Financial news on January 07, 2007

Business and Financial news
A New Sweet Spot

The price of Seagate’s terrabyte drive: a stunning $400. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

Attack of the Zombie Computers Is Growing Threat

Thousands or even millions of PCs are being hijacked by malicious programs to commit Internet crimes. Read more..

By JOHN MARKOFF - The New York Times

BitTorrent Comes to the Television

A new Netgear product, developed with BitTorrent, will find any media content that is sitting on your PC and send it over to your TV wirelessly. Read more..

By BRAD STONE - The New York Times

Garmin Gets Gas

Garmin introduces a GPS device for motorcycles. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

Garmin Goes to the Dogs

Among the host of GPS navigational devices that Garmin just announced at CES is one specialized for hunting dogs. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

LG’s Show Stealer

LG’s announcement of a dual-DVD player that will play HD-DVD movie discs as well as Blu-ray movie discs has sucked the air out of every other announcement about HD-DVD and Blu-ray players. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

Ride and Pitch

Two big problems at the Consumer Electronics Show looking for a solution. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

Sharp Has the Biggest

The bragging rights for making the biggest TV were won Sunday by Sharp Electronics. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

The LCD Juggernaut

More than half of American households will have an HDTV this year. Read more..

By DAMON DARLIN - The New York Times

Tips for Protecting the Home Computer

Botnet programs and other malicious software largely take aim at PCs running the Microsoft Windows operating system, because Windows’ ubiquity makes it fertile ground for network-based attacks. Read more..

By JOHN MARKOFF - The New York Times

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