Hewlett-Packard released HP Performance Center 9.5, the company's integrated application test and analysis suite.
Borland Software today released a new module to its ALM portfolio focused on improving the quality of apps delivered by development teams.
Trend Micro said hackers are targeting a hole in Internet Explorer 7 that was addressed in Microsoft's February security patch issued last week.
DynaTrace Software this week upgraded its platform to allow developers to monitor, test and troubleshoot globally distributed SOA-based applications.
The UNIX-like server solution adds some extra security features beyond what you'd find with typical Linux OSes.
Microsoft has advanced to the next testing phase by issuing Release Candidate "Escrow"-build versions of Service Pack 2.
Microsoft is giving private testers access to a near final build of Service Pack 2 for Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Sonatype's Nexus professional offers a "superset" of features for commercial users.
Open source tool enables researchers to pinpoint a needling problem in a haystack of processors.
Microsoft updated its file synchronization platform for Windows Live, fixing some bugs in the beta.
A government-led coalition identified common errors in software development with an eye toward improving security.
A free trial of Microsoft's newest operating system has been extended.
This command line tool aims to help developers create Web apps that work like desktop ones.
Developers can now access technical materials describing how Microsoft implements ODF in Office 2007 SP2.
The Plex 6.1 model-driven dev tool now includes additional Microsoft .NET functionality.
The head of Microsoft's Internet Explorer team described how developers can prepare for IE8's general release.
The trial will test management tools to be used with a future business intelligence implementation of Microsoft SQL Server.
The search giant is testing the secure execution of Web code natively on x86-based machines.
This buggy alpha release holds promise as a browser testing tool for Web developers.
A security contest found more bugs in Google Chrome and Firefox than in Microsoft's IE8 browser.