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Dot-com? How quaint. A smorgasbord of new Net domains has arrived, with hundreds more on the way. There's opportunity aplenty, but lots of trademark hassles, too.
In 1997, President Clinton signed an executive order creating an electronic embargo against Iran. It's still in effect today -- and causing headaches and hassles for Internet companies.
The software maker said on Monday it is buying a unit of drug giant Merck to help its Amalga Life Sciences product.
Today, the last current-generation Internet addresses were divvied up at the highest level. Here's a look at what happens next in rebuilding the Net with the newer IPv6.
A total of 33.6 million addresses are on their way to their ultimate users on the Net--meaning the last blocks of IPv4 addresses will be allocated soon. IPv6, hurry up, would ya?
Tech giant signs a deal to acquire Phase Forward, which it will integrate into its two-year-old Health Sciences division.
NetWitness uncovers 18-month-old attack designed to steal credentials for banks, social networks, and e-mail.
Trapped for 65 hours in the lobby of his Port-au-Prince hotel, Dan Woolley used information gleaned from an iPhone first-aid app to make a tourniquet for his fractured leg and stanch the bleeding from his head wound.
Merck releases a new medical book and its companion iPhone app, The Merck Manual--Home Edition, a reference manual that includes timely health topics such as H1N1.
A company says it has made a virtual reality helmet that will give you sights, sounds, temperature, and even smell. Which makes us wonder if that's a good thing. Would you want to see movies with smell?