We’re very happy to take the Beta tag off of Google Chrome Frame and promote it to the Stable channel. This stable channel release provides our most polished version of Google Chrome Frame to date, allowing users to access modern web technologies like HTML5 on legacy browsers. You now can download the stable version of Google Chrome Frame and users of the Beta will be automatically updated to it in the days ahead. (more…)
Spam attack from former Soviet Union
BOTNET OPERATORS have found a home in Russia after server access became too difficult in China says insecurity company M86 Security. (more…)
Owners of iPads and Android devices looking to be a little more productive may be in luck.
Google plans “in the next few weeks” to offer its Docs productivity suite for Apple’s iPad tablet and for devices with Google’s Android OS, the company announced at its Google Atmosphere event in Paris. (more…)
Apple on Monday issued a security update for Mac OS X 10.6.4, addressing an issue that could allow a remote attacker to access shared folders without a valid password.
Microsoft on Friday warned users that a critical bug in ASP.Net could be exploited by attackers to hijack encrypted Web sessions and pilfer usernames and passwords from Web sites.
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Windows users can test Linux without installing
That desktop Linux offers myriad compelling advantages for business users is no longer the subject of much debate. All that remains for many Windows users is to give it a try. That step, however, can cause some anxiety.
Though not difficult, installing Linux outright can feel like too big a commitment for some people. Others may worry about the effect on their current software and files. The good news is, there are multiple ways you can take Linux for a test drive without actually installing it. (more…)
Two University of Oregon researchers see electronic reading tablets such as the iPad, Tablet PC and Kindle as potential game changers to help people overcome a variety of barriers to effective reading and comprehension.
With the help of a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Stephen Fickas, professor of computer science, and McKay Sohlberg, professor of communication disorders and sciences, have launched the CampusReader project. (more…)
Attention students, staff, faculty, alumni and fans of the University of Oregon: Now there’s an app for that.
A free UO-themed application for the iPhone is now available for download from the Apple App Store.
The “UOregon” app features the latest news and campus events, class schedules, campus directory, photos and videos, a guide to the Week of Welcome, and the Oregon Marching Band playing “Mighty Oregon.” (more…)
It’s that time of year again, and the University of Oregon is in midseason form – for college rankings.
The UO has gained mentions this summer for being among the top colleges ranked by U.S News & World Report, Princeton Review, Campus Pride, Parade magazine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and others.