Bloggers on Front Lines in Mumbai Attacks
First reports and updates from the terrorist attacks turn out to be from bloggers. — 11/28/08
Social Networks Not Ready for Business?
Plenty of vendors offer enterprise solutions, but critics say most businesses aren't ready to be friends. — 11/25/08
Verizon Staff Fired After Peek at Obama's Calls
Concerns grow about phone privacy violations. — 11/25/08
Moore's Law for Broadband or Homes With Tails?
Google policy analyst and Columbia professor pitch individual-ownership model to bring fiber directly to the home. — 11/24/08
Google to Kill Off 'Second Life' Rival
"When you take these kinds of risks, not every bet is going to pay off." — 11/21/08
National Broadband: More Purpose Than Religion
Broadband advocates descend on Washington to stump for a targeted national broadband strategy. — 11/20/08
Why Can't Government Be More Like the Internet?
Google CEO Eric Schmidt pushes an innovation-themed policy agenda and offers an impassioned call for Washington to reform the way it does business. — 11/18/08
Mobile Users Want More Speed
Survey data shows more would surf and network if Net access improved. — 11/18/08
What Will Obama's CTO Job Look Like?
As speculation abounds, an ambitious agenda for new tech czar position takes shape. — 11/17/08
Senator Revives Push for Net Neutrality
With Obama headed to the White House and more Democrats in Congress, supporters of regulating network openness themselves see an opening. — 11/14/08
Why You'll Buy a Netbook On Black Friday
Ten tips for scoring a sweet netbook. Because you can never be too rich, too thin or have too many netbooks. — 11/13/08
YouTube Banks on Webcasting Live Events
Following the lead of AOL, MySpace and Yahoo, YouTube plans to debut its live events with a gala launch later this month. — 11/12/08
Would You Like Live Search With Your Java?
Microsoft convinces Sun Micro to let Java downloaders choose Live Search option. — 11/10/08
Circuit City Files for Bankruptcy, Plans Closings
Up to 155 stores may close due to credit and economic woes and lost share to rivals. — 11/10/08
Chinks Appear in WPA's Wireless Security Armor
A partial crack could signal problems ahead, given today's wide reliance on WPA for wireless security. — 11/07/08
Where's Yahoo Left After Google Breakup?
With a major government lawsuit looming, Google calls off a controversial ad partnership. What happened? — 11/06/08
Spammers Latch on to Obama Victory
We may be ready for change, but the spammers are readier. — 11/05/08
Windows 7 Build Already Leaked on Torrent Sites
Microsoft warns users to beware of torrent sites that may offer 'non-genuine' software. — 11/04/08
MySpace, MTV to Test Piracy-Profit Plan
The plan would take over content that infringes copyright. — 11/03/08
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