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Apple & Psystar try to avoid trial in 2010

Apple and Psystar this week both requested summary judgements in the ongoing legal battle about Psystar's legal right to produce and sell Macintosh clones. In its motion for summary judgement, Apple has requested that Judge... More...

New Phorm trial begins

BT has restarted its Phorm trial despite huge privacy concerns. The Phorm system allows BT to track and monitor every website that a user visits. BT puts this information into a database and is then... More...

Microsoft Expression Encoder 60-day Trial

We are pleased to offer Expression Encoder, formerly Expression Media Encoder, for download. If you are an existing Expression Studio or Expression Media customer, please enter your Expression Media (Windows) product key when prompted during... More...

Judge May Grant Qualcomm New Trial

Due to a new ruling in August by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, making it more difficult to prove intentional patent infringement, U.S. District Judge James Selna has tentatively overturned a... More...

Google to face AdWords jury trial

On November 9, Google will face trial over its AdWords programme, following allegations by American Blind & Wallpaper Factory that the system represents an abuse of US trademark law. Under the pay-per-click AdWords system, related... More...

BBC to trial high-definition TV next year

The BBC is going begin trial broadcasts of high-definition television (HDTV) in mid-2006 with what it calls "highlights of the schedule " made available to selected digital satellite and cable viewers. The trials, lasting a... More...

Trial Date for Sasser Worm Suspect Set

A German court has set aside three days in July to try the teenager that was accused of creating the Sasser worm. 19-year-old Sven Jaschan faces numerous charges including computer sabotage and disruption of business.... More...

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