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  • News: DOJ files additional charges in Megaupload case

    The operators of file-sharing site Megaupload are facing new charges, after the U.S. Department of Justice has filed a superseding indictment charging the nine defendants with additional counts of criminal copyright infringement and wire fraud.

  • News: Congress passes bill that opens up TV spectrum

    The U.S. Congress has passed legislation that will allow the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to set aside a piece of unlicensed spectrum before new mobile spectrum auctions, despite opposition from some lawmakers who wanted all the available spectrum to be auctioned.

  • News: Oracle drops one of its patent claims against Google

    Oracle has decided to give up on one of the patent claims it brought against Google in its lawsuit over alleged Java intellectual property violations in the Android mobile OS.

  • News: Google's tracking of Safari users could lead to FTC investigation

    Google's alleged circumvention of do-not-track controls on Apple's Safari browser could lead to big fines from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission if the agency determines Google has violated a privacy settlement the company agreed to in March, some privacy advocates said Friday.

  • News: Google's tracking of Safari users could lead to FTC investigation

    Google's alleged circumvention of do-not-track controls on Apple's Safari browser could lead to big fines from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission if the agency determines Google has violated a privacy settlement the company agreed to in March, some privacy advocates said Friday.

  • News: Motorola will appeal against Apple injunction in Germany

    Motorola will appeal against a ruling in the Munich I Regional Court that granted Apple an injunction preventing sales of Motorola handsets and tablets in Germany.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech reaps rewards of market surge

    Tech companies, coming off a strong earnings season, were big winners Thursday as markets rose to multiyear highs on reports of a strengthening economy.

  • News: Apple faced exploitation in iPad trademark dispute, Hong Kong court ruled

    Apple's opponent in an ongoing dispute for the iPad trademark in China previously tried to "exploit the situation" by demanding the U.S. tech giant pay US$10 million for the trademark, a Hong Kong judge ruled last June.

  • News: Oracle and SAP given June court date for TomorrowNow retrial

    The story "Oracle and SAP given June court date for TomorrowNow retrial" which ran on the wire Feb. 17 misstated the next available date for the retrial. The second sentence in the fourth paragraph should read:

  • News: Apple could face U.S. lawsuit related to iPad trademark dispute in China

    A trademark dispute in China over the iPad could spill over into U.S courts, after a little-known Chinese company threatened on Friday to sue Apple in the U.S. for among other things allegedly setting up a "fake company" to purchase the rights to the trademark.

  • News: Engagement in the 21st century

    Research shows that high levels of engagement are associated with lower staff turnover, high levels of customer satisfaction and superior organisational performance.

  • News: Business imperative: Privacy by default

    Brendon Lynch, Microsoft's chief privacy officer, urges enterprises to embark on a comprehensive approach to manage privacy implications from the rise of big data and advances in technology.

  • News: Tearing down the walls

    The traditional IT shop is dead, says David Scott, head of business technology and transformation at fuel distribution company Z Energy. He is speaking of the team that sees itself as purely concerned with operationally efficient information technology, provided as a service to "the business".

  • News: The 'T' word

    "To run a company properly, you just need to have IT and it doesn't matter whether you dig stuff out of the ground or put a man on the moon," says Mark Franklin, chief executive of Stevenson Group.

  • News: A critical mismatch

    A study by IDC has revealed that despite 83 percent of all managers believing IT is an enabler of business innovation and competitive differentiation, there is a mismatch between the IT managers, executives and end user perceptions over the success of projects and implementations.

  • News: McCain, GOP Vow Alternative Cybersecurity Bill

    Arizona Republican blasts bipartisan cybersecurity bill for DHS authority, new regulations on private sector operators.

  • News: Oracle and SAP given June court date for TomorrowNow retrial

    Oracle and SAP may be back in court on June 18 to begin a retrial of Oracle's corporate theft lawsuit involving SAP's former TomorrowNow subsidiary, according to a judge's order Thursday.

  • News: Baidu's Q4 profit rockets 77 percent

    Baidu's fourth-quarter profit increased 77 percent from a year earlier as its online marketing customers nearly doubled, the Chinese search giant said.

  • News: Cybersecurity bill would create costly regulations, say critics

    Leaders in the U.S. Senate are trying to fast-track new cybersecurity legislation that will create costly new regulations for some businesses, some critics said Thursday.

  • News: Shylock financial malware back 'with a vengeance'

    There are hints in Shylock terminology to suggest it is coming from Russia or the Ukraine. But who is involved and exactly where it is coming from remains a mystery.



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