U.S. will appeal trade organization's recommendation that Washington let Americans place bets in online casinos.
A rather elaborate phishing attack: create a 2-week web-based course for security professionals interested in working for CitiBank. On the second week of the course, ask them to execute an Internet banking transaction to receive a payment into their checking...
Grassroots creative communities are creating new forms of digital expression that are influencing both the art world and commercial culture.
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.
Purveyors of wireless telecom services say high government levies impede investment in infrastructure.
President Bush probably will not reverse his position on stem cell research, even if it is mostly symbolic (embryos, after all, are destroyed every day in reproductive clinics--perhaps some White House press corps member would ask the president about this...
After $536 million deal, Novell agrees to pull out of the European antitrust case
AP: Electronic Voting Machine Gave Bush 4,258 Votes in a Precinct Where Only 638 Voters Actually Voted
Who really won the election last Tuesday?According to this article at CNN.com, a voting machine in Franklin County, Ohio, gave 4,258 votes to Bush and 260 votes to John Kerry. The only problem is this: only 638 people actually voted...