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VeriSign Claims SiteFinder Does Not Undermine Stability of Net

Infrastructure bad boy VeriSign defended itself today, asserting it could find no evidence that its controversial SiteFinder redirector service had compromised the stability, security or performance of the Internet. "VeriSign conducted extensive evaluation and testing of the service both internally ...

Napster Beta Ready To Rock ‘n’ Roll

A brand synonomous with music piracy is about to reemerge from the scaly bosom of bankruptcy. A beta version of Napster, brought to its knees by music industry litigation over copyright violations, will be launched next Thursday by its white knight, Santa Clara, California-based Roxio. Roxio, well k...

P2P United Issues Code of Conduct, Calls on Congress for Help

In an attempt to gain some legitimacy for its industry, a group of peer-to-peer (P2P) Internet companies has announced a "code of conduct." The companies -- collectively called P2P United -- offer services that, among other things, allow people to exchange music files over the Web, a practice that h...

Dell Pulls Wraps off Consumer Electronics Products, Strategy

Apple did it. Gateway did it. Even HP did it. Now Dell is finally doing it. What's it doing? Getting into consumer electronics. Long viewed with skepticism by PC makers that wanted to cater to the business crowd, consumer electronics is poised to become a life buoy for companies with sagging compute...

Microsoft Announces Beta of XP for 64-Bit AMD Processor

Microsoft has announced it is releasing a beta version of Windows XP for AMD's new 64-bit processor. That's both good news and bad news for AMD. The good news is that Microsoft is showing significant support for the new processor by making a version of XP for it. The bad news is that Microsoft won't...

RIAA and ISPs Lock Horns Before Congress

At a hearing of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee yesterday, Big Music squared off with ISPs on a bill that would modify how copyright owners can pursue digital pirates through the courts. The bill would require copyright holders to file a civil lawsuit before obtaining a subpoena to gather persona...

ExpressCard Standard To Replace Larger PC Cards

A significant step to broaden the use of PC Cards in desktop computers was taken today by the PCMCIA industry standards group. The PCMCIA group -- a nonprofit trade association founded in 1989 to establish technical standards for PC Card technology and to promote interchangeability among computer sy...

RIAA Settles First Lawsuit Against 12-Year-Old Brianna LaHara

If you're one of the remaining 260 defendants targeted in lawsuits by the Recording Industry Association of America for music piracy on the Internet, don't count on being bailed out of your jam by P2P United. The group, which represents major file-sharing sites on the Net, has pledged to pay the $2,...

Software Patent Protest Moves from Street to Internet

A protest tomorrow in the streets of Brussels, Belgium, over a proposed European law on software patents will spill into the Internet as more than 600 Web sites are expected to modify their operations in support of the dissenters. The online protest is being organized by the Foundation for a Free In...

Infopath and OneNote Headline Microsoft Office 2003

What's so great about the Office 2003 software system that Microsoft announced yesterday was ready to roll off the assembly line? While the software company has indeed spruced up the core applications in the package, that's not the big news. The big news about Office 2003 is not the incremental upgr...

Verizon Customer Fights RIAA as Piracy Crusade Moves North

A Verizon customer in the United States has decided to singlehandedly fight the recording industry's crusade to pry from Internet service providers the names of Web surfers who share music and video files online. The customer, whose identity has not been revealed, appears to be the first consumer to...

Microsoft Plans Media Center PC Expansion in Europe, Asia

Undeterred by the hard line laid down by the European Commission in its antitrust case against Microsoft, the software company has announced that its hardware partners will be expanding distribution of Media Center PCs in Europe and Asia. The company's Media Center PC, a hardware-software combinatio...

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