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Adobe brings 64-bit Flash to Linux

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Adobe first experimented porting its products to Linux back in November of 2004. Since acquiring Macromedia in mid 2005, Adobe has also been committed to porting Macromedias assets, such as Flash, to Linux. The most...

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CRIA brings Demonoid Down Again

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Demonoid.com now reads: "The CRIA threatened the company renting the servers to us, and because of this it is not possible to keep the site online. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for your understanding."...

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Something seems to have gone horribly wrong in an untold number of IT departments on Wednesday after Microsoft installed a resource-hogging search application on machines company-wide, even though administrators had configured systems not to use...

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MSI has announced its new NX8600GT Twin Turbo, which uniquely features dual video BIOSes, each containing different core and memory clock settings. Users can switch between the two clock speed profiles with the press of...

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Sony brings it 'Home' for the PS3

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At Wednesdays Game Developers Conference, Sony unveiled Home, an immersive 3D social space created exclusively for the PlayStation 3. Phil Harrison, Sony Computer Entertainments president of worldwide studios, gave a keynote regarding Home, which is...

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EA Brings Madden to Revolution

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EA Canada QB details popular pigskin franchises debut for Nintendos new console; with new controller, popular football series wont be just about pushing buttons. Exec says EA Rev games wont be straight ports. Electronic...

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In what it is billing as "e-mail portability," Google Inc. is opening access to its Gmail e-mail service from desktop clients and mobile devices. On Wednesday, the company began providing free POP3 (Post Office Protocol...

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In a move to bolster its media and entertainment division, Yahoo! Inc. has hired Lloyd Braun, a former ABC television programmer. Mr. Brauns primary objective is to convince movie, TV and music companies to distribute...

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Silicon Graphics has brought high-end graphics abilities to its Linux- and Itanium-based computers, an important step in the companys expansion from its more proprietary equipment. The Mountain View, Calif., company sells two...

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Instead of puddle jumping during a rainy Midwestern spring, physics researchers at Indianas Purdue University have been doing some puddle linking -- tying together pools of a few dozen electrons sandwiched inside a semiconductor. The...

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Network middleware has announced the launch of the first BitDemon 1.0. This software is designed to make the stage of adding networked multiplayer to PC, PS2 and Xbox games easier. BitDemons network multiplayer software also...

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UK-based developer Climax is handling the Xbox port of NovaLogics Delta Force - Black Hawk Down, adding Live support and co-operative missions along with various new maps, modes and tweaks to the arcade-oriented shoot-"em-up ahead...

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Software running on thousands of computers worldwide will become inoperable in a few weeks because of an obscure date-related glitch, and developers are rushing to create and apply patches. Sound familiar? Software...

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Adobe Systems announced Monday new versions of Photoshop and other key publishing and graphics products, but some of the biggest changes wont be in the applications. The software makers new product combines...

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