Daily News Brief: Hillary Clinton Opens Rebuttal Website

Clinton counters media reports on new website, TiVo offers lifetime subscription, nVidia hits the $1 billion mark, AMD sued for birth defects, and much more!

Sony to Dump LocationFree License Fee

Don't look for it yet, but Sony will soon offer its LocationFree client for free.

Immunity for Telecom Compliance in Warrantless Spying ?

The Senate debates whether to grant retroactive immunity to the phone and internet service providers who allegedly illegally turned over massive amounts of customer data to the NSA.

Daily News Brief: Confidential AM3 Reference Design Leaked

Socket AM3 reference diagram surfaces on web, XBox 360 to become family friendly, Vonage seeks to settle with AT&T, and more!

Logitech to Acquire WiLife

First Harmony, then Squeezebox, and now WiLife. It seems Logitech has a keen eye for smart acquisitions.

Bye, Bye Betas - Windows Live Suite Goes Live!

Microsoft rolls out production versions of its Windows Live Suite and adds new features. Find out what's new - and who's still waiting for an invitation to the party.

Daily News Brief: Manhunt 2 too Taboo for Target

Target refuses to carry Manhunt 2, Prince serves legal notice to fan sites, Google's coming to a gas pump near you, and more!

Daily News Brief: Google Announces Android OS

Google ends speculation with Android OS announcement, new PS2 in the works, ESPN and Microsoft snuggle, and more!

Windows News Roundup, Early November Edition

Try Windows Home Server for 120 days (almost) free, patch your QuickTime for Windows, and learn how to play hardball with Linux vendors in Nigeria.

Daily News Brief: Lasers Attack Viruses!

Researchers use lasers to target viruses, Canadian ISP throttles P2P traffic, Microsoft defends Facebook purchase, PCs on decline in Japan, and more!