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Readers speak out on spam

Readers speak out on spamSpam is unstoppable simply because the sender can remain anonymous. 1 propose to eliminate anonymity

Google's Eyes in Your Inbox

Google's Eyes in Your InboxThe old adage "nothing in life is free" rings true for search engine giant Google 's plans to launch a free e-mail service to take on the likes of Yahoo and Microsoft 's MSN/Hotmail.

Climbing the services mountain

Climbing the services mountain; With margins evaporating in hardware and packaged software, vendors are rolling out plans to help VARs sell services to small and medium companies to capture what analysts say is a growing marketAs resellers find their footing in the lucrative small and medium business market, a push towards services is becoming increasingly vital.

E-MAIL AT A CROSSROAD

E-MAIL AT A CROSSROADSPAM, PHISHING AND OTHER ABUSES ARE THREATENING TO UNDERMINE CONFIDENCE IN THE INTERNET. WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO SOlVE THE CRISIS BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE?

MS adds IM client to collaboration

MS adds IM client to collaboration suiteTORONTO -- Microsoft Canada Co. announced the release of an instant messaging client with audio and videoconferencing capabilities.


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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.

Test fire of SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft ran into problems, sending up thick clouds of smoke

Thick plumes of smoke rose over a SpaceX facility in Florida during a test fire of a Crew Dragon spacecraft on Saturday. If the issue was serious, it could derail plans to fly astronauts aboard the capsule later this year.


Tesla doubles down on its radical approach to self-driving cars

Tesla CEO Elon Musk and other executives explained to investors Monday their plans to have more than a million full self-driving Teslas on roads next year.


Mueller calls out high profile Americans who unwittingly helped Russian trolls

Special Counsel Robert Mueller chose to lay out in detail in his Russia investigation report the role that prominent Trump campaign officials, Trump critics and the media unwittingly played in promoting messages sent by a Russian troll group with links to the Kremlin. The details could serve as a warning to Americans to think before they tweet.



Sri Lanka's social media ban enters its second day

Sri Lanka's nationwide block on social media sites continued through a second day on Monday. The country's government took the drastic step on Sunday, citing "false news reports" it said were circulating online, after hundreds were killed in multiple attacks.


China opens the door to Nintendo's Switch and Super Mario

Shares in Nintendo soared 14% in Tokyo on Friday after China opened the door to sales of the company's popular Switch console.


Twitter's audience is growing again as it works to combat abuse

Twitter's audience is growing again and engaging with the service more frequently as the company works to combat abuse on the platform.


Owning a Warhol: How bitcoin could change the art world

Singapore-based Maecenas hopes to change million dollar record-breaking art sales forever.


Pinterest pops 28% in its Wall Street debut

For years, Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann has insisted his company is not an outright social network. As he told CNN Business in a recent interview, the platform is not focused on hard news or amassing followers. "At its most basic level, it's just about you," he said.


Huawei claims more 5G firsts as sales jump 39%

Things are looking up for Huawei despite the best efforts of the US government.


The most commonly hacked passwords, revealed

A survey has revealed that the internet's most vulnerable passwords are 123456, plus codes using names, sports teams and swear words.


Sri Lanka's social media ban won't solve its misinformation problem

Sri Lanka has blocked access to Facebook and other social media since Sunday's attacks. But such moves do little to hinder terrorists and can increase the spread of rumors.


Facebook perfects the art of the news dump

On the Thursday before a major holiday weekend, and an hour before the much-anticipated Mueller report was released to the public, Facebook updated a month-old blog post titled "Keeping Passwords Secure" with a few lines of italicized text.


How Mueller used Bitcoin to catch Russia

Russian operatives used cryptocurrency at almost every stage in their online efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report on his investigation.


Elon Musk says Tesla will have robo-taxis operating next year

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced at an investor event Monday that he expects the company to operate robo-taxis next year.


Sri Lanka, citing 'false news reports,' blocks social media after attacks

Sri Lanka placed a nationwide block on social media sites after more than 200 people died in multiple attacks on Sunday. The government, in taking the drastic step, cited "false news reports" it said were circulating online.


Wisconsin's governor really hates the Foxconn deal. He wants to renegotiate

Tony Evers, the Democratic governor of Wisconsin, says he doesn't think Foxconn will ever add 13,000 jobs in his state.


If your image is online, it might be training facial-recognition AI

The photo is undeniably cute: a mom and a dad he with a stubbly beard and rimless glasses, she with choppy brown hair and a wide grin goofing around and eating ice cream with their two toddler daughters.


Samsung delays Galaxy Fold launch after early models broke

Samsung will not launch its innovative, expensive and troubled Galaxy Fold on schedule.


Uber's self-driving car unit grabs $1 billion in investment

Uber's self-driving car unit has lured $1 billion in investment ahead of the company's hotly anticipated stock market debut.