California court to weigh free speech against trade secrets
BEIJING, April 22 (Xinhuanet) -- A three-judge panel in a California appeals court will have to decide in 90 days on a case that weighs First Amendment and privacy rights against businesses' efforts to guard their trade secrets. ... Full Story
Oracle: Open Source Brings New Customers
Oracle isn’t only looking to buy up open-source technology, but sees the software as opening up a route to potential future Oracle users. Company executives offered their take Tuesday on how the acquisition Full Story
From MySpace to Safer Space?
MySpace.com is getting serious about online safety. The popular social network said on Apr. 11 it has hired a former federal prosecutor to be its first chief security officer. That came a day after the site, along with other Newscorp Web sites and TV channels, began airing public-service announcements promoting online user safety.Full Story
There's nothing superior about Apple hardware
APPLE HAS confounded a lot of people over the past ninety days. First, it rolled out Intel-based boxes with such fanfare in January that you'd have thought they had a sole lock on the dual Core Duos. And Apple ... Full Story
Google Puts on Its Wifi Track Shoes
It has never been a secret that Google and partner Earthlink intend to track the whereabouts of people using a free wireless network the companies intend to build in San Francisco. But the reality of what ... Full Story
Microsoft Offers Free Virtual Server, Will Support Linux Guests
On Monday Microsoft said it had developed virtual machine additions for Red Hat and Novell Suse Linux distributions, as well as demonstrated some of its new open-source wares at the LinuxWorld trade show. ... Full Story
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