French President Nicolas Sarkozy has added his support to a proposal to tax Google and other online advertising networks
A report commissioned by the French Minister of Culture urges the introduction of a tax on online advertising such as that carried by Google
South Korea's Fair Trade Commission ended an antitrust investigation of the flash memory industry, concluding that there is no evidence of a pricing cartel.
Google has failed in its attempt to take control of the domain name groovle.com, which it claimed was confusingly similar to its own.
A distributed denial-of-service attack affected Northern California Internet users Wednesday.
Google's book search project suffered a legal setback in Paris on Friday, as a court ordered it to pay €300,000 in damages for breach of copyright
Microsoft's promise to allow Windows users to choose which Web browser they use has been accepted by the European Commission.
The European Commission has ended an antitrust investigation after Microsoft promise to allow Windows users to choose their Internet browser
Mobile phone operator Orange plans to open Life Is Better On, its take on mobile social networking, on Wednesday.
SAP's project to demonstrate the value of its Enterprise Support program is still on track despite the resignation of the two user group members leading it
French network operators are counting on their SIM cards to put NFC in phones, while Twinlinx offers a self-adhesive Bluetooth device with similar functions.
A UK environmental agency plans to halve its IT CO2 emissions with a deal to outsource management of IT infrastructure and applications for 13,000 users.
SAP's revenue fell in the third quarter, but earnings rose -- although neither figure was as high as analysts had hoped.
Microsoft reported revenue that was down 14 percent year-on-year for its first fiscal quarter, with net income down 17 percent.
France's "three strikes" antipiracy law has been cleared by the country's Constitutional Council