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New Worm Masquerades as IE7 Beta Download

It always pays to be suspicious when unsolicited e-mails arrive, and on Friday new evidence underscored the point: A malicious e-mail purportedly from Microsoft actually serves up a worm dubbed "Grum." ...

Intel Details Plans for Next Generation of Chips

Intel on Wednesday laid out its road map for the next year or so, including details about Penryn, its 45nm chip due later this year, as well as the next generation beyond that ...

US Losing Its IT Chops

After ranking first in 2006, the United States has fallen to seventh place this year among 122 economies in its network readiness, or ability to leverage the opportunities of IT, according to a report released Wednesday by the World Economic Forum ...

AT&T Takes Banking Mobile

AT&T brought its customers one step closer to the promise of mobile banking Tuesday when it announced partnerships with BancorpSouth and a number of other banks to offer banking capabilities to wireless users ...

AT&T Takes Banking Mobile

AT&T brought its customers one step closer to the promise of mobile banking Tuesday when it announced partnerships with BancorpSouth and a number of other banks to offer banking capabilities to wireless users ...

AT&T Takes Banking Mobile

AT&T brought its customers one step closer to the promise of mobile banking Tuesday when it announced partnerships with BancorpSouth and a number of other banks to offer banking capabilities to wireless users ...

‘Hillary 1984’ Creator: ‘The Game Has Changed’

Roughly two weeks and 2 million viewings since the controversial "Hillary 1984" video was posted on YouTube, its maker has stepped forward: It's Phil de Vellis, an Internet professional, and he's "proud of it." ...

Xbox 360 Back in Black

Rumors have been circulating for months about a black Xbox 360, and now they appear to be confirmed: The Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite, due at the end of April, will reportedly be shipped in black -- but just for a limited time ...

Yahoo Ups the Ante in Mobile Web War

Rumors may abound about a tantalizing Google phone in the works, but Yahoo Tuesday made its own, definitive bid for the hearts of mobile Web users by bringing the oneSearch service to mobile phone users ...

Fiber Optics: Let There Be Light

Imagine a home with cheerful splashes of natural sunlight in every room at once -- even the interior ones -- all day long. Now imagine a world in which all citizens have access to the very best medical care, regardless of where they live. These are just two of many new applications of fiber optics technology, which is beginning to touch consumers' lives in more and more ways...

FBI: Auction Fraud No. 1 Online Complaint

Internet auction fraud accounts for close to half of all the complaints made to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center, according to a report released Friday ...

Yahoo’s Flickr Photo-Sharing Site to Make China Debut

Making good on its promises to expand Flickr into other languages, Yahoo said Friday that it plans to launch a Chinese language version of the photo-sharing service later this year ...

Google’s Big Privacy Move – Close but No Cigar

When Google announced Wednesday that it will adopt new privacy measures designed to make it harder to connect searches with the individuals who request them, it promoted the move as a big step ...

Tiny Transistors: Better Things Come in Small Packages

Now that IBM and Intel have both created chips using 45nm process technology, it's clear chip technology will continue at least a little longer on the path predicted by Moore's Law, with ever-tinier creations coming out every two years or so ...

House Dems Blast FCC for Cable TV ‘Legislating’

In a contentious congressional hearing Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission was accused of overstepping its authority in its recent actions regarding the cable TV industry ...

All Parents Really Need to Know They’ll Learn From Disney?

The Walt Disney Internet Group (WDIG) announced Tuesday that it is targeting online moms with a new, "one-stop" resource for parents ...

Red Badge of Style: AT&T Adds Color to Pearl, Treo

Wireless handset users looking for a little more style than the usual black and silver need look no further than AT&T, which announced Monday the immediate availability of the BlackBerry Pearl and Palm Treo in shades of red ...

Biometrics: It’s All About You

If one were to conduct a survey of technology publications over the past decade or so, it's a good bet there would be at least one instance in each of those years in which someone declared that "this is the year of biometrics." ...

Beer-Launching Fridge: Coming Soon to a Couch Near You?

For some, it may seem like a dream come true. For others, it may feel like an April Fools' Day joke come early, but make no mistake about it: The beer-launching fridge has arrived ...

YouTube Caught in the Middle of Ancient Feud

In a modern-day continuation of an ages-old battle, the Turkish government has banned YouTube in Turkey because of offensive content posted by a Greek contributor ...

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