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  • News: Windows Live OneCare launches in US

    Microsoft is set to release a fully supported version of its Windows Live OneCare offering, marking its entry into the security software market.

  • News: Sony's LocationFree offers TV on the hoof

    Sony today announced the UK launch of its LocationFree box.

  • News: Apple fails in bid to control the press

    Apple has lost in its bid to create a two-tier system of journalism through its case against Mac news websites the company attempted to characterise as 'bloggers'.

  • News: F-Secure partners joins ISPs for security

    Today F-Secure said it is offering two security software packages that ISPs can market to customers in hopes of increasing broadband fees.

  • News: Slingbox launches in UK

    Slingbox - an add-on to your home TV and DVD setup that enables you to watch live or recorded TV and video from anywhere in the world - makes its UK debut today.

  • News: Australian company uncovers Skype flaw

    Australian security firm Security-Assessment.com has discovered a flaw with the install of the Windows-based Skype client.

  • News: Password-stealing Trojan arrives

    A fresh round of spam with a password-stealing Trojan detected on Sunday uses a German-language pitch, saying the malicious attachment is an official Microsoft Windows update.

  • News: China enacts internet copyright regulation

    Internet pirates will face fines of about £6,700 for unauthorised use of copyrighted material on the web under a new Chinese regulation.

  • News: 'Web 2.0' brand ownership disputed

    A media company claiming ownership of the term 'Web 2.0' has relented in its attempt to prevent an Irish organisation from using the term to promote a conference.

  • News: Tech companies 'aid censorship'

    Civil-rights group Amnesty International launched a campaign against internet censorship on Sunday, accusing multinational companies of complicity in aiding countries such as China to hamper free access to online information.

  • News: Netgear's draft-802.11n draws fire

    Netgear has claimed to be first to market with a draft-802.11n wireless ADSL router – but has drawn criticism for a product that is likely to prove inferior to its existing products.

  • News: MPAA sued by TorrentSpy

    In a tale of intrigue that's perhaps fitting for the parties involved, the Motion Picture Association of America has denied that it paid a hacker to steal information from TorrentSpy.

  • News: Google knocks Microsoft off Dell PCs

    When consumers boot up their new Dell desktops and notebooks next week, they will find a Google homepage and search tools, not the familiar Microsoft versions.

  • News: eBay and Yahoo team up on ads, search

    In an effort to win more online advertising money and strengthen defences against growing competition, Yahoo and eBay today said they have formed a partnership.

  • News: Mobile TV will air World Cup games

    Broadcast mobile TV service, using technology developed in Korea instead of a European-backed system, will kick off next week in Germany just days ahead of the World Cup tournament.

  • News: YouTube corners web video market

    YouTube is the most visited video website, attracting almost half of all visitors and towering over giants such as Google, Yahoo, AOL and MSN, according to Hitwise.

  • News: Microsoft mobile kit to boost Live services

    Microsoft will let vendors include Windows Live voice services on mobile devices through a toolkit that will be available in the next few months.

  • News: Patent law reforms still needed

    The US government is moving in the right direction with its efforts to reform its patent process, a top executive at Research In Motion has said.

  • News: Microsoft maintains stance against ODF

    Despite the recent approval of the ODF (Open Document Format) for Office Applications by the ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation), Microsoft remains stalwart in its decision to forego support of ODF in its Office productivity suite.

  • News: EU backtracks on patent law

    The European Commission this week appeared to take a step back from its earlier position on the patentability of software.



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