The PCI Protection Racket
A hotel operator says his point-of-sale vendor is using PCI as an excuse to force expensive upgrades to POS equipment.
Legal Hold Software Getting Smarter
Recommind and Guidance have launched products to help companies preserve electronically stored information for legal and audit investigations.
Telecom Immunity Law Challenged In Court
The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that the FISA Amendments Act denies telecom customers their rights without due process, since they're subjected to warrantless surveillance.
Broadcasters Slam FCC Over White Spaces
The National Association of Broadcasters argues that the commission's technical report on white spaces raises questions about whether it will interfere with nearby spectrum bands.
FCC Chairman Backs Use Of White Spaces
Advocates like Google say this spectrum can be used for innovative wireless service, but broadcasters and telecoms say it could interfere with nearby spectrum bands.
FCC Paves Way For Free Wi-Fi
Wireless carriers' concerns of interference from a free nationwide Wi-Fi network are overblown, according to a report from the FCC.
HTC Sees Q3 Sales Grow 31%
The handset manufacturer saw revenue rise 30% to nearly $1.2 billion thanks to the success of its Touch line of smartphones.