Jul 31, 2006

Kazaa pays $100m to record industry

In today`s technology roundup: Kazaa pays $100m to record industry, Microsoft to charge for Office beta, "uncrashable" cars possible, and Schwarzenegger calls for advanced health IT.

Sep 9, 2005

eBay eyes Skype

In today`s technology roundup: eBay eyes Skype, Microsoft takes aim at Google, Internet phones connect hurricane victims, and Firefox gets major upgrade.

Feb 10, 2005

Companies seek mobile VOIP

In today`s technology roundup: Companies seek mobile VOIP, Oracle launches Microsoft .Net tool, and adware annoys even Kazaa.

Nov 29, 2004

Kazaa the biggest piracy system

In today`s technology roundup: Courts are told Kazaa is the biggest piracy system, Veritas unveils app management solution, SanDisk unveils "rugged" memory chip, and will ringback phone tunes be the next cash cow?

Nov 23, 2004

Free Internet phone calls from Kazaa

Sharman Networks launched the latest version of its Kazaa file-sharing software that enables users to make free online calls.

Jan 26, 2004

Kazaa owner to sue movie, record companies

A US federal court has cleared the way for Kazaa file-sharing software owner Sharman Networks to sue the entertainment industry for copyright infringement.

Dec 24, 2003

Bollywood inks Kazaa deal

India's filmmakers will offer Internet movie downloads on Kazaa to lower costs and boost revenues in Bollywood.

Dec 22, 2003

Dutch court throws out attempt to control Kazaa

The Dutch supreme court has thrown out an attempt by a music copyright agency to put controls on Internet file-swapping software system Kazaa.

Oct 15, 2003

A good day to buy someone

In today`s tech wrap: Lots of activity on the M&A front; HP systems merger architect Bob Napier dies; Intel absent from processor forum; and Europeans prefer different P2P programs from Americans.

Sep 25, 2003

Unlikely file-sharers

In today`s tech wrap: RIAA faces off with a senior citizen; Philips to use HP`s on-demand service; Apple pulls update; terror database raises fears; IBM`s dynamic software; Athlon support; Intel investment; Seagate enters external drives; IBM and Linux protection.

Sep 22, 2003

UK company bans e-mail

In today`s technology wrap: The killer app that kills productivity; Windows on ATMs imminent; regional PC/comms standards in Asia decried; Kazaa offers free Internet phone calls; Office 2003 third-party apps; and VeriSign runs into resistance over redirecting site.

Sep 3, 2003

Teen hacker: "case overblown

In today`s tech wrap: Teen Blaster author says his case is 'overblown`, SCO sends invoices, US residents fear terror attacks via cyber space, Google pulls links to Kazaa-like swapper, cheap models boost mobile phone market, and e-mail continuity under spotlight.

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