Backdating, File-Sharing, Lasers, and a Federal Agency Gets a Blog

October 11th, 2006 |
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In the news today, stock-option issues strike at two more Silicon Valley companies, Nokia is planning to make wireless connectivity even more mobile with phones using new WiMAX technology, Eudora is heading for an Open Source future, Google stays in the headlines with the launch of the next product in its office suite, hackers hit the UK and the FTC is using blogging to reach out to the rest of us.

Federal Trade Commission photo credit: dbking via Flickr

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