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  • News: Alcatel-Lucent loses $1.5bn from Microsoft patent suit

    Alcatel-Lucent lost another round against Microsoft this week in a continuing court battle over patents for the MP3 digital music format.

  • Video: Tomb Raider Underworld preview

    Due out on November 21, Tomb Raider Underworld lays claim to being the first next-generation Tomb Raider release, boasting stunning graphics. In this trailer, cinematics director Toby Gard and creative director Eric Lindstrom reveal the story behind Lara's latest adventure, which will be available across all major gaming platforms.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 26 September 2008

    Your regular weekly update of the biggest technology news stories. In this week’s show: T-Mobile introduces the first Android phone, a prototype bus steers without a driver, WiMAX sets to launch and gadgets are on display in New York.

  • News: Photobox launches Super Photos Facebook application

    Photobox has launched a Facebook www.facebook.com application that allows users to upload their pictures to the photo printing website and the social networking site at the same time.

  • News: New MacBooks may get aluminum cases

    The re-designed MacBooks and MacBook Pros are likely to have aluminium-based cases, similar to those sported by the MacBook Air, according to AppleInsider.

  • News: Web users prefer mobile broadband to Wi-Fi hotspots

    Web users prefer to use mobile broadband rather than Wi-Fi hotspots, says Point-Topic.

  • News: 1GB data limit lifted on T-Mobile G1

    T-Mobile has lifted the 1GB data usage cap in the US on the G1, the first mobile phone to feature Google's Android platform.

  • News: Neosploit hacker kit is back on the web

    Neosploit, the notorious hacker exploit kit, has returned to the web and is responsible for a dramatic increase in attacks, a security researcher has claimed.

  • News: Microsoft shows off future 3D Spatial Web

    Mundie, who oversees research and long-term strategy for Microsoft, devoted a significant portion of his "Rethinking Computing" presentation at MIT's Emerging Technology conference to what he called the "Spatial Web," a blend of 3D, video, and location-aware technologies.

  • News: Yahoo launches APT ad platform

    Yahoo has launched a new advertising platform that's intended to link website owners, advertisers and the agencies between them who sell ads.

  • News: Firefox password patch expected next week

    Mozilla has announced it will be releasing a patch to stop a password flaw in its Firefox 3.0 web browser.

  • News: Web to run out of IP addresses by 2010

    Thirty-one years after the first internet protocol structure was put in place, the internet is in danger of running out of free IP addresses - according to the man who created the system, Vince Cerf.

  • News: Judge orders re-trial for illegal file sharer

    A US judge has ordered a new trial of a woman accused of copyright infringement after he rejected claims by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) that making music available for download in a shared computer folder constitutes illegal distribution.

  • News: Preview: Ceatec will be a feast of gizmos and gadgets

    A unicycling robot, prototype fuel cells and a TV that doesn't need a stand are just some of what visitors to next week's Ceatec electronics fair in Japan will find when the doors open on Tuesday morning.

  • News: Google bans terrorist group from Orkut

    Google has blocked a community that supports the Indian Mujahideen from accessing the social-networking site Orkut. The Indian Mujahideen is the terrorist group that claimed responsibility for recent bomb blasts in various Indian cities including Delhi.

  • News: Apple Store sells unlocked iPhone 3G

    Customers can buy unlocked Apple iPhone 3G handsets at the Apple Store website in Hong Kong. On the site, Apple says the phones "can be activated with any wireless carrier".

  • News: Apple patches 30 six-month old Java bugs

    Apple this week patched almost 30 Java vulnerabilities in its Mac OS X operatimg system. The Apple fixes came up to six months after Sun Microsystems, Java's developer, fixed most of the same flaws for other operating systems.

  • News: MySpace Music launches in the US

    MySpace Music, the long-awaited music venture from the social networking site, goes live today.

  • News: Ryanair installs mobile phone technology on aircraft

    Ryanair has installed technology in ten of its planes that will allow passengers to make mobile phone calls while in the air.

  • News: Digg unveils expansion plans

    Digg, the social news site has revealed plans to expand internationally by offer its service in other languages as well as improving its analytics tools for publishers.

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