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Wal-Mart in major solar power push

Wal-Mart has announced what it called "a pilot" solar power project consisting of solar power arrays installed on 22 of its stores and warehouses in Hawaii and California that will generate up to 20 million... More...

Day of Defeat to get major update

Earlier this week, it was reported that Valve would be releasing a major update to its popular online only action game Day of Defeat: Source. In a press release yesterday, Valve announced more detail for... More...

Major Ageia PhysX Annoucements

Ageia, maker of the upcoming PhysX Physics Processing Unit, has announced numerous titles shipping with support for the add-in card to enhance environment physics in PC games. Included in the plethora of press releases... More...

Google Launches Major Video Service

Today, at CES, Google have announced Google Video Marketplace. The service is described by the company as being the " first open video marketplace enabling consumers to buy and rent a wide range... More...

Major Book Publishers Sue Google

Thanks oddcrap. Google Inc. on Wednesday was sued by a major publishing association for digitizing library books without the permissions of copyright holders, the second such suit filed against the search engine giant. ... More...

Internet Explorer Hit by Major XSS Bug

Security advice firm Secunia has released information concerning a new flaw with Microsoft's web browser, Internet Explorer. The exploit allows cross site scripting attacks to be performed on users. In the scenario that... More...

Internet to see major strike today?

Yevgeny Kaspersky, of Kaspersky Labs fame, has raised concerns of a major attack on the internet today. Kaspersky has been widely quoted as saying that there would be a major online attack against Israeli sites... More...

Major Restructuring at LucasArts

LucasArts confirmed today a major restructuring of its development studio. It marks the first change within the company since Jim Ward took over as president in May. "Since joining LucasArts in early May, I've taken... More...

Major Japanese firms won't pay off SCO

The biggest computer manufacturers in Japan that build systems running Linux will hold out against blustering by SCO to extract license fees based upon unsubstantiated infringement claims, it has emerged. According to today's... More...

Major retailers to test "smart shelves"

Two major retailers and a consumer products giant are teaming up to test a new "smart shelf" technology that allows for real-time tracking of inventory levels. Gillette, Wal-Mart and the U.K.-based supermarket chain... More...

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