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Dropbox 1.1.34

Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync and share files online. File Sync 2GB of online storage for free, with up to 100GB available to paying customers. Sync files of any size or type. Sync Windows, Mac and... More...

Recover My Files 3.9.8.5891

Recover My Files data recovery software will easily recover deleted files emptied from the Windows Recycle Bin, or lost due to the format or corruption of a hard drive, virus or Trojan infection, unexpected system... More...

Recover My Files 3.9.8.5875

Recover My Files data recovery software will easily recover deleted files emptied from the Windows Recycle Bin, or lost due to the format or corruption of a hard drive, virus or Trojan infection, unexpected system... More...

SCO Group files for bankruptcy

The SCO Group Inc., licenser of the Unix operating system, filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, drained by unsuccessfully filing lawsuits claiming its software code was misappropriated by developers of the open-source Linux operating system. The... More...

Vonage files to vacate patent ruling

Internet based phone company Vonage has asked the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. to vacate and remand a U.S. District Court's judgement and injunction against it in a patent dispute with Verizon. In... More...

US files complaint with WTO

US Trade Representative Susan Schwab has announced that the US will file two complaints with the World Trade Organization against China over what Schwab described as "inadequate protection of intellectual-property rights." The complaints cover widespread... More...

EA files System Shock trademark

System Shock's rights to the spiritual successor may have been locked by Take-Two, but Electronic Arts is making sure the original franchise stays up. Electronic Arts registered a trademark last month on the title"System Shock"... More...

Hacker Holds Computer Files Hostage

Thanks to Inertia for sending this in. Computer users anxious about viruses and identity theft have a new reason to worry: hackers have found a way to lock up the electronic documents on your... More...

Microsoft Files Seven New Spam Lawsuits

Microsoft Corp. filed seven lawsuits against senders of spam, or unsolicited e-mail, for transmitting messages without labeling them as sexually explicit content, the world's largest software maker said on Thursday. Microsoft said the defendants, who... More...

RIAA Files New Lawsuits

The Recording Industry Association of America has filed new lawsuits against 761 people who allegedly use peer-to-peer software to trade music files without permission, the trade group announced this week. The lawsuits included users of... More...

Use Hotmail to Store Files

Much like GMailFS and the Gmail Shell Extension that were discussed previously, RoamDrive allows users to store files using the free space available on their Hotmail accounts. Unlike the other two, however, ... More...

RIAA files 750 new file-trading lawsuits

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Thursday announced it has filed 750 new lawsuits against alleged file-traders using peer-to-peer (P-to-P) software. The 750 new lawsuits were against "John Doe" defendants not yet identified... More...

WWE files suit against THQ, Jakks

World Wrestling Entertainment asks court to nullify THQ's license to produce WWE games, alleges bribery and racketeering scheme. World Wrestling Entertainment today announced that the company has filed suit against video game... More...

Acclaim files for bankruptcy

Following weeks of intense speculation, it seems that the end is finally nigh for Acclaim, after the publisher/developer filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy at the US Bankruptcy Court in Central Islip, New York. US news... More...

Seagate Files Lawsuit over Trade Secrets

Seagate Technology has filed a complaint in a Minnesota court attempting to prevent one of its ex-employees from joining Western Digital, a competitor.Pete Goglia recently left Seagate Technology LLC to join Western Digital Corp., where... More...

OLED company files for initial public offering

Cambridge Display Technology, a developer of next-generation screens for consumer electronics devices, has filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Cambridge, England-based CDT filed late last week... More...

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