Don’t let your boss catch you reading this

Don’t let your boss catch you reading this
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – If you are at work, chances are you are probably doing it right now.[Lees verder]

Two China virtual police to patrol online for porn
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is sending out two virtual police officers to patrol the Internet to combat online pornography and other “illicit activity”, state media said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo seeks U.S. dismissal of Chinese dissident case
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit over the company’s alleged role in the imprisonment of two Chinese dissidents, arguing U.S. courts have no jurisdiction over Chinese government actions against its own citizens.[Lees verder]

Researchers say Sony software makes PCs vulnerable
BOSTON (Reuters) – Software included with high-end memory sticks sold by Sony Corp can make personal computers vulnerable to attack by computer hackers, according to researchers with two Internet security firms.[Lees verder]

British drivers warned: Don’t trust Sat Nav
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s first official road signs to warn drivers about the dangers of trusting their satellite navigation devices (satnavs) were introduced on Tuesday in a Welsh village.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal to rename Saturday section: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Wall Street Journal will rename its Saturday leisure section, the first significant step taken since Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp agreed to buy the Journal’s parent, Dow Jones & Co., the New York Times reported in its online edition.[Lees verder]

Google CFO Reyes plans to retire by end of year
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc said on Tuesday finance chief George Reyes plans to retire, ending a bumpy five-year ride for an executive charged with trying to manage ferocious growth while upholding a policy of refusing to give financial forecasts.[Lees verder]

Russian pirate music site to reopen
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian music download site www.allofmp3.com has said it will resume business soon, after a Moscow court ruled its operation is in accordance with Russian law.[Lees verder]

TVs, PCs fight for living room space at tech fair
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Internet TV, mobile TV and video on demand may be the talk of the technology sector but when it comes to buying decisions at this week’s IFA electronics fair, television sets are set to be bigger business than ever.[Lees verder]

EarthLink to cut 900 jobs and buy back shares
NEW YORK (Reuters) – EarthLink Inc said on Tuesday it will cut about 900 jobs, or nearly half its staff, as part of a restructuring to reduce costs at the Internet service provider.[Lees verder]

Don’t let your boss catch you reading this
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – If you are at work, chances are you are probably doing it right now.[Lees verder]

Two China virtual police to patrol online for porn
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is sending out two virtual police officers to patrol the Internet to combat online pornography and other “illicit activity”, state media said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo seeks U.S. dismissal of Chinese dissident case
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit over the company’s alleged role in the imprisonment of two Chinese dissidents, arguing U.S. courts have no jurisdiction over Chinese government actions against its own citizens.[Lees verder]

Researchers say Sony software makes PCs vulnerable
BOSTON (Reuters) – Software included with high-end memory sticks sold by Sony Corp can make personal computers vulnerable to attack by computer hackers, according to researchers with two Internet security firms.[Lees verder]

British drivers warned: Don’t trust Sat Nav
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s first official road signs to warn drivers about the dangers of trusting their satellite navigation devices (satnavs) were introduced on Tuesday in a Welsh village.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal to rename Saturday section: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Wall Street Journal will rename its Saturday leisure section, the first significant step taken since Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp agreed to buy the Journal’s parent, Dow Jones & Co., the New York Times reported in its online edition.[Lees verder]

Google CFO Reyes plans to retire by end of year
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc said on Tuesday finance chief George Reyes plans to retire, ending a bumpy five-year ride for an executive charged with trying to manage ferocious growth while upholding a policy of refusing to give financial forecasts.[Lees verder]

Russian pirate music site to reopen
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian music download site www.allofmp3.com has said it will resume business soon, after a Moscow court ruled its operation is in accordance with Russian law.[Lees verder]

TVs, PCs fight for living room space at tech fair
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Internet TV, mobile TV and video on demand may be the talk of the technology sector but when it comes to buying decisions at this week’s IFA electronics fair, television sets are set to be bigger business than ever.[Lees verder]

EarthLink to cut 900 jobs and buy back shares
NEW YORK (Reuters) – EarthLink Inc said on Tuesday it will cut about 900 jobs, or nearly half its staff, as part of a restructuring to reduce costs at the Internet service provider.[Lees verder]