"Windows Vista will deliver a level of security that could bring an end to traditional virus and worm attacks," sweated Microsoft top dog Steve Ballmer this week. I wasn't there, but I can picture the scene, and I feel for those sitting in the front row.
But, future attack vectors are more likely to be insidious, Ballmer said, in the sense that instead of disrupting people they will try to steal your money and steal your identity.
AMD's Zen chip roll-out continues with the focus on high-power embedded applications
And becomes the team's executive chairman to boot
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