The early change this year to daylight-saving time has gone relatively smoothly, according to most sources, despite eleventh-hour changes in strategy at some companies.
Trademark lawyers say Cisco Systems seems to have a strong case against Apple in its trademark infringement suit over the iPhone name.
Poor software design, serious IT management inefficiencies and an untested deployment of a critical application were all major factors in last month’s Election Day problems in Denver, according to a scathing report from an IT consultant.
The Mozilla Foundation has posted a public release of Firefox 2.0, the new version of its Web browser now with anti-phishing controls and more -- publicly on its FTP servers, ahead of an update to its Web site expected tomorrow.
Corporate scandals over the backdating of stock options may have left you confused about the practice. Here's a primer about what it is and why it's bad.
A study commissioned by Apple concludes that a 30-inch display can help boost worker productivity, but not everyone agrees.
Although the U.S. Congress hasn't voted on issue, pretexting is now illegal in the state of California, thanks to a law signed by the state's governor.
After a brief period of little growth this spring, The Mozilla Foundation’s open-source Firefox Web browser is again gaining ground.
AOL Tuesday said it will lay off 1,300 workers at AOL customer service call centers in Arizona, Utah and Florida.
The FBI has concluded that a password recovery program found on a New Hampshire government server was never activated.
AOL is being accused of purposely blocking emails from a group opposed to its email tax.
The federal government needs to make it cheaper for businesses and people to recycle electronic equipment, says a federal agency.
About 1,600 current and former employees of the University of Georgia are being notified that their Social Security numbers, stored on a campus server, may have been seen by a hacker operating from a foreign country. In an announcement yesterday, the Athens-based school said the security breach was discovered Sept. 19 by university IT staffers and that the intrusion was stopped. No credit card information was accessed during the incident, the university said.
The Krystal Co., a U.S. hamburger chain, has expanded free Wi-Fi access to all of its 243 company-owned locations.
Palmsource, which develops the operating system software used by Palm-compatible handhelds and smartphones, posted a net income for its fiscal fourth quarter but plans to cut 16 percent of its U.S. workforce.
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