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  • News: Motorola expands music service, buys Soundbuzz

    In a bid to expand its mobile music offerings, Motorola is set to acquire online music store Soundbuzz, Motorola said today.

  • News: CES: Yahoo to upgrade mobile services

    Yahoo is set to revamp its two primary mobile services and will today launch documentation that will let any developer or publisher write mobile widgets for the Yahoo services.

  • News: CA website attacked by malware authors

    Security software vendor CA's website was hacked last week. Malware writers hacked into part of CA.com and redirected visitors to a malicious website hosted in China.

  • News: Gates disappoints in CES farewell

    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates focused on the company’s drive to provide digital content via the web, consoles and smartphones in his final keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show on Sunday night.

  • News: Mobile Linux group gets new members

    Competition among new mobile Linux platforms is hotting up, and the LiMo Foundation has added some members to its ranks.

  • News: Firefox attacked by spoofing bug

    A serious flaw in the way Firefox handles log-ons could be used by identity thieves to dupe users into disclosing passwords, according to Aviv Raff, an Israeli researcher best known for ferreting out browser flaws.

  • News: Facebook hit by massive adware hack

    An adware-distribution scheme targeting Facebook is considered to be the first attack propagated on the wildly popular social-networking site.

  • News: Researchers warn of Wi-Fi virus outbreak

    Criminals could target unsecured wireless routers to create an attack that could piggyback across thousands of Wi-Fi networks in urban areas such as London or New York City, according to researchers at Indiana University in the US and the Institute for Scientific Interchange in Torino, Italy.

  • News: Microsoft: Netscape death is antitrust landmark

    Microsoft cited Netscape Navigator, the browser that was discontinued by AOL LLC last Friday, as an example of why most provisions of the 2002 antitrust settlement should be retired. The Microsoft memorandum was filed in federal court on the same day AOL announced plans to discontinue development of Netscape as of February 1.

  • News: SanDisk USB drives offer automatic online backup

    SanDisk has launched a USB flash drive that automatically copies files to an online backup service when plugged into any PC with an internet connection.

  • News: Vonage & Nortel settle VoIP patent spat

    Vonage Holdings and Nortel Networks have preliminarily agreed to cross-license several patents, ending a dispute between the companies without any monetary payments.

  • News: Storm botnet threat for new year 2008

    The troublesome Storm botnet has switched from using the promise of Christmas strippers in a bid to dupe users into infecting their own PCs to bombarding people with messages touting the new year, according to security researchers.

  • News: Amazon puts DRM-free Warner tracks online

    Amazon.com has added songs from Warner Music Group to the range it sells as MP3 files without DRM (digital rights management).

  • News: Netscape Navigator killed off by AOL

    The web browser once used by over 90 percent of internet users is to be killed off on February 1 2008.

  • News: Google 'pleased' at court ruling

    Following news that Google has lost part of an appeal case regarding patent infringement yesterday, the search and advertising company has issued a statement saying it was "very pleased" that the court decided AdSense did not infringe any Hyperphrase patents.

  • News: iPod for Christmas? Watch out!

    People who received MP3 players - such as Apple's iPod - as holiday gifts may want to steer clear of some Web sites that claim to offer legal music but don't have licensing agreements with major music labels.

  • News: Anti-malware vendors to merge PC scans

    The rise of customized malware is forcing security software vendors to change their tactics quickly and begin using customers' machines as their initial line of threat detection intelligence, according to a new report from Yankee Group.

  • News: Google loses patent appeal

    Google's browser toolbar is back in court on patent infringement charges, after a US court of appeals overturned part of a lower court decision. Google's AdSense contextual advertising service, though, is in the clear.

  • News: iTunes Store to rent movies 'soon'

    Apple and News Corp. have signed an agreement to offer Twentieth Century Fox movies for rent through the iTunes Music Store, the Financial Times reported today.

  • News: Microsoft sues domain name registrar for typosquatting

    Microsoft has sued domain name registrar Red Register claiming that it is illegally profiting from Microsoft's trademarks.



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