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  • News: Google moves to smooth over spat with eBay

    Under pressure from eBay, Google has cancelled a party in Boston aimed at eBay merchants in town to attend the eBay Live annual seller conference.

  • News: Apple reveals iPhone & iTunes tie-in

    Consumers planning to buy the iPhone when it goes on sale in the US later this month will need to have an iTunes Store account before they can activate the device, according to information on Apple's website.

  • News: YouTube to promote French broadcaster

    France Televisions, France’s public broadcaster, is in talks with Google’s YouTube video-sharing site about plans to push its content online.

  • News: New features in Apple's Mac OS X Leopard

    Apple has unveiled a 'near final version' of Mac OS X Leopard, the sixth major release of its OS.

  • News: Warning over peer-to-peer ID theft

    It's not just the Recording Industry Association of America that people need to worry about when downloading music from peer-to-peer (P2P) networks.

  • News: YouTube develops video ID technology

    YouTube is testing out video fingerprinting technology that it hopes will help prevent people posting content without the owner’s consent.

  • News: Microsoft reveals 9 'critical' bugs

    As Microsoft patched 15 vulnerabilities in its operating system, browser, and other software, security experts argued over which should be fixed first.

  • News: Safari for Windows: 18 bugs in one day

    Security researchers have jumped on Apple's beta version of the Safari browser, digging up as many as 18 bugs in the software, just one day after its release.

  • News: Nokia invests in web video firm Kyte.tv

    Nokia is the latest investor to inject capital in a new venture for sharing pictures and videos on the web.

  • News: Privacy International slams 'deceptive' Google

    Google has been criticised by activist group Privacy International over its consumer privacy practices.

  • News: Yahoo's Flickr goes global

    Yahoo photo-sharing website Flickr will today launch flickr.com in seven additional languages. More than half of Flickr members use Yahoo's online photo-sharing site in non English-speaking regions, but up to now they had to use English to access the site.

  • News: Flickr photos being blocked in China

    Flickr officials have no doubt that China is blocking their photo sharing site's images and the company is trying hard to figure out why this is happening and how it can be resolved.

  • News: Google surrenders to EU over user privacy

    Google will make the data it stores about end users anonymous in its server logs after 18 months, part of an effort to deflate concerns about privacy raised last month by a European Union working group.

  • News: eBay desktop application launched

    eBay has opened a beta programme for a desktop application that makes shopping on the auction website easier, with new types of alerts and a browsing history feature.

  • News: Antitrust analysis: Google versus Microsoft

    Google's claims that Microsoft's built-in Vista desktop indexing and search tool violates its antitrust agreement could be difficult to prove even if the software does slow down the performance of Google's competitive Google Desktop offering.

  • News: Apple's Safari for Windows hacked already

    Apple is becoming a favourite target of security researchers these days. In April, there was the $10,000 CanSecWest hack a Mac contest, and on Monday there was the Safari web browser. Or the public beta of Safari for Windows, anyway.

  • News: Apple's Safari to run on Windows

    For his traditional last-minute surprise near the end of the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that the company is releasing a beta of its Safari browser that runs on Microsoft’s rival Windows operating system.

  • News: AOL pest pleads guilty to spamming 1.2m people

    Adam Vitale pled guilty yesterday to sending unsolicited email to 1.2 million AOL subscribers, US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Michael J. Garcia said.

  • News: LG using ZigBee wireless in the home

    LG Electronics will use ZigBee wireless technology from Ember Corp in LG's HomNet system for controlling home energy efficiency, security, appliances and other devices.

  • News: Mobiles not iTunes to spur music sales

    UK record labels are looking to the mobile phone industry to kick-start growth in digital music sales, according to industry body the BPI.



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