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Articles by K.C. Jones
posted in November 2008
The panel has reached a decision on three of four counts of fraud and unauthorized computer access.
Brick-and-mortar and Web merchants hope for sales boost despite weak economy.
Negotiations to bring the Fab Four's music to Apple's download service face roadblock.
Lori Drew's online taunts allegedly caused a 13-year-old girl to kill herself.
Move over, avatars. There's a new technology that allows users to create digital versions of themselves for any number of applications in the online world.
Police investigating the death of Abraham Biggs Jr. are looking at forum moderators and users.
The National Retail Federation predicts a rise in online shopping, as well as an increase in online promotions.
Some thought the event was a hoax until Abraham Biggs Jr.'s body was found by police.
Court prepares to wrap up first week's testimony in the controversial case.
The ENose can detect particle quantities as small as 10,000 parts per million.
Lori Drew is accused of posing online as a teenage boy in order to harass the victim.
State officials are reviewing votes discarded by optical scanning devices.
The interplanetary system was used to deliver images to earth.
Jerry Yang praises the company's tangible progress, despite a tough external environment, and says he'll "always bleed purple."
Shop.org now features a price comparison engine that covers more than 600 retailers.
Lutz Heilmann says he's satisfied now that offensive content about him has been removed.
Customers can purchase a machine through Amazon and donate a second to a needy child.
Less than two weeks into U.S. Sen. Barack Obama's transition toward the presidency, it has become clear I'm unlikely to get a job with the next administration.
Astronomers believe Fomalhaut b could have Saturn-like rings.
The Twitter Vote Report was subject to human judgment and technological error, according to two bloggers from Reno, Nev., who analyzed the network.
CDW and Autodesk will help bring operations up to date at the company.
BeatMyPrice.com searches the Web for the best online shopping discounts.
Barred from YouTube and other social networking sites, servicemen and women now have their own video portal.
The social networking site now offers utilities that can be used to track user engagement.
Supply chain inefficiencies cost the consumer products and retail industries an estimated $40 billion annually, or 3.5% of sales, IBM's Sam Palmisano pointed out.
NASA's visitor to the Red Planet is unlikely to phone home again.
The online classified site will work with law enforcement to stamp out illicit activity.
All eyes in the tech community are watching to see who will become the nation's first chief technology officer. While there's plenty of speculation and uncertainty about who will fill those shoes, it's clear what the next president expects from the person who fills them.
Sun, CompTIA, and other IT leaders weigh in on the president-elect's technology agenda, which includes support for network neutrality and plans to promulgate community broadband.
Many precincts relied on new, or relatively new electronic voting machines to handle the influx and tally the results.
Eighty-seven of the top 100 search terms related to Tuesday's presidential election, according to Google.
For the first time ever, The Associated Press, which reaches 61 million unique visitors through 2,100 affiliate sites, will stream continuous live election video online.
The company says the Silverlight-based service will deliver faster, easier connections.
With the help of a third party, the social networking site and the music network could profit from piracy.