The U.S. DOJ will not seek to extend the restrictions placed on Microsoft’s business practices following its antitrust settlement in 2002.
Still carrying the weight of costs related to last year’s acquisition of graphics vendor ATI, Advanced Micro Devices recorded its fourth straight quarter of net losses Thursday.
Mozilla has released Firefox 22.214.171.124, fixing another URI protocol handler issue.
Google continues to grow revenue at a healthy clip, reporting an increase of almost 60 percent in the third quarter compared to the same period last year.
Symantec says attackers are exploiting a critical flaw in the latest version of RealPlayer.
Facebook’s CEO said his company wants to make users’ data portable, but declined to give a timeline that feature.
A new type of spam has hit inboxes in the last two days, but it’s not likely the trick will be successful much longer.
MySpace will open up its platform to third party developers, following in the footsteps of rival Facebook.
A group of media and Web companies create a set of copyright use principles.
US senators are calling for a mobile-phone customer bill of rights.
Several U.S. states are requesting a five-year extension of the antitrust judgment against Microsoft to ensure the company’s compliance, a court filing said.
A teenager has been arrested for hacking the Orange County 911 system and dispatching a SWAT team to an area couple’s home.
A U.S. Congress committee has asked Yahoo’s CEO and chief counsel to explain previous statements regarding activities in China.
Apple’s hardware shipments for the third-quarter surged 15.9 percent over the same quarter last year.
Facebook will take steps to better police itself following an New York Attorney General investigation.