Edition:
United States
Pictures | Sat Jan 12, 2013 | 7:21pm EST

Oracle Corp to fix Java security flaw "shortly"

Attendees walk down branded steps at the 29th Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco October 2, 2011. REUTERS/Susana Bates

Attendees walk down branded steps at the 29th Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco October 2, 2011. REUTERS/Susana Bates

Attendees walk down branded steps at the 29th Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco October 2, 2011. REUTERS/Susana Bates
Close
1 / 1

Next Slideshows

Internet activist, programmer Aaron Swartz dead at 26

(Reuters) - Internet activist and computer prodigy Aaron Swartz, who helped create an early version of the Web feed system RSS and was facing federal criminal...

Jan 12 2013

Oracle Corp to fix Java security flaw "shortly"

BOSTON (Reuters) - Oracle Corp said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security...

Jan 12 2013

HP's Meg Whitman made $15.4 million in fiscal 2012

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chief executive Meg Whitman received compensation worth about $15.4 million in 2012 as Hewlett-Packard Co. posted a net loss in her first...

Jan 12 2013

Apple won't blindly pursue market share, Chinese paper reports

SAN FRANCISCO/BEIJING (Reuters) - In a revised version of an interview published Thursday in a Chinese newspaper, Apple Inc marketing chief Phil Schiller said...

Jan 12 2013

MORE IN PICTURES

Detained parents reunited with children

Detained parents reunited with children

Parents who had been separated from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border, under President Donald Trump's now-abandoned "zero tolerance" policy, are reunified.

Venezuela's taps run dry

Venezuela's taps run dry

Hospitals scrap surgeries and residents forgo showers amid water cuts in Venezuela, the latest addition to a long list of woes in the fifth year of an economic crisis.

Fireworks over Malta

Fireworks over Malta

Fireworks light up the sky over Mosta during week-long celebrations marking the feast of the Assumption of Our Lady in Malta.

Debating Cuba's proposed new constitution

Debating Cuba's proposed new constitution

Cuba has begun a public debate on issues ranging from one-party rule and socialism to inequality, gay rights, private property and restructuring of the country's government as it moves to replace a Cold War-era constitution.

Rise of the machines

Rise of the machines

A look at the new generation of robot technology.

Migrant rescue ship arrives in Malta, ending standoff

Migrant rescue ship arrives in Malta, ending standoff

The Mediterranean rescue ship Aquarius arrived at Valletta harbour in Malta on Wednesday to allow 141 migrants to get off, ending a five-day tug-of-war among European Union countries which had seen the vessel banned from docking in several ports.

Deadly bridge collapse in Italy

Deadly bridge collapse in Italy

A 50-meter-high section of a motorway bridge crashed down onto warehouses, train tracks and a riverbed in Genoa, killing at least 39 people.

The plight of Italy's African laborers

The plight of Italy's African laborers

Two recent fatal crashes, resulting in the deaths of 16 migrant workers, have brought into focus the dire working and living conditions imposed on thousands of migrant farmhands whose cut-price labor allows Italy to be one of the biggest fruit and vegetable exporters in Europe.

Off-the-grid nightmare at New Mexico compound

Off-the-grid nightmare at New Mexico compound

Five adults face child abuse charges after authorities raided their ramshackle homestead in New Mexico and found the body of a young boy and 11 more children described by authorities as starving and ragged.

Trending Collections

Pictures

Podcast