Gregg Steinhafel steps down in wake of a hack last December that affected as many as 110 million Target customers.
CNET News.com's Ina Fried asks Sun executives about the speed of innovation with committee-run, open-source products such as OpenDocument Format. The roundtable took place Dec. 13, 2005, in San Francisco. Answers come first from Tim Bray, Sun Web technologist and co-inventor of XML, and then from Peter Korn, Sun's accessibility architect.
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.
Is a reference Android smartphone based on the Optimus G just a few weeks away? That's the word from an unusual source.
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.
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.
Capitol Music Group signs a deal for artists to interact with fans in virtual world There.com.
Capitol Music Group recording artists will be visiting the virtual world There.com.
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.