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Tokyo show shifts from September, confirms Oct 9-12 dates The dates for this year's Tokyo Games Show have been revealed, and organiser CESA has decided to push it back from last year's September slot...

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Six years after BitTorrent Incorporated's chief executive Bram Cohen created the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing technology, the company plans to start helping media companies stream videos over the Internet. While the BitTorrent software has been notorious...

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Gateway Moves to Buy Packard Bell

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In an interesting chain of buyouts, US computer maker Gateway has now moved a step closer to purchasing Packard Bell, a decision which comes as Acer, headquartered in Taiwan, announced last week that it would...

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Passed by the US House of Representatives on Sept. 7, H.R. 1908: the Patent Reform Act of 2007, limits damages to the actual value of the infringed technology, not the entire product containing the contested...

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Security Researcher Aditya K Sood is alleging that Yahoo was at risk from a pair of critical phishing and redirection vulnerabilities. According to Sood, the first vulnerability could have allowed certain specific URLs linked on...

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Google moves to 'universal' search

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Marissa Mayer, Google Incorporated's vice president of search products and user experience, made the announcement that the search giant will make a significant push toward integrating results from a variety of its search engines....

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Long standing UK GSP Wireplay has relaunched this week with a brand new forums and website. Not to mention 30 top of the range servers sponsored by Pipex Communications. Quote - ...

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The Chilean government wants Google to fix its geographical search program that places village Villa O'Higgins, named after Chilean independence hero Bernardo O'Higgins, Santiago, on the Argentine side of the border. "Chile has asked for...

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Research In Motion Limited is making internal changes to ensure that a massive outage of its BlackBerry e-mail service like the recent one that hit North American and left business executives, lawyers, politicians and other...

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Intel has been tinkering with a concept of a phase change memory device chip for nearly 30 years. Intel CTO Justin Rattner demonstrated a 128-bit sample of code-name Alverston at the Intel Developer Forum in...

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Logitech Gives PC Mice New Moves

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PC peripheral player Logitech has motorized the computer mouse scroll wheel with two new models that ease scanning and scrolling through large computer documents, spreadsheets, pictures, lists and other data. The Fremont, Calif.-based company said...

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Jon Lech Johansen, the 21-year-old Norwegian media hacker nicknamed DVD Jon, is moving to San Diego to work for maverick tech entrepreneur Michael Robertson in what can only be described as the most portentous team-up...

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A leading Linux figure, Daniel Robbins, the founder of Gentoo Linux and its former chief architect, has announced that he has accepted a position at Microsoft Corp. In a brief note to the Gentoo Foundation...

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Japanese game giant's expo press conference will now be held before Microsoft's and Nintendo's. Yesterday, Microsoft sent out invitations to its E3 press conference, at which the company confirmed it will show...

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Sony is unveiling its competitor to the newly-launched iPod Shuffle, the flash-based music player from Apple. Its new players will hold around the same number of songs - 250 or so - but Sony claims...

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Texas law-enforcement officials have moved to crack down on spam, filing a lawsuit against one of the world's largest junk e-mail operations. The state's attorney general, Grreg Abbott, has field the case against two men...

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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission this week cleared the way for power companies to roll out broadband over power line service by approving a set of rules designed to limit interference to other radio frequency...

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