57 per cent of likely voters in the U.S. don't support any Internet regulation by the federal government, according to a new survey released by Broadband for America, an advocacy group with members including AT&T and Verizon Communications.
People are willing to adjust their ideas about privacy if they can benefit from revealing more of their personal information, the CEO of Infosys Technologies said Thursday.
The FBI has launched an investigation into the "Here you have" worm, which disrupted corporate e-mail systems in the U.S. two weeks ago.
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Advanced Micro Devices has lowered its revenue forecast for the third quarter due to weak demand for laptops in Western Europe and North America, the company said Thursday.
India's mobile market continues to boom but there are signs of saturation, particularly in urban markets, according to analysts.
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IBM said on Thursday it will open three analytics centers in Europe, part of its growing business analytics business highlighted by its $1.7 billion offer earlier this week for vendor Netezza.
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