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3D Realms shuts down

Just when we thought that long delayed Duke Nukem forever has made some progress, bad news arises. According to Shack News, Duke Nukem's developer, 3D Realms has shut down due to funding issues. However, Apogee... More...

China Shuts Down Pornographic Web Sites

China shut down 44,000 Web sites and arrested 868 people for Internet pornography last year, state media said Wednesday. China's Public Security Ministry launched a crackdown on Internet pornography last year, saying it had "perverted... More...

Russia shuts down Allofmp3.com

The music download website whose activities threatened to scupper Russia's entry into the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has been shut down. The site, Allofmp3.com, was quietly closed as the Kremlin sought to end criticism from... More...

OpenSSL shuts attack holes

Two patches have been released for flaws in the open-source security program that permit denial-of-service attacks that could cripple the Internet. The group behind OpenSSL, a widely used open-source Web security program, released two patches... More...

Digitalo Shuts Down

Digitalo, the Florida based developer of this year's Unreal engine based FPS Devastation has officially shut their doors as of last Monday, Nov. 3. According to what an official source at Digitalo told HomeLAN today,... More...

New Macromedia site shuts out Apple

A redesign of Macromedia's main Web site is attracting criticism from customers because it doesn't work with some browsers, including Apple Computer's much-hyped Safari. Macromedia launched a beta, or test version, of... More...

Excite UK shuts down.

Web portal Excite UK is shutting down its operation and shedding its remaining 48 jobs after a last-ditch funding effort fell short, the company said on Monday. The portal had been looking... More...

MSN.com shuts out non-Microsoft browsers

Some people trying to access Microsoft's MSN.com with a non-Microsoft browser are finding themselves locked out. Although the software leviathan's Internet Explorer easily reaches MSN, other browsers--such as Opera, Mozilla and some... More...

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