Federal investigators' probe into America Online Inc.'s (AOL) accounting practices has been broadened to include "aiding and abetting" other companies in artificially boosting their revenue, according to a news report released Wednesday.
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Intel cut 700 more jobs than it originally planned for 2002, according to the company's annual report released Tuesday, with layoffs in 2002 totalling 4,700.
The Liberty Alliance Project released details outlining its federated identity-management architecture Tuesday, in a move that it said would help companies resolve technical issues encountered when building the foundation for Web services.
Users of Yahoo's e-mail service can expect to see even less spam cluttering their inboxes, the company said, now that it has bolstered its proprietary SpamGuard filter.
Saying it's offering customers a jump into China's burgeoning online market, domain name registrar Easyspace Ltd. began offering preregistrations for ".cn" addresses Monday, which will be open for the taking on March 16.
A U.S. federal appeals court has ruled that a law seeking to protect children from online pornography was not constitutionally sound because it limits Web publishers' free speech.
Microsoft is set to make a showing in the enterprise instant messaging (IM) and collaboration market Thursday with the release of a beta version of its real-time communications server software technology, code-named "Greenwich."
Amazon.com may soon be selling domain names along with its cache of books, music, clothing and other sundry offerings.
In a case that underscores the increasing importance search rankings have on business, Google Technologies Inc. is fighting to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that it purposely devalued the search rankings of online advertising network Search King Inc.