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CompUSA to Close Shop

CompUSA, the computer and gadget retailer controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, announced yesterday that it had been sold to the Gordon Brothers Group, a restructuring and investment firm, for liquidation. The firm will close... More...

Time Inc. to Close Business 2.0 Magazine

Time Inc. is closing high-tech magazine Business 2.0, abandoning efforts to salvage a publication that survived the dot-com bust only to be doomed by the rise of Internet advertising; the publication will release a final... More...

Winamp TV channel forced to close doors

Popular streaming internet service, ESS.tv (EveryShowSucks.tv) has today emailed all of its subscribers, explaining that due to mouting legal pressures the 50+ channels it provided will no longer be available. ESS.tv streamed popular and niche... More...

World of Warcraft beta draws to a close

This evening, Blizzard emailed participants of its World of Warcraft beta test program, informing them that the beta period would finally be coming to a close at 3:00pm PDT on Friday, October 29, in preparation... More...

Judge grills DOJ at Oracle trial's close

The judge presiding over the Oracle antitrust trial aggressively questioned the U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday as the agency made its final arguments against Oracle's attempt at a hostile takeover of rival PeopleSoft. ... More...

Taldren to close, claim forum reports

Starfleet Command developer halts US operations, opens Korean MMORPG office Earlier this year, publisher Majesco put Black9 on hold and then reports of Taldren closing followed. Internet posts suggesting the US Company... More...

SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 Gets Close

Microsoft began taking sign ups for participation in the SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 program this week at its Microsoft TechEd show here as the long-awaited test version of the product gets close to availability.... More...

New DSL products could close ISPs

New, cheap 'ADSL Lite' products that separate access from content are great for incumbent telcos, but will put internet service providers (ISPs) and portals out of business, according to a report by analyst Forrester. ... More...

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