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Work to start soon on open-source lab

Work is scheduled to begin soon on the independent Open Source Development Lab in Portland, Ore., touted...

U.S. government warns about attacks against e-commerce sites

As the busy holiday shopping season gets into full swing, a federal security agency affiliated with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning that attacks by malicious hackers against e-commerce Web sites and other companies doing business online are on the rise.

Open-source development lab in progress

The first independent Open Source Development Lab is in the final planning stages in Portland, Ore., and is on track to open by the end of the year.

MP3.com to pay US$53.4 million in copyright case

Online music downloading service MP3.com Inc. was ordered Monday to pay $53.4 million to Universal Music Group Inc. (UMG) to settle charges of copyright infringement, two months after the federal judge handling the case ruled that MP3.com had willfully violated copyrights held by the record company.

ADP upgrade glitch causes online trading problems

Problems with a routine upgrade of mainframe software at Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) caused a system crash on Nov. 3 that temporarily left customers of at least five brokerages unable to get real-time updates of key information such as the cost of the online stock trades they were making

Walmart.com site goes back online after 28-day overhaul

With less than two months to go before Christmas, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'s e-commerce affiliate reopened its Web...

Microsoft says it tracked intruder for 12 days

Microsoft Corp. now claims its information technology security managers knew that a hacker was combing through the...

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