Monday, December 18, 2006
Google, NASA plan 'major' announcement ... BSA, MPA, China copyright agency sign piracy agreement
News: Google, NASA plan 'major' announcement Monday
News: BSA, MPA, China copyright agency sign piracy agreement
News: Three AOL senior executives to leave
News: HP tightens security in HP-UX
Opinion: Budget adjustments
Podcast: Today's IT news audio update
ITwhirled: The 10 best Internet acquisitions ever
Google, NASA plan 'major' announcement Monday
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Ames Research Center plans a "major announcement involving Google Inc." Monday at 11:00 a.m. PST, it said Friday in a statement.
BSA, MPA, China copyright agency sign piracy agreement
Industry groups for producers of copyright material, including the Business Software Alliance (BSA) and the Motion Picture Association (MPA), signed an agreement on Friday with the National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) for protection against Internet piracy in China.
Three AOL senior executives to leave
A month after Jonathan Miller unexpectedly got fired as AOL LLC's chief executive officer, three of the senior executives who reported directly to him and who oversee key areas of AOL's business are on their way out, according to sources.
HP tightens security in HP-UX
HP is announcing Monday the availability of a free upgrade to HP-UX 11i v2 that automatically encrypts data as it is stored. HP has offered this capability before, but this upgrade puts the encryption capability right into the operating system (OS).
Reports: Sony to start video download service
Sony Corp. plans to launch an online video download service next year, according to reports in both the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal newspapers.
By James Gaskin
Whatever your final budget number for 2007, prepare to slice that
number. Continued weakness in the residential housing market
(construction spending was down for the seventh month in a row in
October), a slowdown in US manufacturing, and warnings about flat
retail sales from WalMart and others means your budget will probably
get cut next spring.
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