A security researcher warned iTunes customers Thursday that Apple encodes the buyer's account name and e-mail address in the new DRM-free tracks that debuted Wednesday.
Security vendor Akonix Systems has tallied 170 instant-messaging threats so far this year, the company said this month, a 73 percent increase over the same period last year.
The Wall Street Journal's D: All Things Digital conference is winding down, and one of the last major components is Walt Mossberg's interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
Apple's CEO Steve Jobs compared Windows to hell in an on-stage conversation with the Wall Street Journal's personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg at the newspaper's D: All Things Digital conference yesterday.
Although Cisco is one of the first to take part in the Wi-Fi Alliance's branding programme for draft 802.11n, the fast Wi-Fi standard in progress at the IEEE, it's not launching an 802.11n product at the Interop event in Las Vegas.
Nokia will open its first research centre in Asia in partnership with a Chinese university, the company said on Monday.
Yahoo's Chief Technology Officer Farzad Nazem is stepping down.
A Seattle man was arrested Wednesday morning for illegal spamming activities.
Apple Australia's iTunes store is going DRM free with the launch of iTunes Plus, a new and better quality song format that frees users to play music on portable players other than Apple's iPod.
In another move to build out its social networking presence, CBS announced Wednesday that it has acquired Last.fm Ltd., a social network for music fans, for $US280 million in cash.
An acquisition of Avaya by Nortel Networks might help the buyer expand its enterprise telephony business and pare down a crowded industry, but the deal could be tough for customers.
Online photo sharing, storage and creativity Web site Photobucket is being acquired by Fox Interactive Media, a division of media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
PayPlay takes stand against DRM
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