Teen pleads guilty in ISP, telecom hacking case

A Massachusetts teenager has pleaded guilty in federal court to hacking into the networks of Internet and telephone service providers, stealing someone's personal information and posting it online, according to a statement from Michael Sullivan, U.S....

Microsoft unveils set of design tools

Microsoft has unveiled a suite of Web site design and graphics software that gives .NET developers a set of tools similar to those that have been available for years from Adobe Systems and Macromedia.

Lenovo announces new series of ThinkPads

Lenovo has announced a new line of ThinkPad notebooks, the Z60 series, in the US. While previous ThinkPad models, such as notebooks in the X and T lines, have been more business- and corporate-minded, Z60 series ThinkPads will be decidedly consumer-f...

Paris Hilton hacker gets 11-month sentence

A Massachusetts juvenile has pleaded guilty to a January 2005 attack that ultimately exposed the cell phone address book of U.S. socialite Paris Hilton to the Internet, according to T-Mobile USA, the mobile phone provider whose servers were compromis...

Google launches blog search

Google has added to its menu of search alternatives the option to search through the ever-popular online journals called Web logs, or blogs.

Yahoo launches beta of revamped Web mail

Yahoo has launched a test of the new version of its Web mail service with a radically redesigned user interface that works more like a typical desktop e-mail application, the Californian company announced on Wednesday.

In-Stat: Intel chips only cost $US40 to make

By continuously upgrading its production equipment to the latest technology, Intel maintains a low cost per chip of about $US40, according to a report issued by industry researcher, In-Stat.

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Taiwanese electronics maker BenQ announced on Wednesday what it reckons is one of the speediest 20-inch wide screen LCD (liquid crystal display) monitors around, designed specifically with movie viewers and gamers in mind.

Microsoft says it would settle employee case

If Google would agree to make a preliminary injunction become permanent in a lawsuit Microsoft filed against it related to a former employee who has gone to work for Google, the matter could be settled, Microsoft said in a statement issued Tuesday.

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In a setback for Microsoft, a Redmond, Washington, defector and high-ranking Google executive will be able to help Google set up a research and development facility in China in the coming months while a case over his hiring comes to trial in January ...

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