Analysts say the switch from PowerPC to Intel processors could show a range of new security holes in Mac OS software.
Nokia is reportedly hoping to get a U.S. patent for a cell phone which will aid in emergency response times.
Google, the victim of a government subpoena promises it’s users they will fight for privacy.
Research In Motion and NTP have formed a definitive settlement agreement and will end litigation.
The EFF and Kaspersky Labs have released public statements on the security implications with Google Desktop 3.
A 29 year old man convicted of selling Microsoft’s Windows 2000 source code recieves 2 year prison sentence.
A bill allowing telecom providers to provide pay-television services more easily has been approved by a key congressional panel.