Yahoo, Facebook Join Google Against Viacom
In a court brief filed Wednesday, eBay, IAC, Facebook and Yahoo urged a New York federal court to dismiss Viacom's copyright infringement suit against Google-owned YouTube.
Firefox Home Headed To iPhone
Mozilla may not be able to get Firefox approved for the iPhone but perhaps it will be able to win acceptance for its personalization and synchronization technology.
Gov 2.0: Government Design Winners Announced
The Sunlight Foundation's "Design for America" awards honored IRS.gov, the U.S. passport form, and other projects that successfully merged creative design and government data.
Gov 2.0: Secrets To Social Media Success
Social media tactics to humanize government officials and call citizens to take action will foster more engagement with the public according a social media expert.
Congress Considering Rewrite Of Telecom Law
House and Senate leaders are looking to take up the contentious issue of whether to reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service, subjecting it to more regulation.
Feds Advance Cloud Adoption Plans
In the past two weeks alone, the government has introduced a new cloud RFQ, expanded its cloud app store, and launched a clouds standards effort.
Europe Sets Broadband Strategy
The European Commission says moving to a single broadband market would overcome a host of challenges and improve its citizens' access to high-speed Internet.
Army Expands Microsoft R&D Partnership
The year-old partnership has already led to promising developments using Microsoft Surface multi-touch computers and will now expand to use Microsoft's Project Natal controller-free system designed for Xbox 360.
Data.gov To Relaunch Friday
The federal government's online data repository is getting a redesign that will add Microsoft's Bing search, feature links to data sets and applications, and focus on usability.
Google Wave Open To All
After a year in invitation-only testing, Google is making Wave available to anyone who wants to try it.
DIA Awards $6.6 Billlion IT Contract
The Defense Intelligence Agency contract covers the gamut of intelligence-related IT from unclassified to top secret and from the U.S. to Afghanistan.
FBI CIO Unveils Next-Gen IT Strategy
Despite a setback to its Sentinel case-management system, the agency is deploying a high-speed network, new Office-based PCs, and other infrastructure improvements.
Image Gallery: IT Hall Of Shame
Look back at ten of the most infamous and notorious tech industry frauds, flops, and foibles from individuals to products, ideas to entire companies.
Recovery.gov Moved To Amazon Cloud
The federal government hopes moving the stimulus-tracking Web site to Amazon EC2 will allow the recovery board to save money and refocus on its core mission.