Windows Mobile 6.1, the newest version of Microsoft’s OS for mobile devices, should have been launched at MWC 2008, at the beginning of February, but the giant softwarecompany postponed its release for unknown reasons. Now it looks like the new OS will be available starting April the 1st, and Pocket-Lint

Microsoft has plugged no less than 12 security holes in its Office System. According to Tami Gallupe, MSRC Release Manager, all of the four security bulletins come with a maximum severity rating of Critical, a rating associated with the risk of allowing remote code execution. Five vulnerabilities impacting Offi

“Windows XP Service Pack 3 Release Candidate 2 is available to the public. Specific registry settings will allow you to be offered SP3 via Windows Update,” Microsoft revealed. And the Windows XP SP3 Release Candidate 2.exe is nothing more than the registry scrip that will permit end users to tweak t

Since Windows Vista was essentially Windows no. 6 – its successor is now Windows 7. The codename Vienna failed to survive long under the new head of the Windows project. Jim Allchin, the father of Vista and the former Co-President, Platforms & Services Division retired from Microsoft the same day that the