Dell closes 140 kiosks in the United States

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As part of its recent retail strategy, Dell has announced plans to close 140 kiosks in the United States. Customers can still, however, purchase laptop and desktop computers in more than 10,000 retail outlets worldwide....

United States cedes control of the internet

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In a meeting that will go down in internet history, the United States government last night conceded that it can no longer expect to maintain its position as the ultimate authority over the internet. Having...

AOL Most Infected Web Network, company states

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Prolexic, a provider of security consulting products, has claimed that Deutsche Telecom, Wanadoo and AOL are Europe's top three internet providers for harboring infected PCs The primary attack of choice in the begginning...

Mobile Phone Virus Makes It to the United States

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Finnish anti-virus research company F-Secure reports that the first mobile phone virus, called Cabir, has made it's way to the United States since it's discovery in the Philippines over eight months ago. The Cabir virus...

Dell to open new PC plant in United States

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Dell will announce within weeks a plan to build a new manufacturing plant in the United States, as other PC makers continue to send such work overseas, CEO Kevin Rollins said Tuesday in a wide-ranging...

States Threaten Peer-to-Peer Sites

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Several states are cracking down on peer-to-peer sites as hotbeds of illegal file-trading. Attorneys general from 47 U.S. states and territories have sent a letter out to P-to-P software vendors, saying they must re-engineer their...

States, feds headed for VoIP clash

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Regulators in large U.S. states are moving forward with Net-phoning rules, forcing an inevitable confrontation with federal regulators who believe the industry falls under their jurisdiction. By pushing ahead with regulation now,...

States scrutinize e-voting as primaries near

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Some states are raising last-minute security concerns over e-voting technology as much of the country prepares to switch over from mechanical to electronic ballots in time for the upcoming U.S. presidential election. After...

25 more states join fight against Microsoft

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Thanks Nekrosoft13, and oqwarrior for this. In three separate legal briefs filed Friday, a total of 34 states opposed a Microsoft motion that a federal judge should dismiss the remaining portion of its...

States Request Microsoft Windows Code

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Thanks neo1980 for posting this story in our forum yesterday ;) (I didn't see it) The state attorneys general still pursuing the antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. have asked a federal judge to...

States may ask for unbundled version of Windows

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State attorneys general pressing the antitrust case against Microsoft may ask a judge to order the company to offer a cheaper, stripped-down version of its Windows operating system, a source familiar with the case said...

States to sharpen claws in Microsoft case

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WASHINGTON--A group of nine states plans to propose stiff sanctions against Microsoft that could include further opening the Windows source code and could extend to technologies not directly covered by the landmark antitrust case, sources...

States may stick to guns on Microsoft

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Sept. 7 — Two key state attorneys general involved in the Microsoft antitrust case said Friday they would "press for remedies that go beyond those requested by the Department of Justice" if they believe the...

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