The European Parliament opts not to adopt a pan-European ban on all forms of porn, including on the Web, at least for now. Such a vote has happened before, and it's worth putting the "porn ban" into some context.
A star was born during the Mars rover landing. One dapper NASA worker with an unusual haircut inadvertently took the Internet by storm.
Telefonica says ultra-low roaming caps would hamper competition, following a proposal by a member of the European Parliament to halve the retail caps that Neelie Kroes put forward in July.
Were I the marrying kind, I'd consider using this box. And then I'd think better of it.
Would you use the microblogging service to propose marriage to your beloved? Let's hear from you.
OSBC is adding a theme to its 2009 show: how to save money and make money in a recession with open source.
The Digital Economy Bill confirms measures to deal with copyright infringement, involving letters from ISPs and court orders from rights holders. Oh, and it lets Peter Mandelson do what the heck he likes
A difference of opinion over carbon cap-and-trade systems is at the heart of debate over two proposed energy bills; Mozilla releases a Firefox 3 update; Microsoft unveils its answer to Google AdSense; and Second Life gets an adult-oriented continent.
They also re-elect all board members at shareholder meeting Tuesday.
The company's second-annual stockholder gathering will feature an agenda of gripes and changes as suggested by shareholders.