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  • News: SOPA and PIPA: Just the Facts

    The Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act are getting more negative attention, as major websites such as Wikipedia plan to protest the bills with blackouts on Wednesday. Even Google will join the action, with a link on its homepage explaining why the company opposes the legislation.

  • News: PC Advisor Broadband Survey – last chance to vote

    Since last summer, PC Advisor readers have been contributing to our annual Home Broadband Survey. The indepth questionnaire allows customers of broadband ISPs large and small to vent their spleen to express their admiration for their internet service provider. The survey closes at the end of this week

  • News: Mozilla, Firefox join anti-SOPA strike

    Mozilla, the open-source organization responsible for Firefox, joined other major technology companies today to protest anti-piracy legislation by blackening the browser's home page.

  • News: TSMC's Q4 profit drops 22.5 percent, prompting lower growth estimate for 2012

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) saw fourth quarter net profit drop 22.5 percent year on year, continuing the previous quarter's decline as the chip maker's customers cleared out their inventories. TSMC, however, expects business to pick up this year due to anticipated growth in smartphone and tablet markets, it said Wednesday.

  • News: Apple launches another attempt to ban Samsung devices in Germany

    Apple has launched a new assault on Samsung and has filed a lawsuit in a bid to ban sales of the Korean giant's Galaxy S Plus and Galaxy S II smartphones in Germany.

  • News: Google and Amazon UK's most-rated brands

    Web-based firms Google and Amazon have topped a league table of the most highly-rated brands in the UK, says YouGov.

  • News: Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang resigns

    Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has resigned from the internet company.

  • News: Wikipedia, Craigslist, other sites black out against SOPA at midnight

    Wikipedia and some other Internet companies blacked out their websites in one way or the other early Wednesday in protest against controversial legislation in the U.S.

  • News: China: US lacks evidence to put Taobao on "notorious markets" list

    U.S. authorities acted irresponsibly when they last month labeled Alibaba Group's e-commerce sites as "notorious markets" for selling pirated and counterfeit goods, said China's Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday.

  • News: Jerry Yang leaves Yahoo

    Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has left the company, the latest dramatic change at the top executive level of the embattled Internet company.

  • News: Oracle offers to drop patent charges against Google, to speed trial

    Apparently fed up with delays, Oracle said it is willing to drop its claims of patent infringement against Google if the court will hear its copyright complaints soon.

  • News: Veghte to set strategy for HP

    Hewlett-Packard has added chief strategy officer to former Microsoft veteran Bill Veghte's titles, the company announced Tuesday.

  • News: Sponsor: SOPA markup hearing to resume in February

    A hearing to amend and debate the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act should resume in February, its chief sponsor said, even in the face of new opposition to the copyright enforcement bill.

  • News: Protests against SOPA, PIPA go viral

    Several websites, including Google, Reddit, Wikipedia, BoingBoing, Imgur and Tucows, plan an unprecedented Internet "strike" Wednesday to protest anti-piracy legislation being considered by Congress.

  • News: Jerry Yang leaves Yahoo

    Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has left the company, the latest dramatic change at the top executive level of the embattled Internet company.

  • News: Experts: Oracle, Google need to focus on people as well as patents

    Both Oracle and Google would be well-advised to center their cases around people along with a painstaking discussion of patents once their lawsuit over the Android mobile OS goes to trial, according to experts.

  • News: Zappos data breach response a good idea or just panic mode?

    In acknowledging a data breach in which information related to as many as 24 million customers was stolen, online shoe and clothing retailer Zappos has taken assertive steps, including compelling customers to change passwords, plus temporarily foregoing 800-number phone service in an effort to redeploy customer-service representatives to respond to customer email.

  • News: Opponents step up pressure against SOPA, PIPA

    The Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act being debated in the U.S. Congress still have major problems, opponents said Monday, even after the bills' lead sponsors promised to take out some much-criticized portions of the legislation.

  • News: Apple's next CEO 'will be Scott Forstall'

    Apple senior vice president Scott Forstall is likely to be the company's next CEO, according to a new book.

  • News: Google Regional Lead sends apologies to Mocality

    Stefan Magdalinski, the CEO of Mocality, in an update on his blog has indicated that the company is currently not considering filing formal charges against Google. Mocality, a Kenyan Business Listing Directory, broke into international limelight after the company found that callers from Google were promising Mocality clients free websites through a non-existent partnership and without Mocality's knowledge. The data scraping allegations have embarrassed the search giant with senior executives in the company admitting wrong doing and publicly apologizing to Mocality.



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