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Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: EU slaps Microsoft with $1.35 billion fineMary Jo Foley: European Commission vs.
News.com's Michael Kanellos writes: A few years ago at the Consumer Electronics Show, the big topic of discussion was how Dell and the computing giants were going to change the TV market.
Some of the more bizarre events in the computer business in recent memory happened this past year. Join Charles Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Michael Kanellos as their Reporters' Roundtable reviews the goofiest technology moves of 2006.
Sure, IT matters -- and technology is cool. Except when it's just plain scary. Fom DRM to PattyMail, floating nuke plants to IT Frankensteins, here are the techno bogeymen that haunt us.
Two hardware experts have joined ZDNet's blogosphere.Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, in his Hardware 2.
Episode 105 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. This week we interview Travis Yates, developer of A Blackjack Card Counter for iPhone, we discuss Apple outlawing jailbreaking, Hulu’s fantastic suicide and we play “What’s on your Mac?
Technology researchers and scientists gathered in New York City last week to honor two colleagues: Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, and Claude Berrou [at right], co-inventor of turbo codes. Berrou and several of the attendees at the Marconi Society-sponsored symposium added their voices to the growing concern that the United States is falling behind the rest of the world in technological innovation because fewer dollars are being allocated to long-term research.