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Yahoo Gets Right Stuff to Target Google

Yahoo said Monday it is buying the remaining 80 percent interest in online advertising exchange Right Media that it does not already own for approximately US$680 million in a move aimed at boosting the reach of Yahoo's advertising to social networking sites ...

Veteran AT&T CEO to Hand Over Reins in June

The head of AT&T has announced that he will step down as chief executive and chairman after 44 years with the telecom giant ...

Veteran AT&T CEO to Hand Over Reins in June

The head of AT&T has announced that he will step down as chief executive and chairman after 44 years with the telecom giant ...

Veteran AT&T CEO to Hand Over Reins in June

The head of AT&T has announced that he will step down as chief executive and chairman after 44 years with the telecom giant ...

Bill Could Rescue Net Radio from Oblivion

Two congressmen have introduced new legislation designed to overturn a controversial royalty fee increase that threatens to wipe out many Internet radio broadcasting firms ...

MS Aims to Get Kinks Out of Longhorn With Public Beta

Microsoft has released the first publicly available beta of its next-generation Windows server operating system, code-named "Longhorn." ...

Red Hat to Acquire Middleware Software Firm

Red Hat continues to enhance its line of middleware products with its agreement to acquire information management software firm MetaMatrix ...

Fon, Time Warner to Let Users Set Up WiFi Hotspots

Time Warner Cable has struck a deal with WiFi provider Fon that will let its home-based and business broadband customers turn their Internet connections into public wireless hotspots ...

Motorola to Pay $140M for Digital Video Tech Firm

Motorola has snapped up Terayon Communication Systems, a digital video processing and networking software maker, for US$140 million, the companies announced on Monday ...

Via Shrinks Motherboard to Playing Card Size

Via Technologies is shrinking the size of its motherboards again, this time showing off a new Pico-ITX design that is barely larger than a playing card ...

Dell Revives XP on Some New PCs

Dell announced Friday it is offering home PC buyers a choice between Microsoft's older XP operating system and Windows Vista when they purchase certain new machines ...

PS3 Update Supports Retro Game Play

Sony has released a new firmware update for its PlayStation 3 (PS3) console and PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld that make the pair compatible with games for the original PlayStation (PS1) ...

Microsoft Under Pressure to Deliver Zero-Day DNS Patch

Microsoft on Wednesday announced plans to offer a fix to a critical flaw in Windows Domain Name System (DNS) servers that is currently being exploited by cybercriminals ...

Feds Bar Lenders From Student Databases Pending Review

After several years of reported abuse, the Bush administration has rescinded lender access to a federal database containing sensitive financial information on about 60 million college students ...

Vonage Warns It May Go Bankrupt

Internet phone company Vonage says its legal woes have severely restricted its ability to add new customers and ultimately could lead to bankruptcy court, according to a regulatory filing ...

AOL Chases TV Ad Dollars With New Interactive Shows

AOL is hoping new interactive programs scheduled to be broadcast on its Web portal will snap up valuable advertising dollars that agencies normally shell out on television shows ...

Sun, Fujitsu Alliance Yields Six New Sparc Enterprise Servers

Sun Microsystems and Fujitsu have released the Sparc Enterprise Server line, six new servers designed to address a growing demand for increased computing power and energy efficiency in enterprises ...

Toshiba Jumps Into Portable Drive Fray

Toshiba on Monday announced it is adding a new high-capacity portable hard drive to its already well-established product roster of televisions, laptops and DVD players ...

Samsung Unveils Hybrid High-Def Disc Player

Although Samsung has long been one of the major supporters of the Blu-ray Disc format, the South Korean electronics maker has decided to now straddle the fence in the format war -- saying it will release a player capable of supporting both Blu-ray and rival HD DVD formats ...

More Threatening Storm Worm on the Loose

Two new variations of the Storm Worm virus on Thursday likely marked the largest proliferation of e-mail-based virus attacks in more than a year, according to security company Postini ...

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