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Sale of ‘867-5309’ Pulls in Almost $200K on eBay

If Jenny wants her number back, she's going to...

Sprint Drops Plans to Partner with Clearwire on WiMAX

Sprint Nextel has called off its partnership with wireless...

Consumer, Industry Groups Spar Over Piracy Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Rivals debating a new intellectual property...

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‘Don’t Click’ Attack Strikes Twitter Users

Using the simplest of social engineering hacks -- an enticing message with a link, labeled "don't click" -- a "clickjacking" exploit of the Twitter microblogging service flooded its network today, hijacking users' status to...

Sale of ‘867-5309’ Pulls in Almost $200K on eBay

If Jenny wants her number back, she's going to have to cough up some serious cash. A New Jersey disc jockey could be walking away with $186,853.09 after the conclusion of an auction...

Report: IT Salaries Still Rising

While the economy is hitting technology companies hard, a new report suggests that corporate information technology jobs may be a bit more recession-proof. Computer Economics's 2009 IT Salary Report finds that while salary...

Doubts Loom Over MySpace Music Strategy

With the backing of four major music labels and an existing user base that has already demonstrated an interest in listening to music online, MySpace has mounted the most credible threat yet to Apple's...

Business Intelligence’s Feeding Frenzy

Despite concerns about a potentially weak 2008 for software companies, there's one sector of the business that continues to draw startups and acquisitions at a brisk pace: business intelligence software. "Business intelligence is no longer...

With Google/DoubleClick Approved, is Privacy Dead?

Analysis: The Federal Trade Commission's decision to approve Google's acquisition of DoubleClick without conditions runs counter to the warnings of a host of privacy and consumer advocates, as well as members...

Consumer, Industry Groups Spar Over Piracy Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Rivals debating a new intellectual property enforcement bill had their say before a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee today, with labor and media figures supporting its counterfeit crackdown while consumer groups...

New Bill Stiffens File-Sharing Penalties

The U.S. House of Representatives is edging closer to laying out harsher penalties and stepping up enforcement for the illegal sharing of music and movies. Yesterday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) introduced...

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