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posted in June 2007
After an unprecedented drafting process, users can modify the free software on their personal and household devices and extend compatibility with other free software licenses.
Both the state Legislature and Congress saw fit to pass legislation to clearly make "pretexting" a criminal offense, as a result of the conduct in this case.
The enhancements include blogs, news feeds, photo streams, and video posts from 2008 presidential candidates.
A judge dismissed all remaining charges at a hearing Thursday morning, during which defendants presented proof that they had completed community service they agreed to in March.
The bill would require retailers to follow payment card industry data security standards to ensure proper retention and protection of credit and debit card information.
The new version of the General Public License comes after 18 months of drafts, meetings, feedback, disagreements, and revisions.
The most popular queries for iPhone focused on price, reviews, news, and the release date, with price queries accounting for 4.23% of all U.S. iPhone searches.
The computer model called NetworKIN pores through existing research data to pinpoint protein networks that control cellular function.
Team announces a new set of guidelines that will continue to encourage research sharing, while adding licensing terms and conditions.
A small group of people began forming a line in New York City on Monday to ensure they'll be among the first to get their hands on an Apple iPhone.
Metro Group ranks as the fourth-largest retailer in the world, with about 270,000 employees and 2,400 outlets in 30 countries.
Leading social networking site uses a digital registry and content identification platform from Snocap to compensate artists and owners of the 3 million tracks available on the site.
The site will encourage young people to discuss how information and communications technology can improve education, entrepreneurship, governance, and health.
Eighty-one percent of the districts monitor student Internet activity, while 89% place computer monitors where adults can see them.
The co-founder of Microway claims he developed a system that reduces the amount of energy required to cool data centers up to 50%.
A judge said the RIAA will have to work with the university to notify the students that have been sued before it can gather information about them.
U.S. representatives indicated Thursday that they aren't likely to continue discussions on a draft after making little progress in gaining consensus thus far.
The military wants droids that could intelligently choose locations and self-configure to form a mesh wireless voice/data network that isn't dependent on line of sight.
The European Union is the latest in a handful of foreign governing bodies that have called the U.S. Internet gambling ban illegal and are demanding compensation.
Lauren Nelson lends her glamour and recognition to help promote Symantec's 'Connected and Protected Child Safety Initiative.'
A business traveler group voices its opinion to a federal court as to whether border agents can snoop through travelers' laptops as they enter the United States.
While 84% of technology companies plan to offer RFID products in the next three years, 65% said their customers haven't implemented RFID.
Categories such as travel, media, entertainment, business, and finance saw double-digit increases in traffic coming from search engines.
The availability of metropolitan-area Ethernet services from most major data service providers will drive the industry, which is expected to bring in $1.4 billion this year.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that e-mail users have a reasonable expectation that their stored e-mail will be as private as a telephone call.
Arrests were made after a 10-month investigation involving law enforcement authorities from 35 countries.
The decoys sometimes present ads. Sometimes they're blank.
Officials are still unclear why the computers went down Wednesday morning, causing voluntary shutdowns of some electronic equipment to preserve power.
Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor wants to make it illegal for companies to install spyware on PCs without consent.
Those at the international space station continued to conserve power Thursday, while NASA administrators made contingency plans.
EIA officials urged the U.S. Congress Wednesday to enact federal laws that would eliminate the challenges manufacturers face.
The tour is part of the government's Strategy Targeting Piracy (STOP!) initiative, which targets networks trafficking in pirated and counterfeit goods at U.S. borders.
Google scored lower in the report than competitors who turned over records of users' search queries to the U.S. Department of Justice last year.
The Senate asks consumers and companies to work together and protect themselves from the dangers of the Internet.
Vignette's Next-Generation Web Suite has been selected to help rocket scientists design spacecraft for the upcoming Constellation Program.
Although customers need the software to create and share clips, anyone will be able to access the clips on Sling Media's video Web site.
The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association is suing to stop enforcement of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006.
The U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology held a hearing on using technology as the first line of defense in preventing file sharing on campus networks.
CompTIA calls for more funding for examiners and resources at the Patent Office, which many people agree is overwhelmed.
One-word searches, including domain and URL searches, accounted for 23.7% of search terms sending traffic to shopping and classified Web sites, Hitwise reported.
The Electronic Industries Alliance and others wants federal lawmakers to amend the Senate immigration bill to make it easier for employers to hire and retain skilled foreign workers.
Official federal telecommuters who follow federal agencies' telecommuting policies are more secure than most of their in-office colleagues, a new survey found.
PartyGaming says it has not allowed Americans to bet through its real-money sites since U.S. ban took effect.
The social networking site will soon provide all declared candidates who have set up MySpace pages with a click-on tool that allows visitors to pledge donations.
The computer-generated drawings popped up on several Web sites before the company and the government announced that they had been removed for security reasons.