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The Sisyphean Struggle Against Piracy on the Web

There's big money in counterfeiting name-brand goods.Sales of knockoff products over the Internet climbed to nearly US$120 billion in 2007, up from $84 billion the previous year, estimated MarkMonitor, an online protection firm that works with eBay and other online auction houses to shut counterfeiters down ...

Cloud Storage, Part 2: The Consumer Data Closet

Part 1 of this two-part series discusses the benefits and risks of storing corporate data in the cloud ...

Cloud Storage, Part 1: The Business Data Warehouse

For most businesses, data security is a mission-critical undertaking, and a summer of weather calamities drove home that point ...

Online Auctions, Part 2: The eBay Diaspora

Part 1 of this two-part series focuses on the way eBay's newest business strategies, which favor larger sellers and fixed-price sales, are altering the online auction marketplace. Part 2 takes a look at where many disenchanted smaller sellers and auctioneers are migrating in search of friendlier environments to sell their wares ...

Online Auctions, Part 1: The eBay Earthquake

Things are changing at eBay ...

Mobile Apps: Salvation for Internet Radio?

Internet radio station operators are concerned that skyrocketing royalty fees could zap an industry that's still in its infancy ...

Tools for the Tech-Savvy Shopper

"Smart" shopping carts have been around for a while, but until recently, they haven't managed to gain much traction. ...

Blockbuster Takes a Gander at Circuit City Books

Electronics retailer Circuit City Stores will allow Blockbuster and its largest shareholder, Carl Icahn, to look into the company's finances in connection with the video rental company's proposed buyout offer ...

Defunct TorrentSpy Slammed With $110M Judgment in MPAA Suit

A federal judge in Los Angeles has awarded the Motion Picture Association of America US$110 million in compensation from Valence Media, operator of the now-defunct file-sharing Web site TorrentSpy ...

‘Grand Theft Auto’ Gets Away With Half a Billion Dollars

Take-Two Interactive Software is reporting record-setting sales of US$500 million for "Grand Theft Auto IV," with more than 6 million units sold in just one week. ...

Yahoo, McAfee Team to Guide Searchers Through Web Minefield

Yahoo is working with Web security technology specialist McAfee to alert users about potentially risky Web sites ...

DT May Bring Ailing Sprint Nextel Into Its Fold

Germany-based Deutsche Telekom could take over the top position in the U.S. wireless telephone market if reports of its potential bid for Sprint Nextel prove true ...

‘Rock Band’ Helps Drum Up 33 Percent Profit Growth for Viacom

Entertainment conglomerate Viacom, riding a wave of success from a video game launch and a strong showing by its television enterprises, reported a 33 percent increase in first-quarter profit Friday ...

Court Hits AOL, Yahoo, Real With Staggering Music Royalties Tab

A federal judge has established a framework that determines the licensing fee amounts three online services -- Yahoo, AOL and RealNetworks -- should pay to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). ...

United Online Plucks FTD in Odd Coupling

Internet service provider and Classmates.com parent United Online has agreed to acquire floral vendor FTD Group for about US$800 million ...

Intel, Cray Ink Supercomputing Tech Deal

Intel has signed a multiyear agreement with supercomputer vendor Cray ...

3G BlackBerry for AT&T May Take Longer to Ripen

Research In Motion has delayed the release of its 3G BlackBerry for AT&T from June to August, according to reports. The postponement may be due to testing of the new device ...

3G BlackBerry for AT&T May Take Longer to Ripen

Research In Motion has delayed the release of its 3G BlackBerry for AT&T from June to August, according to reports. The postponement may be due to testing of the new device ...

3G BlackBerry for AT&T May Take Longer to Ripen

Research In Motion has delayed the release of its 3G BlackBerry for AT&T from June to August, according to reports. The postponement may be due to testing of the new device ...

Click Fraud Ticks Lower in Q1

The amount of click fraud decreased slightly in the first quarter, thanks in part to actions taken by Google and Yahoo, according to the latest Click Fraud Index by Click Forensics ...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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