The latest news on software
High-tech testing centers and anti-plagiarism software are some of the new tools professors are trying.
Hollywood argues court should stop sales of RealNetwork's DVD-copying software.
Nero software makes it possible, but not simple, to add TiVo service to a Windows PC.
Software giant woos the young crowd with discounts that can exceed 90 percent.
Studios eyeing plasma screens for junk that's similar to what litters new PC screens.
Android software is more open and flexible than the iPhone and BlackBerry.
It's an encouraging trend: better performance by software that keeps the bad guys out.
Software prevents distributing movies but can copy rented disks and will irk Hollywood.
Google changes its policy on licensing for its Web browser.
Google photo sharing site can make it easier to tag and organize photos.