Open source is at the heart of the US Small Business Administration's new Business.gov website, a project that came in under budget and has over-delivered in terms of functionality and ease of use.
Bennett Nasty, Bakalicious, and WillyT talk to Ari Rabban from Phone.com about his company. Also in the mix, they hit up the iPhone SDK, Randall's wife's grandma's issues with MySpace and friendship, plus we think "10,000 B.C." is going to be a pile of p
Get an added level of protection by activating this back-up administrator account in Vista and by safeguarding it in XP.
Report says cases brought and defendants sentenced for intellectual-property violations have increased in number over past two years, with more action coming.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office continues to attack proposed law that the likes of Microsoft, Google, and HP argue could help knock out patent "trolls." Can a compromise be reached?
Feds had claimed documents related to giving telecom companies retroactive immunity from spying-related lawsuits couldn't be ready until December 31, but a judge disagreed.
The day before a preliminary Senate vote to extend a soon-to-expire prohibition on Internet access taxes, Commerce and Treasury chiefs urge something more lasting.
IT plans to hire more open-source administrators. Could this boost their pay?
The Bush administration refuses to intervene on Qualcomm's behalf to veto a ban on new phones imported into the U.S. that violate patents held by Broadcom.
Due to an editing error, this story misstated the day of the week the Bush administration criticized a congressional proposal that could let bloggers protect sources in some cases. The day is Thursday.