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  • News: PSP & PS3 cameras coming soon

    Sony is releasing a camera for its PlayStation Portable (PSP) console in the UK later this month.

  • News: Users judge Adobe Flash vs Microsoft Silverlight

    Microsoft's Silverlight technology could give Adobe's rival Flash browser plug-in software a run for its money based on attendee feedback at the Microsoft Mix07 conference in Las Vegas this week.

  • News: GodTube takes on YouTube

    A new free video sharing site called GodTube, which follows in the footsteps of YouTube, is due to be officially released today.

  • News: Microsoft Silverlight goes open source

    Microsoft has broadened the developer base and programming capabilities for Silverlight by adding dynamic language support to an alpha version of the browser plug-in technology.

  • News: New Sony site takes on YouTube

    Sony has launched a YouTube competitor in Japan on Friday that allows users to share videos and blog about them.

  • News: New Sony Memory Stick is fastest ever

    Sony has launched of its first Sony Memory Stick PRO-HG media card, which it will begin shipping in August 2007. The Memory Stick PRO-HG is an extended format of the Memory Stick PRO format, offering high performances to meet the stringent demands of end users using digital entertainment equipment.

  • News: MySpace unblocks Photobucket videos

    An impasse between the world's largest social network and the US's most popular photo site has ended

  • News: YouTube, Flickr & Wikipedia killers revealed

    Hitwise, which collects internet usage data directly from ISPs to measure the traffic to more than 800,000 webites, has tapped the six Web 2.0 companies most likely to reach the soaring success of YouTube, Wikipedia or Flickr. To do so, it looks at the types of early adopters now using the sites.

  • News: Adobe CEO slams Microsoft's Sliverlight

    The head of Adobe has questioned Microsoft's commitment to keeping its new Silverlight platform compatible with other operating systems besides Windows.

  • News: Google defends DoubleClick & YouTube

    As well as launching a competitor to Microsoft’s PowerPoint presentation tool, Google CEO Eric Schmidt used his keynote at the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Expo to elaborate on Google’s purchase of DoubleClick and its copyright battle with Viacom.

  • News: Firefox 2.0 gets Windows Media Player plug-in

    Microsoft, as part of its outreach to the open-source community, has released a new official Windows Media Player plug-in for Firefox 2.0 that resolves problems with the older one.

  • News: Adobe CS3 ships in the UK

    Adobe has begun shipping Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium and Standard editions and Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium and Standard editions in the UK.

  • News: Adobe Media Player preview on show

    Adobe has developed its first desktop media player and plans to give the industry an early peek at it at the National Association of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas this week.

  • News: Microsoft's Silverlight takes on Adobe's Flash

    Microsoft will reveal new technology to deliver rich media applications on the Web this week as part of a broader strategy to go head to head with web and design tools powerhouse Adobe.

  • News: iPod's dominance is only just beginning

    Generally, Apple has very little use for anniversaries. Recent milestones - like 2006's 30th anniversary of the company's founding, the Mac's 20th anniversary in 2004, and the iPod's fifth anniversary last autumn - passed without much official to-do from the company. But when Apple sold its 100 millionth iPod last week, the company made sure not to let the occasion go by without comment.

  • News: MSN, AOL & Joost to get CBS shows

    CBS will distribute its television programmes more widely over the internet, adding new deals with Joost – the service from the founders of Skype - Microsoft's MSN and AOL to existing agreements with Apple's iTunes and Google's YouTube.

  • News: Linux USB stick can replace Windows

    Now the geeks can have a full-featured Linux OS booted from a USB stick or thumb drive. Linux distributor Mandriva's Flash 4GB provides Mandriva Linux 2007 KDE 32bit, which needs no installation - being ready to boot off the USB 2.0 stick. Plug in the stick, turn on the PC, and Mandriva Linux is ready to use in a few seconds.

  • News: MySpace blocks users' Photobucket content

    Web mashups are all the rage, but sometimes they enrage, as evidenced by a spat between social-networking firm MySpace and Photobucket, which runs an eponymous photo and video sharing site.

  • News: Microsoft's Expression app released to MSDN

    Microsoft plans to release two components of its next-generation Expression development suite to its Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) subscribers, as the company seeks to generate buzz in preparation for a key conference next month.

  • News: Lycos takes on Google, Yahoo & MSN

    Lycos Europe is quietly rolling out a service that wraps together several trendy functions it hopes will woo users for its convenience and simplicity.

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