Internet neutrality proponents believe that the recent change in Congress is likely to boost their efforts to push legislation that would prohibit tiered access to the Internet.
Hackers Use Virtual Machine Detection to Foil Researchers
The tactic is designed to thwart researchers who use virtualization software, notably that made by VMware, to quickly and safely test the impact of malicious code.
Universal Music Sues MySpace for Copyright Infringement
The Universal Music Group, the world’s largest music company, filed a copyright infringement lawsuit yesterday against MySpace, the popular social networking Web site, for allowing users to upload and download songs and music videos.
Nintendo's Wii Joins Console Wars
The next-generation video games battle became a three-console race on Sunday as retailers across the U.S. and Canada put Nintendo's Wii on sale.
Second Life Virus Shuts Gamers Out
Online gamers were locked out of Second Life yesterday after a self-replicating worm planted spinning golden rings throughout the virtual world.
JBoss Fills out 'Stack' with Integration
JBoss is set to update its Java software suite with an integration server, an important component in its services-oriented architecture strategy.