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MPAA Admits Mistake on Downloading Study

Hollywood laid much of the blame for illegal movie downloading on college students. Now, it says its math was wrong. In a 2005 study it commissioned, the Motion Picture Association of America claimed that 44... More...

US man admits P2P child porn charges

David Leroy Knellinger Sr, 60, pleaded guilty before the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. He admitted to using iMesh p2p software to obtain three videos depicting child pornography. US District Judge... More...

Vonage admits it has no workaround

Vonage has acknowledged it has no workaround for technology that was found to infringe Verizon Communications patents and does not know if one is feasible. Vonage has said it was developing workarounds, or other ways... More...

Internet user admits 'web-rage'

On the web, nobody can hear you scream. But they might just pop around to your house after a heated exchange in a chat-room and attack you with pickaxe handle! An internet user has been... More...

We Were Evil, Google Founder Admits

Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged the dominant internet company has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course.... More...

Sony Admits PS3 Delay Possible

Issues with mass production of Blu-ray drives could be to blame if spring system launch is pushed back to fall. In recent weeks, speculation that Sony would not make its previously announced... More...

Google Admits Desktop Security Risk

Businesses have been warned by research company Gartner that the latest Google Desktop Beta has an "unacceptable security risk," and Google agrees. On Feb. 9, Google unveiled Google Desktop 3, a free,... More...

Apple gets dirty - but admits problem

Finally Apple have admitted that a batch of iPOD nanos are having problems with the screens cracking, offering replacements to any effected customer, see below. But at the same time denying any problem... More...

Sony admits PSP problem, offers free fix

Sony will repair any of its handhelds suffering from a broken square button gratis; new models unaffected. Following complaints by consumers in Japan, Sony Computer Entertainment officially announced that it will repair... More...

Google Admits Censorship

After speculation earlier in the week, Google has admitted to censorship on it's recently launched Chinese version of Google News. Investigations by Dynamic Internet Technology found that Google has dropped at least 8 sites from... More...

ATI admits to same "tricks" as Nvidia

Graphics company ATI, long time critic of competitor Nvidia's video card driver optimizations, concedes to using undocumented optimizations of its own. After criticizing rival Nvidia for using optimized trilinear filtering algorithms in... More...

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