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BitTorrent Moves to Video Streaming

Six years after BitTorrent Incorporated's chief executive Bram Cohen created the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing technology, the company plans to start helping media companies stream videos over the Internet. While the BitTorrent software has been notorious... More...

Gateway Moves to Buy Packard Bell

In an interesting chain of buyouts, US computer maker Gateway has now moved a step closer to purchasing Packard Bell, a decision which comes as Acer, headquartered in Taiwan, announced last week that it would... More...

Patent Reform Moves to Senate

Passed by the US House of Representatives on Sept. 7, H.R. 1908: the Patent Reform Act of 2007, limits damages to the actual value of the infringed technology, not the entire product containing the contested... More...

Yahoo Moves Quickly To Plug Phishing Hole

Security Researcher Aditya K Sood is alleging that Yahoo was at risk from a pair of critical phishing and redirection vulnerabilities. According to Sood, the first vulnerability could have allowed certain specific URLs linked on... More...

Google moves to 'universal' search

Marissa Mayer, Google Incorporated's vice president of search products and user experience, made the announcement that the search giant will make a significant push toward integrating results from a variety of its search engines.... More...

Logitech Gives PC Mice New Moves

PC peripheral player Logitech has motorized the computer mouse scroll wheel with two new models that ease scanning and scrolling through large computer documents, spreadsheets, pictures, lists and other data. The Fremont, Calif.-based company said... More...

DVD Jon Moves to San Diego

Jon Lech Johansen, the 21-year-old Norwegian media hacker nicknamed DVD Jon, is moving to San Diego to work for maverick tech entrepreneur Michael Robertson in what can only be described as the most portentous team-up... More...

Sony moves up E3 PS3 unveiling

Japanese game giant's expo press conference will now be held before Microsoft's and Nintendo's. Yesterday, Microsoft sent out invitations to its E3 press conference, at which the company confirmed it will show... More...

Sony Moves In on iPod Market

Sony is unveiling its competitor to the newly-launched iPod Shuffle, the flash-based music player from Apple. Its new players will hold around the same number of songs - 250 or so - but Sony claims... More...

Texas Moves to Tackle Spamming

Texas law-enforcement officials have moved to crack down on spam, filing a lawsuit against one of the world's largest junk e-mail operations. The state's attorney general, Grreg Abbott, has field the case against two men... More...

Half-Life 2 pre-load moves onto fifth phase

The ongoing Half-Life 2 pre-load saga hit its fifth phase last night, with Steam account holders able to continue downloading the Counter-Strike: Source maps in encrypted form. With the ongoing legal saga between Valve and... More...

Half-Life 2 moves to Autumn?

What can only be described as bad news for Half-Life fans a new release date rumor emerges. Reports from Half Life Radio reports that Valve is soon going to ship HL2 to publisher Vivendi,... More...

Windows Media 9 Moves Past the PC

Ever since Microsoft released Windows Media 9, Microsoft has been pushing its product trying to get it adopted in the software and consumer electronics market. Today it has been announced that Microsoft has teamed... More...

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