Infosys and Microsoft plan to invest $8 million in a new venture; Microsoft will hire hundreds more programmers in India.
Convicted junk e-mailer was grossing up to $750k per month even while getting responses from only one in 30,000 messages sent.
The proposed policy shift reignites a debate over whether such research will help or hinder defense against bioterrorism.
Sony's new 'Cell' chip, which has long been discussed as the power source for the next-generation home entertainment systems, goes into production next year.
The product of a $100 million catch-up project includes natural language searching and location-sensitive results; Google responds by announcing a doubling of the number of Web pages it indexes.
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.
Researchers and start-ups have are gravitating toward the state where voters approved approved a plan to spend $3 billion on studies that may lead to cures for an array of diseases.
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.