No Love for the RIAA

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Well, Neowin members have spoken. The votes are in and the majority of Neowin voting members share no love with the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA). The question posed was: Above all, I...

From Florida With Love

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On a Florida college, EA confirms two Bond games, the sequel to LOTR: Third Age, and a secret non-sports Tiburon title. Seeking young talent for upcoming ventures in videogame development, Electronic Arts...

Spammers love Sender ID

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ALTHOUGH Microsoft's anti-spam sender-ID is disliked by Open Sources, it is providing popular with the very people it is targeted against. According to E-mail security outfit MX Logic, spammers are taking to sender-id faster than...

Philly schools get Microsoft brotherly love

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Microsoft is teaming with the School District of Philadelphia to design and build a new high school wired with the latest in educational computing tools. The District and Microsoft announced plans on...

Cyber sex lures love cheats

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Growing numbers of married people are turning to internet chat rooms for sexual thrills, a US study has found. Most spouses who got involved with the opposite sex over the internet did...

Pop-ups: The ads we love to hate

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Pop-up ads seem to be the Internet equivalent of supermarket tabloids: Everyone claims to hate them, but somebody keeps reading. According to a study conducted by GartnerG2, 78 percent of respondents claimed they...

Whidbey - gotta love the codename!

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Thanks to Alex for the heads up :) Microsoft is mapping out the next major version of its .Net Framework, with features designed to make it easier for enterprise developers to deploy...

Happy Love Day

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From the hearts of all of us at neowin, we wish you a happy Valentines day. Remember to get a card, send some flowers, maybe even go all out and buy that cheap...

Australia's broadband love affair continues

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Australian suppliers of broadband services have not seen a drop-off in subscribers, despite factors such as a slowing economy and ongoing complaints over service pricing and reliability. "We haven't seen any evidence...

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