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Jobs Advocates DRM-Free Music

The vow Tuesday by Apple CEO Steve Jobs -- that he would willingly remove copyright protection from songs sold at his company's iTunes store -- was cheered by those who've been arguing that digital rights management (DRM) systems are a failure ...

Kodak Debuts Printers With Inexpensive Cartridges

Eastman Kodak shoved its way into the tough world of desktop printing Tuesday by tipping a sacred cow of the segment: the overpriced inkjet cartridge ...

Dell to Cut Bonuses as Part of Turnaround Plan

In a wide-ranging, sometimes forceful and frequently upbeat e-mail to employees, Dell founder Michael Dell said he doesn't forget what was involved in creating a company and making it succeed. The e-mail, made public Saturday by a Texas newspaper, was sent on Friday, the same day Dell returned as CEO of the company ...

Microsoft: Vista Voice Recognition Attack No Big Deal

Microsoft has acknowledged a clever person might be able to remotely exploit the voice recognition features of the new Vista operating system to gain access to a PC, but a company representative downplayed the seriousness of the problem ...

Bold California Software Pirate Arrested

After this week's arrest of a California man accused of selling pirated copies of Microsoft and Adobe Systems software, police said the suspect had brazenly offered the disks on eBay and on personal Web sites. This latest case highlights an ongoing trend that software makers are battling ...

eBay Cracks Down on Virtual Asset Sales

Online auction giant eBay is reportedly cracking down on the sale of "virtual assets" won in online games like "World of Warcraft," a move that comes as good news to other companies making money by hosting virtual asset sales and bartering ...

Priceline, Travelocity, Cingular Pay Small Change to Settle Adware Case

Priceline, Travelocity and Cingular have settled a lawsuit over their secret use of adware Internet software programs as marketing tools filed by New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo ...

Verizon Rides Wireless Strength Despite Profit Drop

Despite a 38 percent drop in quarterly profits when compared to its 2005 fourth-quarter results, Verizon Communications' performance exceeded Wall Street estimates for the second consecutive quarter largely due to its strength in the cell phone sector ...

HD DVD, Blu-ray Cracks Confirmed

A month after a miffed hacker told the world he had figured out how to copy a supposedly copy-protected high-definition movie disc, the consortium backing the encryption system admitted all was not well in its world ...

Sony to Go Global With PS3 in March

Gamers in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Australasia have two months to save their money for a PlayStation 3 as Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) plans to launch the new console in those regions on March 23 ...

Vista May Overshadow Microsoft’s Live OneCare Release

If Microsoft really wanted to make a splash with the upcoming international rollout of its Live OneCare antivirus, anti-spyware, firewall and PC tune-up product, it might have picked a bad day to do it ...

Report: Cybercriminals Favor Web Browser Attacks

Bad news outweighs the good in the new "Threat Report 2007" issued Monday by Sophos, the global IT security company ...

Ruckus Unveils Free Music Download Service – With a Catch

In the competitive world of digital music download services, Ruckus Network upped the ante by announcing it is offering free music downloads to any college student. The Herndon, Va.-based company gets its revenue from selling advertising instead of charging users to download files ...

Hackers Use European Storm to Spread E-Mail Attack

"Storm Worm" is the name that seems to have stuck for a massive malware attack that spread Thursday and Friday by teasing e-mail recipients to open infected messages supposedly about European wind storms ...

LG’s New Prada Phone – Not an iPhone

In announcing Thursday the release of its new Prada phone, LG Electronics didn't claim it was competing with the heavily-hyped Apple iPhone scheduled to be released in June ...

Seagate Debuts Smaller, Speedier Hard Drive

In the 2005 movie "The World's Fastest Indian," actor Anthony Hopkins is blindingly propelled across the Bonneville Salt Flats on an old Indian motorcycle. Don't be surprised if we soon see TV ads bySeagate Technology featuring a Sir Anthony look-alike piloting a piece of computer hardware ...

Google, Yahoo Rack Up Gains in Search Market Share

When your company name is already synonymous with "search the Internet," it's safe to say you're king of that realm. Further proof that Google tops the heap of search engines came Tuesday, as comScore Networks reported the company increased its share of the U.S. Web search pie by 0.4 percent last month ...

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