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IBM announces it won’t make decisions about its employees based on genetic testing.
Peer-to-peer file-sharing services are in retreat as legitimate sales of digital music take off.
Mobile networks race to bring television to cell phones. But do people want it?
With the launch this week of Truveo, the competition between providers of a new Web service–video search–is heating up.
First-person accounts, rapid-fire fact checking, and a mainstream media that’s paying attention – the blogosphere has arrived, for real this time.
How high-tech companies and Web surfers are using technology to help people find victims of Hurricane Katrina and to assist public safety officials and rescue workers in communicating
The search giant’s new IM product, Talk, is newsworthy – but probably won’t overturn the telecommunications industry. In fact, the recent move by Skype may be more ground-breaking.
More cities and towns across the U.S. are signing up to build their own citywide wireless networks. But local telecommunications providers aren’t giving in without a fight.
Fueled by “commodity” hardware and open-source software, the latest batch of young entrepreneurs are bringing their ideas to market in record time – and more cheaply.
As rumors heat up around Apple’s launch of a video iPod, here’s a look at how it could create a new mass medium: video podcasting.