Gregg Steinhafel steps down in wake of a hack last December that affected as many as 110 million Target customers.
Is a reference Android smartphone based on the Optimus G just a few weeks away? That's the word from an unusual source.
Appellate court had ruled in April that prosecutors were too broadly interpreting a decades-old anti-hacking law to prosecute a man charged with misappropriating trade secrets.
Appeals court rejects government's interpretation of a nearly 30-year-old act, ruling it was intended to prosecute computer hacking, not misappropriation of trade secrets.
The Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg makes an unusual midweek appearance on today's 404 episode and as usual, the discussion topics cover Steve's audiocentric stream of consciousness with a touch of disillusionment, like a Web site that takes the creativity out of naming your band, a mask that enhances audio, the unnatural origins of 3D, and the degrading quality of CD-Rs over time.
Ten years ago SACD and DVD-Audio were hailed as the next big things. Everyone thought multichannel music would soon replace stereo, but stereo's still here and 5.1 music is nearly extinct.
If someone wants to share a playlist with you, why should you have to be subjected to a barrage of things you have no interest in?
If the music company actually attempts to launch a label-specific competitor to iTunes and Amazon.com, it's dead on arrival. But a simple cross-marketing play could work.
We interviewed more than 20 executives, venture capitalists, and bankers to see what they think. While there's little consensus, one thing's for sure: they're plenty worried.
Yes, the selection is slim for this week, but one of Blu-ray releases did win an Oscar for best foreign film last year. Guess which one?