The Pirate Bay Sees a Future Without BitTorrent

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The guys from The Pirate Bay are always working on interesting side-projects, but there is one in particular that's so significant, it might be the future of filesharing. For a while now, they have been...

Microsoft sees progress in getting Windows on XO

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Microsoft Corporation Vice President Will Poole has announced the software giant has made progress in getting a basic version of Windows XP to work on the low-cost One Laptop Per Child Foundation's laptop that currently...

Video Game Conference Sees Big Changes

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The video game industry's annual showcase is saying goodbye to scantily clad booth babes, extravagant multimillion dollar exhibits, celebrity appearances, blaring lights and pounding music. This year's version of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, renamed the...

Yahoo sees advertising shake-up

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Yahoo is overhauling the way it sells advertising in the US in an effort to help revive the business. The internet firm, whose boss Terry Semel quit this month after recent poor trading, is...

Samsung Sees Huge Global Interest in WiBro Technology

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Samsung Electronics said Tuesday "major nations" will use Korea's homegrown WiBro mobile wireless Internet technology from next year. Samsung Electronics president Lee Ki-tae made the remark at a meeting to promote the technology that was...

Google sees profits almost double

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Google has seen its year-on-year third-quarter profits almost double, rising from $391m (£202m) in 2005 to $733m (£390m) for the past three months. The search giant's revenues also rose dramatically, up 70% from last year...

George Lucas Sees Movie Downloading as the Future

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US movie director, George Lucas, sees the future of film in downloads. Speaking to Variety, the Star Wars director revealed that, while he's not rushing to be among the first to release movies through iTunes,...

Analyst Sees Zune, Hears Static

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American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu said he has looked at the Zune documents that Toshiba filed last week with the Federal Communications Commission and is not impressed. "We are frankly underwhelmed by the much-hyped...

X-Box 360 sees Black and Jedi Knights

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1Up.com reported that the official X-Box 360 Backwards compatibility list has been updated with three new games. These include: Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Winning Eleven 9, and Black. Considering that Black was never to see...

Intel Sees WiMax Trials in Asia end-2005

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Intel Corp., the world's largest microchip maker, said on Thursday it expected to implement trials of the emerging wireless broadband technology called "WiMax" in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines by year-end. Intel, which...

EU Sees Deal with Microsoft in May

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Microsoft Corp. made a deal with the European Commission to resolve their differences over remedies imposed on the software giant for violating antitrust laws before the end of May, the EU's competition chief said on...

Gates sees mobile phones overtaking iPods

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates sees mobile phones overtaking MP3s as the top choice of portable music player, and views the raging popularity of Apple's iPod player as unsustainable, he told a German newspaper. "As good...

Gates sees big dollars in little devices

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Bill Gates doesn't think his company has been slow to crack the cell phone market. He just thinks the little devices have yet to catch up to the power of his company's software. ...

Sun Sees Shining Future in Open Source

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Jonathan Schwartz, Sun's chief operating officer and president, on Tuesday presented a spirited defense of his company's decision to use the Common Development and Distribution License for its OpenSolaris project rather than the GNU GPL,...

Analyst sees "hellish" holiday season ahead

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Industry analysts at Wedbush Morgan predict a Christmas "disaster" for console publishers off the A-list. Wedbush Morgan Securites, financial analyst has issued that its annual preholiday reports in the console gaming sections....

Intel Exec Sees 64-Bit Irrelevant for Home PCs Now

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A top Intel executive said 64-bit technology, which gives computers greater memory capacity and more powerful data crunching abilities, would not become relevant to home PC users until sometime in 2006, later than anticipated by...

Microsoft sees sales hurdles ahead

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Microsoft sounded a cautionary note with financial analysts on Wednesday, warning that it faces challenges to keep growing its sales at the same rate it has in recent years. In a presentation...

Cisco CEO sees IT recovery within months

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Cisco Systems, the world's largest maker of networking equipment, expects the IT market to recover within months, its chief executive was quoted as saying on Wednesday. "In the next two to four months,...

March sees more spam than ever

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March was another bumper month for spam, with the latest figures revealing a continued increase in the amount of unsolicited e-mail traffic. Anti-spam firm Brightmail recorded a 4-percent month-on-month increase in the amount of spam...

Photography Industry Sees Printing Growth

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With feverish demand for digital cameras fueling growth in the photography industry, manufacturers hope to persuade consumers that printing pictures is just as important as snapping them. Printing of digital photos, whether...

UK sees illegal CD boom

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Pirating is up by 50 per cent, says BPI The number of illegal CDs in the UK has increased by almost 50 per cent, according to the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). ...

Compaq CEO Sees Merger on Track with Regulators

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Compaq Computer Corp. Chief Executive Michael Capellas said on Wednesday his company and Hewlett-Packard Co. were determined to hold shareholder votes in March on their $22.3 billion merger, and said regulatory approval was on track...

Activision sees Thanksgiving sales up

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Citing preliminary Thanksgiving holiday data, No. 2 video game maker Activision Inc. on Tuesday projected U.S. retail sales of its newest games during the holiday week jumped 44 percent from last year. Activision's...

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