Thursday, December 8, 2022

Roy Mark

Roy Mark is a Datamation contributor.

AMD, Nvidia Subpoenas Raise Eyebrows, Questions

Is the $22 billion graphics card and chip industry next on the Department of Justice's (DoJ) antitrust radar? The government has already taken on dynamic random access memory...

Wi-Fi a Winner in Logan Airport Dispute

Wi-Fi competition at Boston's Logan Airport is alive and well, thanks to a Wednesday ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The FCC unanimously sided with Continental in...

More Indictments in DRAM Price-Fixing

Two former Samsung officials and a former Hynix executive are the latest to be charged in the Department of Justice's (DoJ) ongoing investigation into a DRAM chip...

Pretexting Tactics Raised Red Flags Inside HP

At least three members of the Hewlett-Packard team investigating boardroom media leaks expressed serious concerns over the pretexting tactics used by HP to obtain the personal call...

Global Broadband Revenue Hits $113B

Worldwide spending on Internet access, both broadband and dial-up, hit $113.3 billion in 2005 and is projected to top more than $200 billion by 2009, according to the Telecommunications...

AOL to Cut 5,000 Jobs

Just a day after AOL's parent company, Time Warner, announced AOL was shifting its focus from subscription-based revenue to advertising supported broadband services, AOL said it plans to cut...

FTC: Rambus Deceptive in DRAM

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ruled Wednesday memory chipmaker Rambus unlawfully cornered the market for dynamic random access memory (DRAM) by distorting the standards-setting process. The ruling...

BSA Collects $2M For Pirate Offenses

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) said Tuesday it collected more than $2 million in settlements from 19 companies admitting to software piracy. In addition to the settlements, each company...

Report Reveals VA Breach Specifics

Veterans can breathe a little easier over the massive May data theft at the Veterans Administration (VA). The FBI and the VA's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) do not...

Latest Breach Hits Navy

There's been another government data breach. This time it's the U.S. Navy. Late Friday afternoon, the Navy announced approximately 28,000 sailors and their family members were exposed...

VoIP Bills Set to Increase

WASHINGTON -- Note to Internet telephone users: Your monthly bill is about to go up. In a long anticipated move, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled Wednesday Voice over IP...

Veterans Seek Billions in Data Breach Suit

WASHINGTON - Angry veterans aren't waiting for Congress to take action over the recent Veterans Administration loss of 26.5 million personal records of veterans. Tuesday afternoon, a...

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