Adware may be going mainstream, according to a new report, with companies like J.P. Morgan Chase, Verizon Communications, Merck and T-Mobile among the mainstream companies that buy pop-up ads on controversial "adware" network WhenU.

Only 5 countries in the world are responsible for 99 percent of the world's spam, so we have China, South Korea, the United States, Russia and Brazil to blame for endless e-mails about genital extension cream and liquid viagra.

Kazaa is facing some competition it seems.

Oh, and Dell is willing to pay $100 for your IPod, would you believe?