Extra: Pro gamer collects six-figure salary
Blogma: Eradicating the evils of iPorn
Podcast: Cisco goes shopping and more
Blogs: House backs quicker digital TV switch plan
Deal of the day: DYMO LabelWriter
How to tame an inflated entertainment budget
Briefly: Blinx delivers legendary university speeches
Quote of the day: 'Only big-name' publishers for next-gen...
Google leads advertisers to publisher Web sites...
A pen as mighty as a PC
Packing a processor, slick software and a speaker, the Fly Pentop Computer is a hit with kids.
Saturday November  19
Cisco's IP vision becomes reality
New generation: The 'millennials'
New Sony CD risk identified
Xbox 360 mania slams CircuitCity.com
Microsoft says handheld software back in sync
Extra: Boosting e-tailers' holiday best
Blogma: Indian call center abuse
Cisco goes shopping and more
Blogs: New Shuffle, Intel-ready iBook predicted for MacWorld
Deal of the day: KLH speaker system
Friday November  18
Sony offers new CDs, MP3s for recalled discs
SBC closes AT& T acquisition
Skype to make U.S. retail debut
Web phone service cuts deal with RadioShack in an effort to reach a broader U.S. audience.
Skype at retail
Infineon considers IPO for memory unit
Apple iTunes security flaw discovered
Cisco goes for video
IBM sees bright light with carbon nanotubes
Still 'no demand' for media-player-free Windows
Suit claims Match.com set up fake dates
IBM may offer free DB2 database
Did Sony 'rootkit' pluck from open source?
Will small publishers still have game?
Briefly: Deal of the day: KLH speaker system
Quote of the day: 'Only big-name' publishers for next-gen
Google leads advertisers to publisher Web sites
Yahoo has a new research fellow
Apple COO joins Nike board
Thursday November  17
Sun releases OpenSolaris file system
A key piece of its Unix operating systems goes to open-source programmers. Also on tap: more on Sun's database plans.
U.K. spammer sentenced to 6 years
Brit gets six years in prison for his offenses, which included
conning thousands of people out of money and issuing death threats.
Microsoft business unit head steps aside
Cingular revamps wireless Net services
IBM lands giant server deal with China
IBM and HP trade barbs over $20 million deal that Big Blue's largest Unix installation ever in Asia.
update Microsoft rolls out first Office 12 beta
Software giant gives selected testers the first look at the next version of the ubiquitous desktop suite.
Sony launches free Internet phone service
AOL refreshes picture offering
Grid showcase tries to drive adoption in Asia
Blu-ray group, HP at odds
Second chance for Japan's handset makers
Toshiba, others see way to compensate for past mistakes and catch up in global marketplace.   (The New York Times)
Attack targets Sony 'rootkit' fix
The set-top sage knows all, sees all
Television set-top boxes, which began as simple cable descramblers, are evolving into tools of the digital future.
(The New York Times)
Mobile industry tests the Wi-Fi airwaves
Interactive billboards you can walk around in
Briefly: Deal of the day: Logitech cordless laser keyboard, mouse
Google expands in Latin America
United Business Media buys Black Hat.
Sony, NEC to merge optical-drive efforts
Google blankets city with free Wi-Fi
Wednesday November  16
Microsoft makes its way to 64-bit chips
Future products Exchange 12 and Longhorn server will be available only on x86-compatible 64-bit processors.
Democrats unveil 'innovation agenda'
Delivering high-speed Net access to all Americans within five years is one of several priorities being presented.
AMD expects significant profit rise in 2006
Feds want their BlackBerrys
Biometrics council wants to fill standards gap
As teens embrace blogs, schools sound an alarm
Symantec beats the research drum
Gates touts Microsoft's supercomputing move
No end seen to patching race
MTV gets its game on
Intel sets up VC fund for Middle East
Microsoft eyes making desktop apps free
Study: Online newspapers flourish
Mass. legislators back Net wine sales
Tuesday November  15
Extra: The end of TV--as we know it
Blogma: Sony's new name, to some: 'Sory'
Podcast: A blowup over copy protection and more
Blogs: Yahoo's Hollywoodification
VPN flaw threatens Internet traffic
Xbox 360 to launch with 18 titles
Is Friendster up for sale?
Cingular sings along to mobile radio
Briefly: Deal of the day: SanDisk Memory Stick
Microsoft releases volume license tool
Yahoo readies new shopping features
Intertrust signs DRM deal with Vodafone
Dell woos PayPal customers
Monday November  14
Clashes precede Net governance showdown
Open source: Developing markets look for alternatives to U.S.
special feature Outside the U.S. and Europe, cost is a big motivator for governments to use open-source software--but it's not the only one.
China: Local software for local people
IBM looks to 'master' unruly data
'Dungeons & Dragons' goes virtual
Call it one for the old-timers. A virtual version of D& D hopes
to stoke the nostalgia and creativity of the original role-playing game.
Images: D& D online
Scott McNealy's eco-friendly challenge
ROI: Risk of incarceration?
Itanium sinks again in supercomputers
Cisco continues small business push
CA exec: Small is the new big
EA cuts prices on some video games
Hasbro gadget to show downloaded Nick toons
Intel brings virtualization to the desktop
Briefly: Dell woos PayPal customers
Plus:  IBM wields blades for banking...
eBay to make APIs free to developers
Sony Ericsson launches three entry-level phones
Smarter.com launches sites in Japan, China
Sunday November  13
week in pictures
Old-school tech, newfangled gear
Homebrew crew reunites for a geek lovefest. Also: Vintage PCs, 3D TV and HD radio.
Defanging Sony's CD watchdog
faq Copy protection on music discs could help hide viruses on a PC. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself.
Sony backs down, a bit
Feds' Net-wiretap order set to kick in
Office 12 moves closer to beta
Cell phone bandit robs four banks
Microsoft's ad pitch underpins Net moves
Saturday November  12
Sony halts production of 'rootkit' CDs
Extra: Saving power in the data center
Blogma: Love is hard to find online
Podcast: Microsoft's latest gambit and more
Blogs: Wall calendar features pinup girl geeks
RealNetworks issues critical patch
Audible unveils podcast-monitoring service
Memorial flowers go high-tech
Gas pipe broadband?
Tsunami 'hacker' keeps security job
iPod Nano now comes with case
Friday November  11
New Windows Trojan causes confusion
Trend Micro initially reported that it spotted a Trojan horse that exploits the latest Windows flaw, but now it's not so sure.
'Bots' for Sony CD software spotted online
Enlisting phone signals to fight road gridlock
Maryland and Virginia test technology to monitor traffic by tracking cell phone signals and mapping them against road grids.   (The New York Times)
Briefly: Deal of the day: Portable video player
Microsoft urges Flash bug patching
Oracle adds board member
Amazon partners with Sidestep
Ex-Beatle to beam concert into space
Thursday November  10
Deal of the day: Refurbished iPods
Intel sets $25 billion stock buyback
Alibaba.com re-launches Yahoo China
French taxman opts for OpenOffice
Wednesday November  09
Liberty Media nabs former Oracle CFO
Greg Maffei, who left Oracle last week, will become CEO and president of the Internet and media holding company.
Pitching a new cell phone as a reason to live
Upstart cell phone companies are using wireless Internet access, video clips and MP3s to lure young adults.
(The New York Times)
Quote of the day: Cell phones help 'organize' riots
Satellite radio channels hit weekly charts
Quote of the day: Microsoft, the 'grand consolidator'
Deal of the day: Nokia 6682
Apple en route to Intel Inside
Trademark application points way to Mac maker's chip shift. Plus: Blasts from the past, featuring Steve Wozniak.
Dell is selling AMD chips. But why?
Athlon sales could be the first step in a coupling between AMD and the formerly Intel-devoted Dell.
IBM to analyze digital scuttlebutt
Searching and analyzing blogs and news sources, IBM could track a corporation's public image.
Tuesday November  08
Image-handling flaws put Windows PCs at risk
Microsoft's " critical" Patch Tuesday bulletin tackles three flaws in how the OS handles certain graphics files.
Blue Coat to cleanse encrypted traffic
Palm CEO: We're not abandoning Palm OS
Facing concern from developers, Colligan reiterates the company's support for its namesake operating system.
Liberty Alliance eases way for stronger ID checks
Three million Xbox 360s in three months?
Motorola Razr drums to iTunes beat
Company announces four new Razr phones expected to hit the market before the end of the year.
Photos: This Razr plays iTunes
Another QuickTime flaw found
Soon after a patch for four security flaws is issued, a new " critical" hole is found in Apple's popular media player.
Research money crunch in the U.S.
Best Buy looks to expand house-brand products
Apple aims to protect Rosetta mark
High court won't hear programmer's appeal
Borland names new CEO
AMD surpasses Intel in U.S. retail stores
Briefly: Quote of the day: Microsoft, the 'grand consolidator'
Deal of the day: Nokia 6682
Tata snags Chile outsource firm
Deal of the day: Plantronics Bluetooth Headset
Quote of the day: Too shy to speak
Monday November  07
Microsoft launches long-awaited updates
SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 upgrades finally released, along with low-cost versions and new BizTalk server.
Microsoft pitches Web tools to hosting companies
To appeal to individuals and small businesses, Microsoft adds a hosting program to promote Visual Web Developer 2005 Express.
EMI: We don't use rootkits
Yahoo, Google make new wireless overtures
SBC Yahoo readies cell phone, while Google makes maps and local info more accessible.
Yahoo, TiVo to connect services
update Consumers will be able to schedule downloads to digital recorders from any Internet connection.
Spinoff player to compete in open-source software
Ingres database software to be purchased from Computer Associates by private equity firm and operate as stand-alone.
(The New York Times)
Briefly: Goog locks down phones with McAfee
Amazon unwraps gift management too
Local-search start-up nabs financing
Doh! EA deal for 'Simpsons' games
Quote of the day: Telecommuters 'subject to more taxes'
Business Objects to add open-source products
Cablevision accelerates broadband offering
Mark Cuban eyes Pittsburgh Pirates
The Dallas Mavericks owner and Internet entrepreneur has an abiding interest in his hometown baseball team.
Study: CEOs find blogs useful
They tend not to be bloggers themselves, but CEOS think blogs are a good tool for communications, says study.
Yahoo to take ownership of overseas portals
Company plans to pay $500 million to increase stake in its U.K., Germany, France, Korea portal sites.
Many suitors, and many pitfalls, as AOL seeks a partner
Despite a flurry of interest in AOL from Microsoft, Google and others, finding a deal has been harder than expected.
(The New York Times)
Beware your trail of digital fingerprints
Metadata, the " DNA" of documents created with word-processing software, and can hint at things better left unseen by others.
(The New York Times)
Qualcomm sues Nokia over GSM patents
Online-movie pirate gets 3-month sentence
Sunday November  06
'Da Vinci Code' unlocked for video games
2K Games will ship a video game adaptation of Dan Brown's novel in May 2006, when the movie also is released.
'Critical' Windows fix coming for PCs
A single security update for the operating system will come on Patch Tuesday, Microsoft says.
Calif. man charged in 'bot net' attacks
Google book scanning still on hold
Congress divided on broadcast flag plan
Briefly: Local-search start-up nabs financing
Doh! EA deal for 'Simpsons' games..
Quote of the day: Telecommuters 'subject to more taxes'.
Intuit buys MyCorporation for $20 million
Saturday November  05