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U.S. Puts 12 Nations on Watch for Piracy

The Bush administration has placed China, Russia, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, India, Israel, Lebanon, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine and Venezuela on a "priority watch list" for failing to sufficiently protect American producers of music, movies and other... More...

Mandriva Puts Linux on USB

Linux distributor Mandriva's Flash 4GB provides Mandriva Linux 2007 KDE 32-bit, which is bootable off the USB 2.0 stick sans installation. It includes drivers for common PC video cards, wireless adapters and modems – as... More...

Judge puts halt on new Vonage customers

A federal judge has ordered Vonage not to accept any new customers while it continues to infringe on Verizon Communications patents covering some aspects of Internet phone calls. U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton said it... More...

Nasdaq puts Apple on notice

On Friday, Apple Computer, which has delayed a quarterly regulatory filing amid a stock-options accounting probe, said that it has received a letter from Nasdaq warning that it's not in compliance with the exchange's rules.... More...

IE Flaw Puts Windows XP SP2 at Risk

A flaw has been discovered in Internet Explorer that could enable a remote attack on systems running Windows XP with Service Pack 2, eEye Digital Security has warned. The flaw, which also... More...

Google puts brakes on Accelerator

Google has stopped allowing downloads of its Web Accelerator software, just days after it began offering the product. Google cited capacity as the reason for putting the brake on downloads of Accelerator,... More...

Opteron Puts AMD to Work

Advanced Micro Devices has gone from an afterthought among server customers to the darling of the enterprise world in just a year. The company's Opteron chip has opened the doors of corporate server rooms for... More...

Gizmo Puts Cards on the Table

Researchers in Dublin, Ireland, have developed a way to help people who are far away from their loved ones feel a little closer, using a pair of kitchen tables equipped with radio tag readers, projectors... More...

Google puts new gadgets in browser

Online search engine Google introduced several new gadgets in its popular toolbar for Web browsers, hoping to build even greater brand loyalty amid heightened competition. The new software out Thursday for the... More...

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