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MySpace makes belated entry into China

News Corporation has launched a test version of their popular social networking site MySpace in China, making a late entry into the intensely competitive Chinese Internet market. MySpace China will be a Chinese-owned company with... More...

SanDisk Makes Move to Cut Costs

SanDisk stated that NAND component prices have plummeted 50% in the past two months due to excess supply and along with increasingly cut-throat competition, the company has been forced to take drastic measures to keep... More...

Google Makes MacExpo Commitment

Google is once again underscoring its commitment to the Mac platform, with a major presence planned for MacExpo, which opens tomorrow. MacExpo organisers have confirmed this presence on behalf of search engine giant. ... More...

Adobe Makes Mobile Acquisition

Adobe has acquired vector graphics technology developed by Actimagine. Actimagine develops, patents, and licenses software solutions in the field of video and interactive vector graphics. The acquisition will extend the reach of Adobe mobile technologies,... More...

AMD chip socket makes room for others

AMD will let computer makers pop specialized coprocessors into sockets that otherwise would house an AMD primary processor such as Opteron or Athlon. It's an expansion of the Torrenza initiative which provides a way for... More...

VIA Makes Security Easy for Windows based Applications

VIA PadLock™ Cryptographic Service Provider utilizes real-time VIA PadLock hardware security to strengthen and accelerate security for online, desktop, embedded and mobile applications VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies... More...

Apple Makes Blu-Ray iPod Movie Play

Apple is asking movie studios to include iPod-ready versions of their films on future Blu-Ray disc releases. CNN claims Apple - who signed up to support the Blu-Ray standard in March 2005 - is using... More...

ATI Makes Mobility Radeon X1600 Official

ATI has officially announced its Mobility Radeon X1600, the first member of its new Radeon X1000series to be available for notebooks. Like its desktop counterpart, theMobility Radeon X1600 has an unconventional architecture with 12 pixelpipes,... More...

Company makes claims on XML patents

Thanks Jugalator. Charlotte, N.C.-based Scientigop owns two patents (No. 5,842,213 and No. 6,393,426) covering the transfer of "data in neutral forms." These patents, one of which was applied for in 1997, are infringed upon by... More...

ATM crime makes fraudsters $2.75bn

More than three million US consumers fell victim to bank fraud in the past year, with some $2.75bn being lost through ATMs. Many of their account numbers and PINs were gained over the internet, using... More...

Microsoft Makes Longhorn Performance Promises

For the past several years, Microsoft has been promising that Longhorn would deliver some substantial security, reliability and performance improvements. But until the worldwide partner conference in Minneapolis in mid-July, company officials had not quantified... More...

Kayak makes mobile market position

US-based mobile games publisher Kayak Interactive has announced that it has acquired Swedish firm Synergenix Interactive, in a move which will see both their publishing and technology divisions being combined. The terms of... More...

Will Microsoft Makes Its Browser Better?

The success of alternative browsers such as Mozilla Foundation's Firefox may ultimately have an unexpected side effect. It may be causing Microsoft to be more aggressive in leveraging its dominance of Internet client software, says... More...

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