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  • News: AMD to resell Transmeta chip

    AMD will resell a processor designed by Transmeta for Microsoft's pay-as-you-go PC initiative as part of a strategy to connect people in developing countries to the internet, Transmeta said yesterday.

  • News: Yahoo to revamp My Web

    Yahoo plans to unveil improvements to its My Web social bookmarking service today, including a revamped interface designed to make it simpler to use.

  • News: Microsoft awards research grants

    Microsoft has awarded 12 grants to scientists studying various aspects of search-engine technology, in an attempt by the company to foster research in this area.

  • News: Parliament 'should not legislate DRM'

    In a report released today, a group of lawmakers advised the government not to make DRM systems mandatory.

  • News: Firefox update fixes 12 security bugs

    Mozilla has released updates to its Firefox browser and Thunderbird email client that fix a number of critical security flaws in the open-source products.

  • News: $100 laptop to feature innovative LCDs

    Nicholas Negroponte's '$100 laptop computer' will cost about $135 (about £70) when available to children in developing countries by the middle of next year.

  • News: AOL fixes major email problem

    AOL has fixed a major problem that affected its tens of millions of email users worldwide for several hours last week, but what caused the snarl remains a mystery to the internet access and services provider.

  • News: Acer revs up dual-core Ferrari laptops

    Acer has thrown down the gauntlet in its racing-car rivalry with Asus, launching the latest upgrades to its Ferrari series of notebook PCs, the first dual-core additions to the family.

  • News: RIM launches slimmed-down BlackBerry

    Research In Motion, the Canadian company that makes the popular BlackBerry handset, yesterday announced another model.

  • News: Phishing scam aimed at MySpace.com

    A 'phishing' site that harvested the login and credentials of MySpace.com users was removed today from a California server, a security vendor has reported.

  • News: Microsoft to Brew mobile game offerings

    Microsoft has adopted yet another platform under its broad strategy to provide games and game communities wherever users go.

  • News: Pro-North Korean paper pushed online

    The People's Korea, one of the few pro-North Korean newspapers in the world, announced on the front page of its 29 April edition, recently delivered to subscribers, that the edition will be its last in paper form.

  • News: F-Secure patches web console bug

    F-Secure has patched a vulnerability that could possibly be used to run unauthorised code on its email and internet gateway server software.

  • News: World Cup matches online with the Beeb

    The BBC will be showing all the World Cup matches that it owns the broadcasting rights to on its website.

  • News: 'Ransomware' comes to the UK

    A woman from Rochdale studying for her nursing degree is believed to be the first victim of 'ransomware' in the UK, after a Trojan encrypted files on her PC.

  • News: MTV Urge chief quits

    MTV has lost the executive most instrumental to the development of its new Urge digital music service.

  • News: Yahoo launches improved video service

    Yahoo today launched a site designed to make it easier for internet users to find and share videos.

  • News: Symantec invests in next-gen services

    With a new generation of consumer security products expected to ship by year's end, Symantec wants to build a line of security services that better leverage its 50 million worldwide users.

  • News: Google CEO voices concerns over IE 7.0

    The next release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues to concern Google, which nonetheless has no plans to develop a competing browser, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said yesterday.

  • News: Objections to EU internet TV proposal

    Organisations representing the interests of businesses in seven European countries issued a statement yesterday objecting to proposed European Union regulations on internet TV.



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