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Appeal Court rejects iPod levy

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected a controversial levy that would have raised the price of MP3 players, cellphones and computers. The FCA, which released its decision Thursday, said the Copyright Board — a... More...

Yahoo Rejects Microsoft Search Offer

Yahoo CEO Terry Semel has revealed he recently rebuffed Microsoft's attempt to bag a stake in the company. Although the Yahoo boss didn't confirm what form the speculated overtures took, he slapped down the idea... More...

Patent Office Rejects NTP Claim in RIM Case

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (UPTO) hasrejected an NTP patent that is part of the ongoing legal spat betweenthe company and Research in Motion. NTP contends that RIM's popularBlackBerry wireless device infringes five of... More...

Dell Rejects Spyware Charge

Dell has rejected allegations that it's PCs come pre-loaded with an intrusive application that spies on users' surfing habits. The equipment manufacturer said there was nothing untoward about My Way Search Assistant despite complaints from... More...

Europe rejects patent proposal

The European Parliament has rejected a controversial measure that would have legalized software patents in the European Union. A government representative said that 648 out of 729 members of the European Parliament... More...

NBA rejects EA exclusivity proposal - report

America's National Basketball Association (NBA) has rejected an approach by publisher Electronic Arts over a possible exclusivity arrangement, according to gaming website IGN. EA and the NBA have yet to confirm or deny the report.... More...

Apache rejects Sender ID technology

Apache have written an open letter to the IETF regarding the Sender ID proposal. Sender ID is a technology designed to reduce spam on the internet. Although well designed and a technology that could do... More...

Court rejects Msfreepc.com submissions

Activewin has posted a link to a court ruling on the controversial MSfreepc.com website. The court ruled that submissions for free software (and PCs) made via the site were not legitimate, and as such all... More...

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