Stories by Carly Suppa

Retro worm targets Windows

A new variant of the Lovgate worm has been discovered infecting PCs globally, according to security bulletins by major security firms including Symantec and McAfee.

SIA: Chipset sales continue to rise

While it's no secret that the IT market as a whole has been experiencing a tough time, it appears the clouds have parted slightly to shine a ray of hope onto the semiconductor market, which has seen steady growth throughout 2003.

HP expands mobility lineup

Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced a slew of new mobile offerings, sending the message to buyers that mobile computing is finally coming into its own.

Sonic Foundry introduces Mediasite Live 3.0

Sonic Foundry Inc. unveiled the latest version of its Web conferencing system, Mediasite Live, which the company said brings unlimited browser-based presentations to enterprises at a lower cost than one-off services.

Amazon.com selects Windows Media 9

Microsoft Corp. has inked a deal with online retailer Amazon.com Inc., whereby it will provide its Windows Media Services 9 Series to enable song sampling to Amazon's online shoppers.

FTC goes after 45 alleged spammers, Net scammers

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and several other law enforcement agencies have filed 45 civil and criminal actions against alleged Web scammers and deceptive spammers, and have kicked off an initiative to close the open relays that allow spa...

Microsoft turns another free service into money maker

The phrase "nothing good comes for free" appears to be the latest motto coming out of Redmond, Washington, as Microsoft this week announced that it was turning another of its free content services into a fee-based offering.

Nvidia plays with Microsoft's Longhorn

Bringing the family PC into the living room is the next step in the evolution of consumer digital media, according to Nvidia, which Tuesday at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC), said that the union of its hardware and Micro...

Coders compete in Hollywood challenge

The red carpet may be rolled up, but Hollywood was still buzzing Tuesday as students from around the world gathered to flex their brain power at the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) World Finals.

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