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Dell to Scale Back AMD Machines on Website

Computer maker Dell Inc. has stopped selling many computers with processors from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. on its Web site, although it will continue selling some through retailers. This decision is a setback for AMD,... More...

E3 Back From The Dead?

The Entertainment Software Association have confirmed that the E3 Media & Business Summit will be returning back to its historic digs at the Los Angeles Convention Center next year. Is the 'old' super-sized E3 back... More...

The Pirate Bay to Bring Back OiNK

The Pirate Bay is currently working on an OiNK replacement in an attempt to bring the hundreds of thousands of music albums back online that disappeared during the raid. The replacement will be released within... More...

China hits back at hacking charges

Recent reports suggested that hackers from the People's Liberation Army of China were behind attacks on computers in a handful of Western countries. Chinese military expert Wang Xinjun, a researcher at the Academy of Military... More...

Sony Responds: 60GB PS3 Back in Stock

After Sony's Dave Karraker confirmed that there were no longer any 60GB PlayStation 3s remaining in SCEA warehouses and that the entire inventory had been shipped out to retailers, Sony has restocked the 60GB PlayStation... More...

3Com hits back at U.K. school Wi-Fi skeptics

British schools are wasting money on wireless networks that don't work properly, claimed 3Com and specialist reseller 802UK. The two companies kicked off a fight back against anti-Wi-Fi misinformation, arguing that not only is wireless... More...

XM Radio back on air

XM Satellite Radio has restored service to its subscribers after a software glitch knocked out the signal from one of its four satellites, affecting an unknown number of the company's eight million Canadian and American... More...

Acer Strikes Back at HP Lawsuits

Acer Incorporated has hired intellectual-property lawyer Chris Ottenweller of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, who helped win a big patent case against Hewlett-Packard Company two years ago, to help fight two HP patent lawsuits. The... More...

Microsoft Goes Back to 'Hotmail'

Looks like Microsoft has decided to stick with the 'Hotmail' name for its popular webmail service: "Just on the heels of another great release for the beta (M9), I'd like to share some interesting news... More...

Vista 'Family Discount' Bites Back

In the past, early adopters of new Windows versions have had some small hurdles to overcome. Such hurdles may be software incompatibility, or lack of driver support. These sorts of things are almost expected with... More...

Zune 2.0: the Empire Strikes Back

I've already covered that the Zune is expected in Europe in the end of 2007 along with more Zune variants. What I haven't covered, however, is the juicy speculation and rumours that have charged in... More...

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