Microsoft the newsmaker: First, it was hit with two class-action lawsuits claiming its Windows Genuine Advantage anti-piracy program is spyware because it's installed under false pretenses.
Second, it's going to start selling a wireless digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter told Reuters. Is this a holiday deadline it can hit?
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Yahoo China is threatened with a lawsuit by an international recording industry association, the IFPI, which says Yahoo China users can illegally download copyrighted songs. ...
Only 19% of tech pros in June were concerned about job losses, the lowest percentage since the employment firm Hudson began its job confidence surveys two years ago. ...
CA CEO John Swainson is bringing in more blue. He hired fellow IBM alum James Bryant as executive VP and chief administrative officer to manage CA's technology, facilities, administration, and "corporate transformation and planning" operations. Welcome to the jungle: Bryant was hired the same day CA announced problems with its stock options pricing. ...