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  • News: YouTube copyright deadline nears

    YouTube could miss the Japanese entertainment industry’s deadline for a response to its concerns about copyright infringement on the popular online video site.

  • News: Microsoft tackles IE7 slowdown

    Microsoft has released a patch for Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) that will boost the brand-new browser's performance on some websites.

  • News: Google sets up patent search engine

    Google has launched a new tool allowing anyone to search for US patents by keyword, patent number, inventor and filing date.

  • News: Symantec launches $15m piracy suit

    Symantec has filed suit against an alleged software piracy ring that’s been in operation in North America since late 2003, the software vendor claims.

  • News: Skype to start charging in US and Canada

    Internet phone service provider Skype plans to start charging US and Canadian users $29.95 (£15) per year for unlimited calls to regular phones in both countries, as the end of a free trial offer looms.

  • News: Google looks to expand online Office

    Google is reportedly in talks with a South Korean software company and its US subsidiary ThinkFree, a maker of browser-based office productivity software compatible with Microsoft file formats.

  • News: Skype releases beta for Windows Mobile

    Skype has released the beta version of Skype 2.2, a software client that allows Windows Mobile smartphones to access the company's Voip (voice over Internet Protocol) service over Wi-Fi connections.

  • News: Google revamps Google Finance

    Google has enhanced Google Finance in a bid to make the service more competitive in the financial website market.

  • News: Microsoft rolls out business VoIP tool

    Microsoft has released Office Communications Server 2007 to about 2,500 IT professionals in the US in a private beta, said Paul Duffy, a group product manager at Microsoft.

  • News: Microsoft fixes critical IE & WMP flaws

    Microsoft has rolled out its monthly security updates for December, patching critical flaws in Internet Explorer, Windows Media Format and the Visual Studio 2005 development software.

  • News: Friends Reunited competitor targets UK

    A social networking site aimed at Europeans has secured €10 million (£ million) in venture capital funding and will formally launch a UK site in early 2007, along with others in Russia and Italy, the company announced today.

  • News: Wikia to give away web hosting

    Wikia plans to offer a free online application hosting service in the near future, but has no idea how it will make money from it.

  • News: RIM sues Samsung over BlackJack name

    Research in Motion (RIM) has sued Samsung Telecommunications America, claiming that Samsung's BlackJack smartphone violates the BlackBerry trademark.

  • News: Threat to Microsofts plan for IPTV dominance

    Microsoft’s plan to establish its software as the de facto standard for the emerging IPTV (Internet Protocol television) market has dwindled after one of its major allies, the former Alcatel SA, decided to push its own technology while other industry giants, including Cisco, enter the fray.

  • News: Icann to revamp domain name system

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names (Icann) and Numbers made progress on a project to expand domain names to more languages and alphabets at a meeting in Sao Paolo last week.

  • News: EC approves sale of AOL UK

    The European Commission has approved the planned sale of AOL's UK ISP business to Carphone Warehouse. The deal follows recent similar sell-offs in Germany and France.

  • News: Firefox 3.0 released to developers

    Mozilla releases version 3.0 of its Firefox browser to developers just six weeks after the launch of Firefox 2.0

  • News: BiTorrent buys µTorrent

    BitTorrent has acquired µTorrent, another file-sharing application that uses BitTorrent's software protocol.

  • News: US 'terrorism rating' system under fire

    More than two-dozen privacy groups have joined a growing chorus of voices calling for the immediate suspension of a federal data mining programme that assigns secret terrorist ratings to millions of US citizens and foreigners travelling to and from the country.

  • News: Google and BSkyB team up

    Broadcaster and ISP BSkyB has asked Google to host email and other services for its broadband customers in the UK. Their collaboration could also lead to the creation of targeted TV ads.



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