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A proposal to create a senior-level cyber security position at the Department of Homeland Security is killed at the eleventh hour. Why is this issue such a problem for the Bush administration?
The far-reaching Intellectual Property Protection Act would deny consumers many of the freedoms they take for granted.
The election season generated a creative outpouring–and enormous amounts of traffic–at sites such as Atom Films and iFilm. With the election over, can they hold onto recent gains?
Hackers wouldn’t bother writing malicious code to infect the Macintosh unless those computers actually mattered.
With the elegant Firefox, the open-source camp is mounting a full frontal attack on Microsofts long dominant Internet Explorer.
Use of a peer-to-peer program called BitTorrent is way up–and that could be bad news for opponents of file sharing.
Spammers have come close to ruining e-mail–and threaten to do the same to Internet telephony. The time to stop them is now.
Emergency alerts of bad weather or terror attacks could be sent to cell phones of people in the affected areas
Is your computer part of a bot army, infiltrating systems and spreading spam?
A startup claims it has created software that lets programs run on any operating systemand any processorwithout slowing down. Is the hype for real this time?