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  • Microsoft releases Office, Windows fixes

    This month's only critical fix is for a flaw in Microsoft Publisher, a component of Office. Attackers could exploit the flaw to take control of vulnerable machines. 

  • Apple recalls 1.8 million batteries

    Apple Computer Inc. is recalling 1.8 million Sony Corp. batteries in its Macintosh notebooks following reports of overheating and minor injuries. The recall follows last week's recall by Dell of 4.1 million Sony-made batteries. 

  • U.S. agency reviewing all Sony laptop batteries

    U.S. consumer safety officials said they'll review all Sony-made lithium ion batteries in laptop computers for fire hazards after Dell Inc. announced the largest electronics recall in the United States earlier this week. 

  • FAA: No plans to ground laptops

    An FAA official says the agency is testing lithium ion batteries like those known to catch on fire, but says as of now, the laptops are not a significant problem for air travel. 

  • Dell battery recall has upside

    After making the largest recall in computer history, could Dell actually come out of this ordeal looking better than ever? 

  • Dell recalling faulty laptop batteries

    The world's largest maker of personal computers will recall 4.1 million notebook batteries because they can overheat and burst into flames. 

  • Dell recalls faulty laptop batteries

    The world's largest maker of personal computers will recall 4.1 million notebook batteries because they can overheat and burst into flames. 

  • Firm eases pain of patch management for mobile workforce

    Patch management can be costly and timely, especially if you've got a number of remote workers. But one IT manager found a way to streamline the process with an online tool that he says gives a better view of the patch management operation. 

  • Firm eases pain of patch management for mobile workers

    Patch management can be costly and timely, especially if you've got a number of remote workers. But one IT manager found a way to streamline the process with an online tool that he says gives a better view of the patch management operation. 

  • Windows admins, developers meet up at TechEd

    At Microsoft's big shindig for IT administrators and developers this week, company executives said they are working to bridge the gulf that once divided the two job roles.