliver power to devices without the need for wires has been shown off at a hi-tech conference.
Internet service provider (ISP) Karoo, based in Hull, has changed its policy of suspending the service of users suspected of copyright violations.
AMD today announced the release of the company’s first WHQL-certified ATI Catalyst™ graphics drivers for Windows 7.