Deadliest Catch Alaskan Storm Sets Sail

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Deadliest Catch Alaskan Storm is based on the Discovery Channel's hit television series Deadliest Catch. The game is a realistic representation of crab fishing in the Bering Sea off the coast of Alaska, one of...

Deadliest Catch Alaskan Storm: Onboard the Northwestern

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digg_url = "http://www.neowin.net/news/main/08/04/30/deadliest-catch-alaskan-storm-onboard-the-northwestern"; Interview and gameplay with Captain Sig Hansen Sig, Edgar, and Norman Hansen, the Northwestern, Deadliest Catch. If these names and titles mean nothing to you then you're obviously...

Viruses catch up to the Mac

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Benjamin Daines was browsing the Web when he clicked on a series of links that promised pictures of an unreleased update to his computer's operating system. Instead, a window opened on the screen and strange...

Microsoft and eBay Hook up to Catch Pirates

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Microsoft and eBay are working together tostop the sale of pirated software on the online auction site. The companies said in a statement that over 21,000 suspect software saleswere removed from the eBayUK site between...

XP May Catch up to Windows 2000 by Year's End

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Windows 2000 remains the dominant desktop operating system in corporate IT, but it could be overtaken by the end of the year as larger organizations update their PC inventory, according to a new report by...

Apple developers to catch Tiger's tale

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Apple Computer said Tuesday it will preview Tiger, the next version of Mac OS X, at a developers conference in June. CEO Steve Jobs plans to show off the new operating system...

Intel "will take 18 months" to catch AMD up

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SOURCES CLOSE to both Intel and to AMD told us at CeBIT that as we have reported several times this year, Chipzilla is likely to tear up all its current desktop projections, can the Pentium...

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Using Computers to Catch Corporate Fraud

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Accounting software makers are trying to capitalize on a string of high profile scandals by developing computer programs that flag unusual bookkeeping and launch investigations with little human intervention. For company officials, reviewing...

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