The BSA trade group sends 48,000 peer-to-peer-related takedown warnings and asks sites to shut down 18,000 auctions for the first half of this year.
Zenoss is releasing a new product focused on small and medium-size businesses, but it may not be able to keep the big enterprises away from its ease of use and cost savings.
The service's Mobile Producer app is now available on numerous S60 phones, but it's not aimed at the end user.
The unveiling of the first phone with Google's Android operating system made the most noise this week, but news about music services played loudly in the background.
HP may need to downsize Voodoo, Alienware is a shadow of its former self, and the PC business is consolidating. Don Reisinger thinks it's bad all-around.
Already a client of Telligent, Intel is infusing the software company with $20 million to expand its reach and sales team.
Two professors from America's elite graduate schools teach business executives how to combat open source, thereby indicating that open source is a serious threat.
This week CardScan released its business card scanner and contact management software for Mac, the CardScan Executive for Mac.
And the flood of corporate Twitter-alikes has not even begun.
Tuesday saw the announcement of several major Canon cameras, including the long-awaited replacement for the EOS 5D.