Move marks first step into microbrowsers forAOL's Netscape Communications division,
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Low to medium risk from variant
In a move aimed at bolstering its mobile communications offerings, Intel has announced the takeover of Xircom. The acquisition complements Intel's existing network access businesses because it now will be able to provide products for notebook and mobile computing.
In a move to boost online sales, Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV is helping its network of about 60,000 resellers worldwide to get online.
Attacks appear to originate in Romania
Clear rules for internet use must be set
Teen pop music idol Britney Spears finished the year number one on the list of most searched for people, places or things among users of the Lycos Web search engine.
Expect Bill Gates to paraphrase Mark Twain's famous remark as word gets around about a new film portraying his assassination. The makers of the film, MacArthur Park, are using the Internet to create a buzz around the film, shot in the style of a feature-length documentary.
Telia first leading national carrier in Europe that failed to secure UMTS licence on own turf
Instead of preaching about the mobile revolution, Oracle Corp.'s Executive Vice President EMEA Sergio Giacoletto told an audience of Internet professionals that they shouldn't rush to get on the mobile Internet bandwagon.
Intrusion into individuals and companies' privacy should be limited
Chello Broadband and Excite@Home have abandoned plans to merge, the companies announced Tuesday.
If image is "messed with" PORNsweeper won't catch it
European mobile phone operators are barred from showing third party advertisements on their customers' handsets because of a European directive, according to the U.K. Data Protection Commissioner (DPC).
Microsoft Corp.'s Web browser Internet Explorer has a security vulnerability that could let a malicious Web master take over a user's computer, a security expert said Monday.