100,000 Sony Batteries Recalled
The batteries found in Dell, HP, and Toshiba PCs were sold in the same time frame as Sony notebook batteries involved in a massive recall in 2006.
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.
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.
IBM Expands R&D In China
The new facility will focus primarily on information analytics, Web-delivered service computing, cloud computing, and stream computing.
World Bank Besieged By Hackers, Or Not
According to a media report, the World Bank has experienced at least six major intrusions, two from the same IP address in China, since the summer of 2007.
Entellium CEO, CFO Charged With Fraud
A U.S. District Court complaint alleges that the pair lied about the financial state of their company to attract more than $50 million in investment between March 2004 and September 2008.
Sarah Palin E-mail Hack Suspect Indicted
A Tennessee Democratic state representative's son faces a maximum of five years in prison, a $250,000 fine, and three years of supervised release if convicted.
Google, Yahoo Postpone Ad Deal, For Now
The companies said they would hold off while the U.S. Department of Justice investigates complaints that the deal would concentrate too much power in one place.