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Meg Whitman to Step Down as eBay CEO

Popular online auction site eBay announced today that Meg Whitman would be stepping down as President and CEO of eBay on March 31, 2008, though she would remain on the company's board of directors. Whitman,... More...

AMD's Henri Richard to Step Down

According to CNET's News.com, processor-manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices will announce the imminent departure of Henri Richard, the company's chief sales officer, later this afternoon. Richard's loss is a very significant development in what has been... More...

World powers step up battle against child porn

G8 ministers are urging the private sector, including Internet service providers, information technology professionals and financial institutions, to help combat child pornography on the Internet. "Because no child should be victimized in this horrific way,... More...

Wi-fi networks step up security

The security of wireless networks used by businesses in London has improved significantly over the last 12 months, says a survey. RSA Security found that 66% of the networks surveyed use the encryption... More...

Apple gives iBooks a step up

Apple Computer on Wednesday turned up the performance of its iBook portable computers and turned down the prices on its eMac desktops. The company updated its iBook by adding the PowerPC G4... More...

RIAA chief to step down

Ding Dong the witch is dead...Well no, not quite but the wicked witch of the RIAA has announced she will step down at the end of 2003 after 5 controversial years at the helm. Thanks... More...

Trillian staying one step ahead of AOL

Adding yet another chapter to the seemingly endless battle over instant messaging, AOL has begun blocking Trillian users from accessing its servers, effectively cutting off communication between the independent client and AOL's ad-laden software. Trillian... More...

HP claims big step in tiny chips

Hewlett-Packard and University of California scientists have patented a process they said would eventually help turn out powerful computers that fit on the head of a pin with room to spare. Scientists need to... More...

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