Three U.S. online civil rights groups have filed a complaint asking the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to block Google’s planned US$3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick unless the company agrees to stop tracking its users.
Google has bought Marratech, a Stockholm-based developer of video conferencing software, taking it further into the sphere of collaborative working.
Vonage CEO Michael Snyder resigns and the company announces cost-cutting moves.
German researchers have published details of a way to break WEP security on Wi-Fi networks in under 60 seconds.
Online advertising sales and hosting company DoubleClick is looking for a new owner, according to U.S. media reports.
The German IT industry wants lawmakers to focus on copyright and fair competition, but not to regulate other aspects of the Internet.
France has passed a law making it a crime for anyone except professional journalists to record or broadcast violent acts.
Camera manufacturers including Canon, Pentax and Fujifilm will show new digital SLRs for professional photographers at the PMA07 show in Las Vegas next month.
Google is offering some users of its Blogger Web site access to a new version of the blog hosting service.
Demand for flat-panel televisions fell in Europe, but LCD models still outsold CRT models for the first time there during the third quarter.
Alcatel accused Microsoft of infringing on seven patents, some relating to digital video transmission. It made the claims in lawsuits filed in Texas on Friday.
The French Publishers' Association has joined a lawsuit brought by a French publisher to stop Google publishing book extracts in Google Book Search.
AMD plans to deliver chips integrating a main processor and a graphics processor by early 2009, in a project codenamed Fusion.
French mobile operator SFR will cut the price of music downloads to €0.99 next month, matching the price of Apple's iTunes Store.
Less than 24 hours after the launch of Internet Explorer 7, security researchers have found a flaw in the new browser.