In a joint operation, the FBI and Chinese authorities have broken a major pirate software ring and grabbed $500,00 worth of fake software.
The figure is more than four times the original estimate, but MySpace says itâ€™s got them all as two states clamor for new rules on the site.
Court case over possible stolen code thatâ€™s the basis of Facebook begins this week.
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Ratcheting up competition in the online marketing space, AOL is buying behavioral targeting ad firm Tacoda for an undisclosed amount.
Finland's Nokia is buying the little-known social media site Twango in a bid to build up its own media-sharing services.
The chief technology officer for the One Laptop Per Child project says XO laptops may be offered commercially by the end of the year, perhaps for $350.
Toshiba has begun shipping its 17-inch Qosmio G45 notebook in the United States, making it the first U.S. notebook to offer HD DVD-R capability.
Panasonic has introduced three new 8.1 megapixel cameras, including 2 28mm compact shooters and a bigger-bodied model with an 18x optical zoom.
Taking the computer out of the equation, Toshiba's new $99 gigabeat U202 music players can rip audio directly from CDs.
Amp'd Mobile has apparently bought its customers a one-week reprieve: the company now says its potentially suspending operations July 31.
TiVo has introduced a slimmed-down, more affordable version of its high-definition DVR, hoping to spur sales with a $300 price tag.
The first camera to use Kodak's latest image-sensor technology will cost well under $100.
Western Digital is starting to sell environmentally-friendly hard drives.
The rapper's lawyer claims the image used for a "Shoot the Rapper" flash banner is a little too close to his client for comfort.