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Symantec has agreed to acquire @Stake, a US-based provider of IT security consulting services.
Google Inc. will license technology patented by Yahoo Inc. subsidiary Overture Services in one of two dispute settlements that the Internet search giants announced on Monday.
Users of some Motorola Inc. mobile phones will be able to purchase songs from Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes service to store and listen to on the phone, leaders of the two companies announced Monday evening.
A rivalry between the creators of the Netsky and Bagle viruses helped cause a dramatic increase in threats against home and enterprise computers in the first half of this year, but the most serious threat was Download.Ject, a Trojan that exploited a vulnerability in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer Web browser, according to McAfee Inc.
NEC-Business Network Solutions has pleaded guilty to defrauding a US government program for school Internet connections, settling criminal and civil cases against the company through a $US20.6 million plea agreement.
The agency upgrading a global communications network for the US military has approved plans by contractor Science Applications International (SAIC) that would bring in six major subcontractors to supply the equipment underlying the network.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/10/2003) - Telecommunications customers in the U.S. will be able to take their phone numbers with them when they swap their wireline phones for wireless, if an Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order issued Monday has its intended effect,.
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Popular news websites slowed but not clogged by massive US, Canada power failure
Open systems software could become a key topic at December's World Summit on the Information Society. Many governments are inclining towards open source platforms like Linux, and the question of longevity of records has also arisen.
The database system that sends Web surfers to the right page and gets email messages where they need to go turned 20 years old this week.
Microsoft has pulled an update to security software from its Web site after some users who downloaded the code saw their Internet connections go down.
Silicon Valley is full of ideas: Good ones, bad ones, ones that flop and a few that make people billions. At places like Palo Alto Research Center, people come to work every morning just to think up new ideas.
Most members of the board of bankrupt telecommunications service provider WorldCom Inc. have resigned following court approval of Michael Capellas as the new chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), the company announced Tuesday.