EU law used to beat spammers

EU law used to beat spammers

A U.K. resident has won landmark legal case against a spamming company. Nigel Roberts used the European Union's E-Privacy Directive...

January 2nd, 2006 John E Dunn
‘Intel Inside’ out, ‘Leap ahead’ in for new year

‘Intel Inside’ out, ‘Leap ahead’ in for new year

After more than 20 years of service as a tool to teach consumers what brand of chip to ask for...

January 2nd, 2006 Dan Nystedt
WMF flaw can’t wait for Microsoft fix, researchers say

WMF flaw can’t wait for Microsoft fix, researchers say

Users of the Windows OS should install an unofficial security patch now, without waiting for Microsoft Corp. to make its...

January 1st, 2006 Peter Sayer
Study underscores US need for e-recycling

Study underscores US need for e-recycling

To encourage the safe disposal of obsolete computers, monitors and other old electronic hardware in the U.S., the federal government...

January 1st, 2006 Todd R Weiss
Microsoft, Google settle legal row over Lee

Microsoft, Google settle legal row over Lee

Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. have resolved their legal differences over Google's hiring of former Microsoft executive Kai-Fu Lee, Microsoft...

January 1st, 2006 Tom Krazit
Comply with ruling or face fines, EU tells MS

Comply with ruling or face fines, EU tells MS

The European Commission has given Microsoft Corp. five weeks to comply with its March 2004 antitrust ruling on workgroup server...

January 1st, 2006 Simon Taylor
Address space gives IPv6 service cutting edge

Address space gives IPv6 service cutting edge

NTT Communications Corp. has begun offering a consumer IPv6 (Internet protocol version 6) connection service that runs across any standard...

January 1st, 2006 Martyn Williams