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It looks to be an all out price war

Folks, it looks like for once consumers may actually begin to start seeing some saving on their wireless phone bills. From an article (source to follow) it looks like a war is brewing with the... More...

Disney Looks Beyond iTunes

Walt Disney Co. has already sold more than 1.5 million digital downloads of television shows such as "Lost," "Desperate Housewives, and "Kim Possible" through Apple's iTunes, but the company is also looking to target iTunes... More...

Mozilla Scraps Firefox 1.1, Looks to 1.5

Mozilla has just updated the Firefox development roadmap to reflect a decision on the next major release of the popular open-source browser. The non-profit foundation has decided to increase the version number of the next... More...

Microsoft Looks to Extinguish LAMP

Microsoft engineers have toiled for years to make the company's software industrial strength and worthy of large corporations' dollars. Now the software giant faces a different challenge: fending off open-source alternatives that... More...

Music Industry Looks East to Tackle Piracy

Music firms are launching their first lawsuits in Asia as the crackdown on net piracy continues. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry announced this morning it had filed 963 lawsuits, with some of them... More...

Digital Bridge looks east with new hire

Mobile entertainment publisher Digital Bridges has announced the appointment of Shigeru Ota as vice president of business development, with a view to expanding the firm's presence in the key Japanese market. Ota, who... More...

Microsoft looks beyond Windows

Microsoft is looking beyond Windows for technologies to fuel the future growth of the company. Talking to financial analysts Bill Gates said search software, games, consumer goodies and lab research would all... More...

IBM looks to High-end Windows solutions

IBM this week relaxed stringent requirements for running the highest-end version of its Windows server software, effectively lowering the overall price 30 percent in some cases and potentially expanding the pool of interested customers. To... More...

Roxio Looks to Slice Apple Pie

With the computer maker in the unusual position as market leader, competitors are rushing to close the gap in the field of digital music. But no one has yet introduced a product that is as... More...

Longhorn Looks Promising

Back when Windows XP was still known by the code name Whistler, the most exciting thing about Microsoft Corp.'s client OS-in-progress was that it wasn't Windows 9x. But now that Windows users can take for... More...

AMD CEO Looks Ahead

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is focused. Focused on the future. And that future is a 64-bit world in which everything from portable PCs to servers to networking gear is powered by AMD Opteron or Athlon... More...

Roxio Looks to Buy Napster Assets

Thanks to Lee Whittaker and creamhackered for letting us know of this news. Software maker Roxio is poised to snap up the remaining assets of the now defunct song-swapping company Napster (news -... More...

HP looks to keep systems cool

Addressing the growing problem of heat dissipation in chips and systems, Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday announced it is working on a suite of technologies to address heat generation and energy use in increasingly powerful microprocessors and... More...

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