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241: new post   Steve Ballmer at 3GSM: Win Mobile demonstrated free VoIP
"...He went on to demonstrate how a mobile phone running Windows Mobile can be used to make a free voice call over the internet. Ballmer told the audience: 'That was a VoIP call.'"
Feb 20, 2006
242: new post   Strong Quarter at Microsoft; Upbeat '08 Outlook
"Microsoft reported quarterly sales and profits that surpassed Wall Street's expectations yesterday, suggesting that early sales of its new Windows Vista operating system were off to a solid start."
Apr 27, 2007
243: new post   Study Reveals 53 Billion Visits to Piracy Sites In One Year
Mark Mulligan, an analyst at research firm Forrester, points out that the numbers of visits does not necessarily equate to the number of downloads.

But it does show that commercial file-sharing sites, alongside other non-network based methods, are becoming as popular a way of sharing pirated music and films as peer-to-peer technologies.

"These upload sites index their files. It is very easy and convenient," he added.
Jan 11, 2011
244: new post   Study: 50pct of All Email Spam Comes From Only 20 ISPs
Of the 42,201 ISPs studied about 50% of all junk mail, phishing attacks and other malicious messages came from just 20 networks,
Mar 18, 2013
245: new post   Symantec Being Blackmailed Over Source Code
Negotiations between Symantec and the hacker reportedly broke down however, culminating with an email on Monday that threatened to release the company's source code if Symantec didn't deliver funds within 10 minutes.[br][br][br]Yamatough was apparently unwilling to afford the company more time, however, as a 1.2GB file titled "Symantec's pcAnywhere Leaked Source Code" was posted to the Pirate Bay Monday evening.
Feb 7, 2012
246: new post   Tech Giants Call for End to NSA Data Surveillance
...companies, led by Google and Microsoft, presented a plan to regulate online spying and urged the United States to lead a worldwide effort to restrict it.
Dec 10, 2013
247: new post   Techies gone astray - Many .gov sites don't resolve without the "www"
Many US government sites fail to setup their servers for proper canonicalization with or without the "www" subdomain.
May 28, 2012
248: new post   The Bug Crawling In My Screen!
May 3, 2008
249: new post   The Gizmo Quiz Scoreboard
The running scores for the Gizmo Quiz, August 2005 - August 2006.
Aug 17, 2005
250: new post   The Happy New Year Thread for 2009
Jan 1, 2009
251: new post   The Internet Aquisition Arms Race
"Google Inc.'s $1.65 billion acquisition of Internet video site YouTube Inc. has turned up the pressure on rivals to keep pace in a rapidly changing online environment. "
Oct 29, 2006
252: new post   The Most Valuable Global Brands: Google Tops Again
"Its brand value grew 30 percent since last year's report to surpass $86 billion."
Apr 21, 2008
253: new post   The Times to Charge for Frequent Access to Its Web Site
"Perhaps what is the top global news online site is looking to charge for access."
Jan 18, 2010
254: new post   The WebmasterWorld Saturday Classic : Gizmo Quiz
Oct 4, 2003
255: new post   This Weeks Microsoft Windows Virus
Oct 29, 2003
256: new post   Tim Berners-Lee warns against third-party internet snooping
Mar 12, 2009
257: new post   Time Magazine Person of the Year: Mark Zuckerberg
"Mark Elliot Zuckerberg is TIME's 2010 Person of the Year."
Dec 15, 2010
258: new post   Time Warner Cable Experiments With Metering Internet Use
"On Thursday, new Time Warner Cable Internet subscribers in Beaumont, Texas, will have monthly allowances for the amount of data they upload and download."
June 3, 2008
259: new post   Top Spammer Arrested in Seattle
"Robert Alan Soloway is accused of using networks of 'zombie' computers to send out millions of spam e-mails."
May 31, 2007
260: new post   Trojans Exploit Sony CD Copy-Protection On Music CDs
"A controversial copy-protection program that automatically installs when some Sony BMG audio CDs are played on personal computers is now being exploited by malicious software that takes advantage of the antipiracy technology's ability to hide files."
Nov 11, 2005
261: new post   Turning Unwanted Telemarketing Calls Into Profit Opportunities
"WebmasterWorld Members come up with novel ways to turn unwanted telemarketing calls into profit opportunities."
Oct 9, 2010
262: new post   Twitter Hacker Arrested Over Obama and Spears Hack
"The man is accused of breaking into dozens of Twitter and Google accounts and posting screen shots of private pages on online hacker forums."
Mar 25, 2010
263: new post   Twitter Hacker Exposes Company Documents
"...as they were never meant for public communication, publishing these documents publicly could jeopardize relationships with Twitter's ongoing and potential partners."
July 15, 2009
264: new post   U.N. Proposes Changes To Net's Operation
"A top United Nations official on Monday called for changes in the way the Internet is operated, taking aim at "self-serving justifications" for permitting the United States to preserve its unique influence and authority online."
Oct 30, 2006
265: new post   U.S. Authorities Shut Down File Sharing Sites
"Domains seized included a BitTorrent search engine, music download sites and shops selling fake designer clothing."
Nov 29, 2010
266: new post   U.S. Court Rules Disputed Web Patent Claim Is Invalid
A US court has upheld a decision to invalidate a tech firm's claim to own technologies underpinning the web.
July 23, 2013
267: new post   U.S. Court Rules FCC Cannot Impose Net Neutrality Rules
In a ruling that has significant implications for the future of the internet, an appeals court has ruled that the FCC cannot impose so-called "net neutrality rules."
Jan 15, 2014
268: new post   U.S. F.T.C.: Online Ads Must Be Clearly Marked as Ads To Avoid Deception
"Marketers have ... moved past the banner ad into advertising that is more seamlessly, and inconspicuously, integrated into digital content,"
Dec 5, 2013
269: new post   U.S. Hacker Gets 20 Years
"The judge who sentenced him described the case as 'the largest and most costly example of computer hacking in US history'."
Mar 27, 2010
270: new post   U.S. ISP Cut Off For Alleged "illegal, malicious, and harmful content"
June 6, 2009
271: new post   U.S. Judge Allows Piracy Trial To Test IP Evidence
Such cases rely on identifying the machines the IP address of machines from which content was illegally downloaded as evidence of wrongdoing.
Oct 10, 2012
272: new post   U.S. Regulators Want Clarity About Ads on Blogs
Aug 11, 2009
273: new post   U.S.: Obama Signs Executive Order Outlining Internet Control In Emergencies
President Barack Obama signed an executive order last week that could give the U.S. government control over the Internet.
July 11, 2012
274: new post   U.S.FCC Aims to Punish Comcast Over Net Neutrality
July 11, 2008
275: new post   UK Government Replies to E.U. over Phorm Ad System
"In response to EU questions about its legality, it said that it was happy Phorm conformed to EU data laws."
Sept 16, 2008
276: new post   UK's ITV Warns Apple Off Using its Brand For Apple TV
Apple has never confirmed plans for an "iTV" but expectations that it is preparing to launch one are gathering pace.
Feb 13, 2012
277: new post   URI Shortener Makes Partnerships To Protect Users From Malicious Links
Dec 1, 2009
278: new post   URL Shortener Tr.im to Shut Down
"With so many URL shortening services out there, this was bound to happen to at least one of them: Trim is shutting down."
Aug 10, 2009
279: new post   URL Shortening Service, tr.im, Will Keep Operating
Aug 13, 2009
280: new post   US Administration Moves To Start Consumer Privacy Legislation
The Obama administration plans to work with Congress to enact legislation to protect peoples' online privacy based on a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights being unveiled tomorrow.[br][br]At the same time, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL are committing to work with Do Not Track technology in most major Web browsers so people can stop companies from tracking them as they bounce around the Internet, the administration said in a statement.
Feb 23, 2012
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