In response to rumours whispered by members of the Blu-ray camp, Warner Home Video announced that it will not be ditching HD DVD for Blu-ray. Warner Brothers is currently the only major studio to support...

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Software Assurance, Microsoft's enterprise subscription plan which allows subscribers to upgrade to new product releases at a 29% discount per year per desktop and 25% discount per server, provides Microsoft a steady revenue stream in...

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Verizon is facing allegations that all of its infrastructure investments are being poured into the deployment of FiOS, Verizon's fiber-to-the-premises network. During testimony given before the Virginia State Corporation Commission last week, Communications Workers of...

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According to previous reports, Baidu CFO Shawn Wang was planned to announce details of a European expansion for China's largest search engine at a London conference. Baidu.com has denied such claims saying there are no...

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If you caught my previous story, my apologies for the mix-up. Dell Incorporated has denied reports that it plans to stop making LCD TVs. A report in the Taiwanese newspaper Economic Daily suggested that Dell...

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Microsoft Corporation's head of search and advertising is denying that a team of developers in Silicon Valley were working on a cutting-edge search project. "When they get it done, I hope they'll send me a...

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Google has responded to Viacom's $1 billion March copyright lawsuit, arguing that it is protected by the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act and has not infringed on the rights of the media company. Google believes...

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In an echo of the furore that met the release of the original eMac, Apple has withdrawn its new education-only iMac from sale to individuals. The new product was available for purchase by individual...

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BlackBerry users are once againfocusing their attention on Richmond, VA and U.S. District Court of JudgeJames R. Spencer. On Monday the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal fromBlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. leaving...

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Google has denied rumors of a low-cost PC that have been circulating since an LA Times article quoted sources saying the search giant was close to a deal with Wal-Mart and other retailers to...

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Advanced Micro Devices denied on Tuesday rumours spread by a web-site regarding cancellation of production of AMD Opteron processors for servers and workstation designed for desktop-oriented 939-pin infrastructure. The company said it would continue to...

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After reports spread claiming Dell was set to produce an AMD processor based PC, Dell has firmly denounced the reports as false. According to previous reports, motherboard makers Foxconn, Asustek, and Quanta were told...

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ATI has denied rumors that portions of its recently introduced X1000 product line are experiencing delays, according to X-bit labs. Currently, a majority of stores only have the X1800 XL in stock, which has...

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Responding to an antitrust lawsuit filed by a rival computer chip maker, Intel on Thursday denied its business practices broke any laws and dismissed the claims as "factually incorrect and contradictory.'' In a 63-page...

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Leading publisher Electronic Arts has denied that it sought an exclusive licensing deal with the NBA, following reports last month which indicated that the basketball association had turned down an approach from the firm. US...

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Lexmark has firmly denied installing spyware on its customers' computers, after allegations appeared on a Usenet newsgroup that its printers install software that sends personal information back to the company. The poster, calling himself Commander,...

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Apparently previous reports that Intel's platform Sonoma would be delay are incorrect. According to a statement that an Intel Corp. representative today. An Intel Corp. representative denied any problems with the...

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This is the first I heard of this, but apparently there was a rumor going around that Bungie was developing a version of Halo for Nintendo's Game Boy. Today official word came from Bungie...

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Microsoft argued in a Minnesota court Tuesday that it never overcharged customers for software, denying charges in its first trial of a class-action suit that it abused its operating system monopoly to hike prices. ...

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The worlds No.1 chipmaker this week reportedly confirmed existence of its own 64-bit x86 microprocessor, but then denied the reality of any Intel's x86-64 CPU, when asked for clarification. Investor's Business Daily on Wednesday published...

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Apple has defended its benchmark comparison of its new Power Mac G5 and two Dell Pentium 4 and Xeon-based systems, stating that the tests performed and the way those tests were conducted is all above...

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Thanks to everyone who sent this in. ATI Technologies informed us that the company will continue selling its own premier quality graphics cards sold under "Built by ATI" brand-name. The company said...

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IBM has denied SCO Group's allegations that it misappropriated Unix trade secrets, but Big Blue isn't giving hints about what its eventual strategy will be for battling the lawsuit. In an 18-page filing...

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Steve Jobs, Apple Computer's chief executive, said his company never made any offer to invest in or acquire Vivendi Universal's Universal music division, but he did not deny the two groups were in talks, nor...

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The hopes and dreams of rabid PlayStation fans worldwide were realized for a short while last weekend, when the Bloomberg news service reported a Taiwanese manufacturer source as saying that the PlayStation 3 will come...

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