News reported on the Wired blog 'Epicenter' warns office workers to check their employment contract or workplace rules before logging into Twitter, Facebook, or any other social networking website. According to Epicenter, a recent study...

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In more Massive news, Activision have announced that they will continue their partnership with Massive Inc for a further 18 titles. If you've ever played "Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock", or "Tony Hawk's Proving...

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El_Oscuro brings us a Washington Post update on the progress of Future Combat Systems, the U.S. Army's Linux-based operating environment that has been under development for several years. The project, which currently surpasses 63 million...

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Microsoft's dual launching of Office 2007 and Windows Vista to the general public was the second time the software giant released the OS and office productivity products simultaneously, the first time being with Windows 95....

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Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson will work with computer chip giant Intel on applications for mobile computers that will increase their attractiveness in the market, Ericsson said on Friday. Ericsson said the joint effort...

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According to ZDNet, Microsoft is halting production work on software that had been described as a serious contender to Adobe Photoshop. Previously code named Acrylic, the software was released as a development preview last year,...

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Mortal Kombat actors get film work

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When Mortal Kombat burst onto the arcade scene in the early 1990s, manygamers were taken aback at how the characters looked like real people.Of course, they were real people, digitized and animated. In fact, themajority...

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Sims 2 Work Retail

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Open for Business expansion is...open for business; add-on lets Sims trudge off to work, manage store, hire, and fire employees. With more than 58 million units moved, the...

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The GNU General Public License, which is the most widely used free-software license and is used to license the open-source Linux kernel, is set for its first revision in 13 years. Linus Torvalds, the creator...

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The U.S. Department of Energy has funded a consortium of InfiniBand advocates to build Linux software support for the high-speed networking technology. The three-year project will support programmers at chipmaker Intel and InfiniBand...

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The integration of Microsoft and Sun Microsystems technology is progressing, but it is more complex than envisioned, according to Scott McNealy, Sun's chief executive. The companies' integration project, headed by Microsoft's Bill...

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Apple Computer Chief Executive Steve Jobs has quietly returned to work full time after taking a leave of absence to recover from cancer surgery. Jobs has been participating in high-level staff meetings over the past...

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Microsoft has denied reports by the Washington Alliance of Technology Workers (WashTech) that it's outsourcing core development to Indian contractors. Earlier this week the WashTech reported that Microsoft was planning on outsourcing the core...

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The crew over at The Tech Report has discovered BTX may not work on AMDs Athlon 64 processors. I've spoken with several sources here on the show floor from motherboard and enclosure...

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Advanced Micro Devices has gone from an afterthought among server customers to the darling of the enterprise world in just a year. The company's Opteron chip has opened the doors of corporate server rooms for...

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Good Technology Inc., a developer of mobile corporate data and messaging systems, on Tuesday said its software will now work on handheld devices powered by Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC platform, potentially allowing millions more people...

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Microsoft Corp. is hard at work on the next generation of its Xbox video game console, even as the current version starts to show its full potential as an entertainment hub, founder and Chairman Bill...

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More than half of the emails sent from company systems have nothing to do with work, according to exclusive research for vnunet.com's sister title Computing. The study, by email management vendor Waterford...

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An international trio of venture capital firms has banded together to try to spark businesses that use IBM and Linux technology for telecommunications purposes. The three venture capital firms--3i, Mayfield and Worldview Technology...

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LAS VEGAS — Microsoft and Sony have competed ferociously over whose technology will dominate digital entertainment in the future, but they've also been quietly working on a partnership that could build a bridge between the...

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Thanks Robert for the email. Peace appears to have broken out between aggressive graphics chip company Nvidia and belligerent graphics chip company Microsoft, if reports in today's Economic News of Taiwan are to be credited....

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