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Study: Top CEOs ‘Miserable’ At Social Networking

Only two Fortune 100 CEOs use Twitter and no...

Zombies Still Haunt Windows PCs

CORRECTED: Software giant Microsoft  has crowned the "zombie" PC...

Latest Microsoft Security Glitch Limited

UPDATED: Microsoft said a limited range of consumer software...

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CNN/Twitter Buy Marks Need for Business Plan

In the battle between CNN and actor Ashton Kutcher for Twitter followers, the cable network appears to have skirted a rule by the startup that bars buying or selling of free user accounts. Potentially...

Wi-Fi Had a Strong Presence at CES

Two major Wi-Fi-related themes emerged from CES this year. High-definition televisions became the newly-crowned focus for home networking; and Wi-Fi, which began as a computer-centric tool, was reborn as the technology-of-choice for transporting a...

Beyond Dialtone: VoIP Trends for 2008

With 2007 in the rearview mirror, what lies ahead for voice-over-IP in 2008? We take a look back and check out upcoming trends for Internet telephony. Key among them: Moving beyond just a cheap...

VoIP at CES: From Geeks to Grandmas

For consumers, VoIP is known for two characteristics: an unintelligible acronym and an exasperating tangle of wires and boxes. However, the mantra of this year's CES is moving VoIP from geeks to grandmas. VoIP, be...

Calif. Drops Felony Charges Against Dunn in HP Scandal

UPDATED: Patricia Dunn, who became the face of Hewlett-Packard's media leak probe that turned into a boardroom spying firestorm, will not face felony charges by the state of California. In an announcement correcting an earlier...

Convergence With AT&T’s Global IP Plans

AT&T is accelerating its embrace of convergence with a new $750 million investment in its global Internet infrastructure. The move represents an even bolder step by the telecommunications provider to offer a bundle of...

Swisscom Bids $4.9B For Italian Network

Fastweb, Italy's second-largest IP network operator, today conditionally accepted a $4.9 billion cash takeover bid by Swiss state-controlled telephone giant Swisscom. Swisscom's offer of $61.83 (47 euro) for each Fastweb share is...

Workarounds For Vonage After Patent Loss

Will Internet phone company Vonage be able to continue operating in the face of the $58 million patent infringement verdict in its case with Verizon? The answer could hang on whether Vonage can...

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