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Articles by K.C. Jones
posted in March 2006
Do bloggers and journalists have the right to publish trade secrets? That's one of the critical First Amendment issues in the case.
Illustrators, photographers, writers, and representatives of the music industry appeared before a House subcommittee to address alternatives to the current system.
Apple Computer says its agreement with the music company doesn't prohibit data transfers, so iTunes is allowed.
Though a number of efforts have sprung up to limit the practice by government agencies, only two states prohibit offshoring of the federal programs they administer, according to a new GAO report.
Apple Computer is back in a British court defending itself against the music company Apple Corps, which claims a previous agreement prevents the computer company from selling music.
The New York cable company is moving video recording out of customers' homes and onto its remote servers.
But the therapy works only with specially designed video games and videos, not off-the-shelf wares, and more research is needed, experts say.
A new lawsuit marks the third time the company that holds rights to Beatles music has taken Steve Jobs' company to court over its name.
One of many battles is over whether police can take and keep video footage of people participating in political demonstrations.
IBM has opened a global delivery center in Shanghai, China.
Apple is getting a boost in its fight against the French government's attempts to force iTunes to open up for interoperability.
Right To Play, the organization receiving the laptops, operates programs in 23 developing countries to foster healthy physical, social, and emotional development for children.
Over 50 government, academic, and industry experts attended demonstrations in Beijing this week, a vendor announced, and officials there are now seeking cost details to implement an RFID tracking program.
The company would likely just leave the French market if a bill to open iTunes were signed into law, one analyst says.
A patent application has been filed for a technology that would allow ear and eye implants to be positioned from outside the patient's body.
IBM is helping three companies innovate in the gaming and animation industries.
Along with cost and other concerns already raised about global positioning systems comes a new issue: discrimination.
A state group is urging its 57 member counties to use Muni-Minder software not only to identify questionable Medicaid claims, but also to track the effectiveness of many other programs and services.
The companies opened "Calling All Bands," a promotional contest, last month. They allowed any band with a MySpace profile--and without a record company deal--to enter.
The software has a new architecture and patch manager.
PocketSpots is a mini audio commercial campaign for iPods and mobile phones.
A New Jersey lawmaker's attempt to legislate civility on an Internet discussion board runs into a wall of opposition from bloggers and others who see it as an attempt to stifle free speech.
The Internet is adding new momentum to the campaign urging Iraqi captors to release freelance reporter Jill Carroll. U.S. bloggers are linking to public service announcements airing on Iraqi television.
Viewers can create libraries by downloading content into queues, which can then be accessed easily from home, at work, or anywhere they can log in.