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The company will pay $2.6 million after being charged with selling shoddy voting equipment that broke down on election day.
U.S. will appeal trade organization’s recommendation that Washington let Americans place bets in online casinos.
Grassroots creative communities are creating new forms of digital expression that are influencing both the art world and commercial culture.
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In a win for Vonage, voice-over-IP is deemed an interstate service and thus under FCC control.
FAA stops Dallas-Fort Worth airport experiment after two planes fly too close to one another.
Purveyors of wireless telecom services say high government levies impede investment in infrastructure.
After $536 million deal, Novell agrees to pull out of the European antitrust case
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?
Illegal versions of Halo 2, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Half-Life 2 have appeared on file-sharing networks, news groups and websites.