Cisco has pulled the rug from under its enterprise cloud product, Cisco Mail, saying the former WebEx product did not meet customer needs.
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Facebook goes back on its decision to allow developers to collect users' personal information such as home address and mobile phone numbers following feedback.
Wikileaks editor Julian Assange has been given a court date for a hearing into whether he will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning on sexual assault charges.
UK government wants to become "digital by default" and will move a majority of applications for public services online by 2013, says minister.
People's data must be completely deleted from Web sites when they chose to stop using them, while the rules governing law enforcement's use of data need to be updated, according to the European Commission.
newsmaker The Internet's capacity will need to increase by a factor of a thousand to handle the flow of data over the next decade, company's CTO says.
Microsoft announced that its Dynamics CRM software will have a 'Social Networking Accelerator' component which will allow companies to monitor what customers are saying on Twitter.
Upcoming expiry of deal between the U.S. government and body that governs the Internet's core functions should lead to independence for Icann, says the European Commission.
Software companies could be held responsible for the security and efficacy of their products, if a new European Commission consumer protection proposal becomes law.
Security firm Finjan traced the command-and-control server to the Ukraine by intercepting a Trojan and tracking its communications.