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  • News: Google reaches Belgian copyright deal

    Google has reached an agreement with two groups representing authors and photographers in Belgium that had objected to the way the company indexes and displays their content on its Google News website

  • News: Podcast use growth spurt flattens

    There may be more and more podcast content available, but day-to-day podcast use remains static, research claims.

  • News: Google fights back in Belgian copyright case

    In a Brussels courtroom today, Google robustly defended its practice of caching and summarising news stories on its Google News service.

  • News: Google sued by French moviemaker

    A French film company has filed suit against Google in Paris. Google Video stands accused of copyright infringement.

  • News: James Bond beats Paris Hilton on web

    James Bond actor Daniel Craig is the second most searched for celebrity among UK web users, according to web analysis firm Hitwise.

  • News: Webroot releases parental control tool

    Webroot, developer of the Spy Sweeper antispyware software, has launched a new parental control tool.

  • News: New Skype handset sidesteps the PC

    A Danish company has begun selling a cordless telephone handset that works with Skype and doesn't require a personal computer.

  • News: Yahoo reveals own flaws in leaked memo

    Industry observers agree with the tenets of a scathing Yahoo internal memo that calls for a major reorganisation at a time when many say the web portal has lost its edge and trails competitors large and small.

  • News: Online retailers fail to deliver

    The UK’s most popular online retailers have been slammed for their approach to customer service, with B&Q, HMV and even top-performing Amazon criticised by research firm Marketing Assistance.

  • News: Online community groups call the shots

    Online user groups have seized power from vendors and are increasingly calling all the shots, according to Gartner research director Steve Prentice.

  • News: Google News revamps indexing tools

    Google has developed new tools it says will make it easier for webmasters and publishers of news sites to control how the search engine indexes their content for inclusion in the Google News portal.

  • News: EMusic nears 100 million downloads

    It may only be a fraction of the business that Apple's iTunes Store has achieved, but eMusic has reported that it’s nearing its 100 millionth MP3 download.

  • News: Yahoo signs print partners for job ads

    Yahoo and seven newspaper publishers in the US are partnering to deliver local advertising and search services to online newspaper readers.

  • News: Second Life worm causes unrest

    Online gamers were locked out of Second Life yesterday, after a self-replicating worm planted spinning golden rings throughout the virtual world.

  • News: Yahoo buys online contest site Bix

    Yahoo plans to buy Bix.com, a website that lets users create online contests, as part of its push into offering more online social media services.

  • News: YouTube scores ice hockey deal

    Google's YouTube has signed a contract with the US NHL (National Hockey League) to offer game highlights, the latest deal struck by the video-sharing sensation as it attempts to stamp out pirated clips from its site and avoid copyright lawsuits

  • News: Taiwan police shut down website for movie piracy

    Taiwanese police have shut down a website in Taiwan suspected of pirating movies by uploading them to its servers and making them available to users of a P2P filesharing network

  • News: Microsoft, Mozilla plan Firefox CardSpace plug-in

    The Firefox open-source web browser will soon be compatible with Microsoft's Cardspace identity management technology, since Microsoft has vowed to write the browser a software plug-in.

  • News: Singapore to get free Wi-Fi by 2007

    Wireless@SG construction is finally underway as the three chosen network operators prepare to enter operation in early January 2007

  • News: Surge in zero-day web attacks

    Judging by the number of highly targeted attacks dealt to PC and online security in the past year, 2007 will need to see a big increase in the level of protection provided for web and Microsoft office applications if our computers are to escape the year unscathed.



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