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Slide Slips Photos Over RSS
The Windows-based Slide application allows users to share photos with other Slide users via RSS technology.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
DivX HD Film Festival
HDFest and DivX announced they are partnering for a DivX HD Film Festival. The HDFest events in New York and London will use DivX HD technology for all playback at the festival. This festival only screens films made only for the high definition format.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
Fujitsu Siemens Releases Dual-Core Workstations
Fujitsu Siemens Computers is now offering a new series of workstations based on AMD's Dual-Core Opteron processor.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
OpenView Open To Hacking
French tech security firm FrSIRT has reported on a high-risk flaw in HP's network management tool.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
New iPod Cellphone Will Expand Citizen Marketing
iPod says "Hello Moto." At least, The New York Times is cautiously suggesting it will ....
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
Deal For Wine.com Shattered
An investment firm abruptly submarines a deal that would have seen the wine e-tailer sold to Liberty Media.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
OKGo And The Power Of The Web
I'm cruising along home yesterday in the Kentucky rain, listening to NPR and they do this feature story on a new Internet sensation. It's a band called OKGo. They've got this song called "A Million Ways" and a video to go with it. They look a little a uh… fashionably unique, like so many bands but boy can they dance.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
No Sale in the Works for Skype, But What About the IPO?
There have been rumors going around saying that Skype Technologies is for sale, but the company has apparently claimed that they are false.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
Microsoft Stops Saying “Mozilla Who?”
Mozilla's Firefox browser now officially exists in the eyes of Microsoft. In a filing with the SEC, Mozilla was acknowledged for the first time by the software giant as a competitor. Even as we wait, and wait, and wait, for Microsoft's next desktop contribution, the MS crew remains confident about its ability to keep up.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
Katrina Sends Times-Picayune To Online Only Format
The city of New Orleans has been blasted by Hurricane Katrina, but the newspaper has still continued to publish.
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Date: 2005-08-31
 
Computers Displacing TVs, Phones In Importance
Lower costs and greater broadband availability have made PCs the centerpiece of everyday life at home.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Apple Creates More Buzz
A mysterious invitation sent to reporters on Monday says Apple will make a major announcement on September 7.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Man Guilty Of Selling Microsoft Code
A Connecticut man could get up to ten years in prison and a $250,000 USD fine for selling Windows code to an FBI agent.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Verizon Wireless Opens Up EV-DO to 7 New Markets
Verizon Wireless has expanded its EV-DO (Evolution-Data Optimized) wireless broadband network by making EV-DO-based services, BroadbandAccess and V CAST available to seven new markets.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
BMC Software CFO Steps Down
George Harrington has resigned as the chief financial officer of BMC Software, but will stay with the company for an interim period to assist the transition.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Apple, Cingular Bite Into Mobile Music
An agreement between the two firms will see Cingular sell Motorola's E790 iTunes phone.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
New WinFS Released to Developers in Beta Form
Microsoft has released a beta test version of its new Windows file system (WinFS) to developers in the Microsoft Developer Network.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Stockholders Ok with StorageTek and Sun Microsystems
StorageTek announced today their stockholder signed off on the deal for Sun Microsystems to acquire the storage technology company. Under the terms, StorageTek will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sun.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Cost Savings Beats Expertise For Outsourcers
A recent survey from Evans Data shows enterprises using outsourcing in a way many IT industry observers already knew.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
P2P Shifting Away From BitTorrent
Services like eDonkey have picked up the load for file sharers as a result of law enforcement action against illegal "tracker" sites.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
CBS Gets Transparent with Nonbudsman Blog
CBS is pulling an Intel and learning from its mistakes. According to the Reuters news service ...
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Rainy Day Tips: Stumble Upon Mozilla’s Time Waster
Maybe this is old news, but I haven't heard many talking about it. Mozilla's Firefox browser has a toolbar extension called "Stumble Upon" that will make you lose entire days to web surfing. If you're the busy sort, just skip it.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
FileMaker Improves PDF Integration With Excel
FileMaker has worked to improve integration of PDF files with Microsoft Excel, and has done so with the shipment of its a new version of its database, FileMaker Pro 8.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Watch Out Apple, Creative's Got the Patent
Creative Technology was awarded a patent for inventing the user interface for portable media players. The patent has been named the "Zen Patent" by Creative.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Violent Internet Porn May Face Ban In UK
The British government announced today plans to ban downloading and possessing violent sexual material. Still subject to comments, final bill drafting, and a vote by Parliament, Britain would be the first Western country to institute such a ban.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Online Holidays 2005: Are You Ready?
Online traffic gets extra big for the holidays not just for retailers but many other websites as well. People look for all types of information so visibility is potentially quite high, which means advertising dollars can be maximized if you plan early.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Irish Bank Introduces Disposable Credit Cards
An Irish bank has announced a service that aims to thwart phishers from pilfering credit card numbers on the Internet while giving those without credit cards a way to make online and telephone purchases. They're idea: disposable credit vouchers.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Mobile Porn: Where There’s A Cell Phone…
We've come a long way from the seedy movie theatres showing the Ivory Snow girl doing things teenage boys dream of watching. Move up about 30 years and add the wide spread use of the cell phone to the teenage boy's viewing habits and you get the picture.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
QLogic Gets Rid of Hard Drive and Tape Drive Business
QLogic is selling its hard disk drive controller and tape drive controller business to Marvell Technology for $225 million, including $180 million in cash and $45 million in Marvell common stock.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Big Blue Swami Looks Into Future of …
International Business Machines (IBM) launched the second podcast on Tuesday in their "IBM and the Future Of…" series. This latest episode, entitled "IBM and the Future of the Home," touches on the future of consumer electronics in the household.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Leo’s Back In Town
In the realm of all things tech, G4TV, a cable and satellite network aimed for computer geeks of all shapes and sizes made a brilliant announcement. They've brought Leo LaPorte back into the fold for their "Call For Help Program."
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Is the Sun going Down?
Reports from Gartner and IDC contradict each other in whether or not Sun is still ranked the highest in the worldwide Unix server market.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Cellphones Not Connected To Cancer Risk
A study covering ten years of mobile handset use found no increased risk of tumor growth among users.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Sun Launches Support Of National Health Records
The tech company will work with electronic subscription firm InstantDX on physician-based electronic health records.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Music Patent Saga Takes Creative Twist
Apple launched the iPod, but it may be Creative and not Microsoft that patented a music management interface first.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Microsoft Snaps Up Teleo
The instant messaging market just shifted up a few gears with the news today that Microsoft has acquired Teleo, the Skype-like internet phone/chat service.
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Date: 2005-08-30
 
Apple Hedging Chip Bet With Freescale Deal
The PowerPC platform may linger on at Cupertino until 2008, according to Apple's SEC filing.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
BBC Plans Broadband Broadcasting
Up to seven days of programming from the BBC's TV channels will be available for download and viewing.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Nokia Finishes Second Chinese R&D Center
The Finnish handset maker has established a research and development center in the city of Chengdu.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Holding Line On Music Prices A Tough Job
Two big music publishers won't take part in iTunes Japan, a business strategem that can best be summarized as "gimme."
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Blog Spam Is Relentless
Since I implemented comment and trackback moderation on this blog a couple of weeks ago, the amount of spam I've been getting has steadily increased.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Are Blog Trackbacks Conversations?
Steve Rubel's post in which he explains his reason for rejecting a trackback from Jeremy Pepper has produced a blizzard of comments-26, along with three trackbacks, at last count.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
File-Sharing Makes Up Majority of ISP Data Traffic
Cambridge England's CacheLogic has released results of a study that it conducted regarding peer-to-peer (P2P) activity and its impact on ISPs.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Three More Spammers Canned
Federal prosecutors in Phoenix have won indictments against three people accused of violating the CAN-SPAM Act.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Ad-Supported Wikis Should Require Marketers to Participate
Up until now, wikis have served as collaborative read-write web sites that either individuals or businesses can contribute to.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Tablet PC - Review Problems
Microsoft blogger Robert Scoble notes a nice review of the IBM Thinkpad X41 Tablet PC.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Survey: RSS On the Rise Among Key Influencers
Last week Nooked, the RSS search engine and directory of corporate RSS feeds, published the aggregated results of two connected surveys they conducted in March.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Peter Daou Opens News Unfiltered Service
Peter Daou, a noted political consultant and blogger launched a news wire service designed for use for bloggers. The "News Unfiltered" site opened on Monday and promises to bring news straight from new sources for use by bloggers.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Warner Music Developing A Digital Label
Forget massive CD production costs and printing in-store promotion materials; Warner may be ready to transform digital music.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Is Your Business Ready for Disaster?
Disasters are what they are, and they can be very hard to recover from. Many businesses aren't as prepared for disasters as they should be, and some don't realize it until it's too late.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Cisco IOS Software Modularity to Increase Network Availability
In an effort to help IT Managers boost network uptime and efficiency, Cisco has announced that it has made some Internetwork Operating System (IOS)- based software advances for its Catalyst 6500 switches.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time…
Got a great idea? You might want to make sure it doesn't violate any federal laws before ubiquitously marketing it. LoverSpy's creator Carlos Enrique Perez-Melara, 25, learned that one the hard way, now facing up to 175 years in jail.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Intel and Cisco Plan To Better Wi-Fi and VoIP
At Intel's Developer Forum in San Francisco last week, it was announced that Intel and Cisco have entered a new partnership dealing with the improvement of Wi-Fi security and roaming and VOIP support.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
World of Warcraft Cracks 4 Million Customers WorldWide
Think online gaming is huge? You have no idea. Blizzard Entertainment announced their "World of Warcraft" game passed the one million subscriber mark in North America and broke the four million subscriber mark world wide. That's a lot of gamers. That's also a lot of monthly income.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
India Gives Search Warrants To Movie Producers
In a story that will make you pick up a copy of the Constitution and kiss the Fourth Amendment, the Hollywood Reporter relays the news that the Motion Picture Association (MPA) received a search and seize warrant that covers the entire city of New Delhi to fight piracy.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Samsung Cranks Up MMC Card Memory
Samsung is trying out Gigabyte MultiMediaCards with customers in the forms of a 1GB and 2GB MMCplus card and a 1GB MMCmobile card.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Camera Phones Not Taking the Place of Digital Cameras
IDC has reported results from a survey that suggest that contrary to what some may think, digital cameras are not losing popularity at the hands of camera phones.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Men Like Media…A Lot
Forrester Research just released a study about media habits of men versus women. The numbers are pretty solid that men tend to suck up just about all media more than women. Together, men and women average about 46 hours a week immersed in media but men have the lead.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Blogs Becoming Free Speech Medium
Around the world, those who had quietly smoldered for fear of offending the powers that be have found a voice in blogs. For many, the blogosphere has become an anonymous cry to the masses. For the brave, not so anonymous, but equally as scathing, sounding boards are giving them words they hadn't dared utter in public.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
IBM And Stonesoft Head For Canada
In an announcement today, IBM and Helsinki based Stonesoft said not only are they renewing their partnership but they are expanding their services into Canada. Stonesoft is an integrated network security firm.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
A Little Nanotech Lifts The Fog
Eyeglasses, windshields, and other glass items could be fog-free in the future with a special nanotech coating.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Free PR Advice for Dell
Dell PR dialed up Jeff Jarvis today. I guess it took a BusinessWeek story for them to finally move on this.
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Date: 2005-08-29
 
Blog Herald Gets a Response From Scoble
The Blog Herald doesn't get what I was trying to say: What about free speech Scoble ...
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Date: 2005-08-28
 
New Movable Type Disappoints
I've spent a bit of time this weekend upgrading my Movable Type experimental blog to the latest MT version 3.2 released on 25 August.
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Date: 2005-08-28
 
CNET Not Linking To Blogs
Kevin Burton and others notice that CNET doesn't link to bloggers. Oh, I've seen this behavior before.
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Date: 2005-08-27
 
The Secret to Interactive Blogging
Rob Hof over at Business Week has stumbled upon one of the secrets of growing interactivity on a blog - it's about not knowing all the answers.
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Date: 2005-08-27
 
General Community Sites Hear Ka-ching Sound
The latest figures from Nielsen//NetRatings and its AdRelevance service show incredible ad revenue growth.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Classmates, VoIP, And Collegians Focus Of Advertisers
The top three advertisers in terms of impressions for June 2005 delivered over 10 billion ads to viewers.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
SEC Animates Pixar With Info Request
Pixar's travails with larger than predicted returns of its superhero DVD title "The Incredibles" have attracted regulatory attention.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Spyware Sites Quadruple In 2005
Lots more web sites have cropped up, for the sole purpose of hosting spyware and infecting computers.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
10 Tips for Using Affiliate Programs on your Blog
We've now looked at a number of popular affiliate programs for bloggers and today I'd like to finish off this series by giving a few tips that should help bloggers get the best results out of any affiliate program that they choose to run with.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
IBM Can Continually Backup Information
IBM wants to help computer users by offering a backup and recovery "data safety net" that never stops working.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Blog Buzz Can Be Misleading
When I step out of the office at the end of the day and rejoin the pedestrian masses, I am quick to notice that nobody's talking about blogs. Just using the word "blog" in conversation is greeted with blank stares, or at best, a squinty "I heard something about that on the news." End of blog conversation, on to P. Diddy's name change and how much we hate [insert fashionable annoyance here].
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Intel Plans the Rise of the Machines
Intel has outlined a long-term research plan for smarter and safer electronic products that better adapt to the way users use them.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Amazon Naughty Bits May Be Bad
The world's largest online retail giant might just hit a hump with one of their most recent offerings aimed at "Sex and Sensuality." Literally thousands of products are available through their health and personal section but some industry watchers say Amazon's attempt at an online fun party could come back to haunt them.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
FCC Floats VoIP 911 Deadline
Frantic pleas from AT&T and other VoIP providers have convinced the FCC to move its August 29 deadline for 911 service acknowledgements to September 28.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Internet Gaming Addictions
China just announced they are placing limits for playtime for their myriad online gamers. They've limited users to five hour periods after which they must take a five hour break. Internet gaming addiction is becoming a real problem in some places and people have died from this addiction.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Zotob Scribes Nabbed In Europe
Arrests made in Turkey and Europe may have nabbed the people responsible for creating the Zotob worm.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2005 Next Month
The CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2005 event is coming up September 27-29 at Moscone West in San Francisco, and will focus on mobile solutions for enterprises.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Verizon Keeps Wireless Customers Going Through Hurricane
Wireless customers in Florida whose service was disrupted by Hurricane Katrina are not totally out of luck. Verizon Wireless has dispatched network technician teams in the areas that were hit the hardest.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Apple Opens Trenchcoat On iPod Mini
Apple's pickin' a lot of bushels for Samsung's NAND Flash memory chips, buying 40% of Samsung's output to put them in Apple's newest iPod sapling, the iPod Mini. The tiny little chips will be seeded into the Mini fruit in time for the holiday season.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
NMPA Wants More Money From Online Music Services
Copyright groups don't feel that they are getting as much money as they should be from online music subscription services like those of Yahoo and Napster.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Blogads.com Taps Blogosphere For New Logo
If you've got the design panache, Blogads.com is looking to bloggers to design a new logo for them. Corporate suits need not apply, however, they're looking for a more human, user-generated blogospheric feel. If they pick your design, they'll pony up $1000.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
High-End Unix Server Market Grows Despite Overall HIgh-End Market Decline
Factory revenue in the worldwide server market went up to $12.2 billion for the second quarter, up 5.6% compared to last year.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Help Mozilla Test Firefox and Thunderbird
Mozilla needs a little help with testing aspects of its upcoming versions of Firefox and Thunderbird and they have asked for volunteers.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Copyright Tools Only In IE
Back in April, Congress passed the Family Entertainment Copyright Act and as a result, by October 24th, a copyright preregistration system must be in place and is slated to launch on schedule. Because of the time table for launch however, it will only be available in Internet Explorer (IE).
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Zotob Crooks Nabbed By Microsoft
If you're going to be a high profile cyber criminal, might as well have the names to match. The FBI has tracked down the creators of the infamous Zotob worm that caused grief for Windows users worldwide. Their names? Atilla and Diabl0. Apropos, I think.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Squash A Firefox Bug, Get A Firefox Shirt
Mozilla wants software testers to pound on Software Update until it cries, and will reward those who find undiscovered show-stoppers.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Hitachi Recorder Can Store Seasons 1-5 Of '24'
A terabyte of high-definition TV can be recorded on Hitachi's high-end dual-drive digital video recorder.
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Date: 2005-08-26
 
Your Boss Just Read Your Blog
Web logs offer users a chance to vent about their frustrations and easily share their comments with anyone who wants to read them, including the boss.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Apple Music Phone Closer To Debut
Many are the rumors swirling about the Motorola iTunes-capable phone, and they're not just about specs.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Adobe And Macromedia Ready Get Together
Adobe Systems and Macromedia look like their on a steady course to complete the acquisition process as stockholders from both companies announced they had voted in favor of the merger. 99% of Adobe's outstanding shares and 99.8% of Macromedia's outstanding shares voted yea on the matter.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Cell Breaking Out, Seeking Developers
Cell co-creators IBM, Sony, and Toshiba have published details of the processor's architecture online.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Municipal WiFi—Unfair Competition?
Philadelphia joins the list of the latest municipalities looking to install a city-wide wireless network. As HP and Earthlink place their bids for the project, regional ISPs are crying foul for understandable fears that tax-supported wireless networks will drive them out of business.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
5 Hours on the MMORPG And China Boots You Off Tonight
Marathon gamer gurus take note. China's putting their gamers on a leash. MMORPGs are all the rage right for online gaming, whether its World of Warcraft or Lineage II or something else but in China, anything over five hours a day and you could be in trouble.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
VoIP 911 No Joke
Tens of thousands of VoIP customers may face losing their service Monday for failure to comply with the guidelines of the Federal Communications Commission regarding 911 emergency.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Blogs on Letterman's Top 10
You gotta love this. A veiled blogging reference made David Letterman's top 10 list back on Aug. 5.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Playboy Magazine Doin’ The Digital Thang
Legendary men's magazine Playboy announced on Wednesday they would be publishing an online edition of their magazine in addition to their current printed edition.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
MTV Going Broadband For VMA
The Viacom property's Video Music Awards will have a broadband presence for Internet users this year.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
PR Pros as Eyes and Ears for Customer Service
BusinessWeek covers the whole Dell v. Jarvis saga with a full blow-by-blow account. However, more importantly ...
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Vonage Calling Up $600 Million IPO
It appears Vonage has heard Google Talk's heavy breathing and wants to expand before it's too late.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Blogging Strategy - Be a Maven
Paul Chaney has a good post on ‘Mavens' - a term used in Malcolm Gladwell's book ...
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Intel Helps Out Australia With WiMAX
It was announced that Intel is investing $37 million Australian dollars into expanding Unwired Australia as it prepares to launch a WiMAX network.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Court Rules Against Jerry Falwell In Internet Trademark Case
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals unanimously voted to reverse a lower court decision, ruling against Jerry Falwell and saying a New Yorker's website, critical of the Virginia minister didn't violate Falwell's trademark rights.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Internet Evolving Into a Vertebrate
Fujitsu Siemens Computers and Artera Group Team announced they are joining forces to create a network of strategically placed data centers to boost Internet access speed 3 to 5 times its current capacity while reducing bandwidth requirements by more than 70 percent.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Sirius Getting Around to Releasing Their Portable Player
Sirius Satellite Radio announced the release of their upcoming portable satellite radio device. It is called the Sirius S50, and is scheduled to come out in October.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
JupiterImages Stocks Up On Photos
Jupitermedia's imaging division, JupiterImages announced the launch of JupiterImages Unlimited, a subscription service offering over 330,00 stock photos.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Sony and Disney Getting Into MMORPG
What's the hottest new MMORPG? Could be Lineage II? Guild Wars? The World of Warcraft? Yes? No? ToonTown you say? From Sony and Disney. Wow. This could be something keen. It's family friendly AND it's only $20. I may need to check this out.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
HP Spending $4 Billion In Stock Repurchase
Number two computer maker Hewlett-Packard (HP) said on Thursday their board of directors authorized the repurchase of $4 billion for repurchases of its outstanding shares of common stock.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Review: Mighty Mouse
In a word: Yuck! I ran into an Apple Mighty Mouse at CompUSA on Tuesday, and I was very not impressed.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Anti-Phishing Tool For IE7, Wait, IE6 Instead
Users of IE6 under Microsoft Windows XP SP2 will soon have a new security feature available for the MSN Toolbar.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Pod2Mob: Podcasts Without The Pod
A software application from Pod2Mob lets mobile phones with download capabilities fetch podcasts.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
The Blogosphere is Flat
I missed this earlier, but Duncan Riley wrote that the reign of the geek bloggers is over.
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Date: 2005-08-25
 
Podcasting Becomes Academic
Yet another step for podcasting, from grass roots to mainstream to government, and now to the halls of higher education.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Apple Hand In Nand With Samsung
A forthcoming NAND flash memory iPod from Apple will have Cupertino buying lots of Samsung chips.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Japanese Music Providers Have Long Road To Hoe
When one company becomes the first to tap a geyser of a market, every other company that follows suit just looks like a bunch of copycat opportunists, even if they had it planned in advance of their rival's success. When Apple iTunes sold one million digital music tracks in four days to the Japanese, Yahoo! and Sony seemed surprised that the folks who invented karaoke might be music lovers.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
New Database Packs From Sun/Oracle Resellers
Sun Microsystems and Oracle have announced the availability of new Database Packs from Sun/Oracle joint resellers.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Jupitermedia Uploads JupiterImages
Jupitermedia, the folks who recently sold off their search engine marketing side, announced the launch of their JupiterImages subscription service. The services offers over 330,000 images, many at multiple resolutions.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
The Force Is With HP
Lucasfilm inked an agreement with HP to use its Adaptive Enterprise solutions in game and visuals development.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Intel Outside
2005, meet 1920. Via remote video from India, Intel demonstrated a new PC designed to withstand a descent to about the 5th ring of Hell. Soon, a person in the most remote village in the world will be able to IM the guy standing next him.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Lockheed Martin Securing NYC MTA
A $212 million USD contract will see the defense contractor conduct a massive upgrade of the electronic security operations in place.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Dell’s Listening To Bloggers…Finally
Jeff Jarvis and his blog Buzz Machine have created some public relations issues for Dell Inc. From a PR standpoint, Dell did just about everything wrong up until this point. They refused to deal constructively and immediately with the problem and waited until it spiraled dramatically.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Intel and Cisco Aim to Improve Wi-Fi and VOIP
At Intel's Developer Forum in San Francisco, the company announced that it has entered a new partnership with Cisco, in which the companies will work to improve Wi-Fi security and roaming and VOIP support.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Kapow! Sony Illustrates Comic Appeal On Mobiles
Japanese customers will have a greater choice of manga on cell phones available from Sony; and why that might matter to site publishers.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Rolls-Royce Helping Navy Recreate Philadelphia Experiment
A partnership with the renowned motor company will help make naval vessels stealthier in the water.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
IBM Extends Composite Applications
IBM has launched its IBM Workplace Designer 2.5, aimed at letting customers extend roles-based document-oriented composite applications.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
PSP Upgrade Includes New Web Browser, Enhanced Security
The new Firmware 2.0 upgrade for Sony's PSP system has some interesting new features such as a new integrated web browser, and increased Wi-Fi security.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Skype Toolin’ In Outlook
VoIP phenom Skype offers toolbars for Outlook and Internet Explorer (IE). The IE version has been out a couple of weeks now but the Outlook version just hit this past Friday and it's got some decent features too it.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
VoIP Stealing Thunder from Fixed Connections
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has released a new report forecasting the doom of the fixed-connection phone industry.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Asian Linux Version To Launch Tomorrow
Asianux 2.0, an Asian version of the Linux operating system will launch in Korea and China on Thursday, and in Japan in October.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Intel Goes After Home Entertainment
Intel is planning to unleash a new technology called Viiv early next year, which is designed specifically for home digital entertainment purposes.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Worming Your Way Into MSN IM
Everyone's aflutter with the launch of Google's IM service but lest we forget, there are other players in this peculiar little game. Microsoft has had its own instant messaging service for quite some time. Something new crawled into the Microsoft instant messenger too, something vile and unclean and it uses your own language against you.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Spitzer Reforms AOL Customer Service
Consumer complaints driven by aggressive customer retention policies will cost AOL more than just canceled subscriptions.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Amazon Zaps 49 Cent Story Shorts
For less than the price of a Coke Zero, customers can purchase short stories by a selection of published authors.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Guess Who's Tops In Search Share?
Here's some hints: 1) they just launched a voice/IM client; 2) they may be deflating their stock with a secondary sale; 3) the firm's name rhymes with Google.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Master Chief Going From Machinima To Cinema
Universal and Fox have signed on with Microsoft to make a summer 2007 movie based on the Halo video game.
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Date: 2005-08-24
 
Sony, Toshiba Hold Ground On DVD Formats
Forget about unification, compromise, or concessions; both tech firms refuse to budge on next-generation blue laser DVDs.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
East, West, It's In The Details
The University of Michigan studied how American and Chinese students pay attention to objects and backgrounds.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Bush Joins The World Of Podcasts
Podcasts have went from grass roots to mainstream to Pennsylvania Avenue, as government podcasts become available.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
PC Shipments To Grow, Revenue Not So Much
Worldwide PC unit shipments are expected to grow by double digits this year, but revenue is expected to barely change according to a report from Gartner.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Gartner Says PCs Heading For Double Digit Growth
Research firm Gartner says PCs set to move to the tune of double digit growth but revenues will be flat. Their new study says PC unit shipments are set to 12.7% but they said accompanying revenues will grow just .5%.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
NewsFlash! Newspapers Making Big Money Online
The Internet has proved to be a moneymaker for traditional newspapers, as they ring up big-time online ad revenue.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
AMD VS. Intel: Place Your Bets
AMD has challenged Intel to a public duel between the two companies' dual-core server processors. AMD issued the challenge in the form of an ad in several big-name newspapers.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Berklee Finds Free Lessons Hit A Rich Note
Free music lessons from the Berklee College of Music have helped the school see growth in its paid programs.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
AOL Preps Ticketing Site Debut
A partnership with ticket resellers TicketsNow and Stubhub will form the core of AOLTicketMarketplace.com.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
FCC Approves Motorola iTunes Phone
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has implied that it has given its approval for Motorola to sell a phone that runs a mobile version of Apple's iTunes service.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Amazon Ships In Plain Brown Wrapper
Amazon, the world's largest online retailer recently added a new line of products to their health and personal care section. Amazon realized many people have a variety of needs in the health and personal areas and they merely strive to meet those needs by offering a number of products aimed for sex and sensuality.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
WiMAX in the UK
The first 802.16-2004 compliant WiMAX trial in the UK is being conducted by PIPEX Communications and Airspan Networks.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Web Surfers Sick and Tired of Being Annoyed
Is your website annoying? If so, there's a good chance you're driving away a huge chunk of your customer base. And you may not even know why because only a quarter of the ones you've ticked off will tell you the reason.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Intel Not Up To AMD's Challenge
Today AMD challenged Intel to a public duel between the two companies' dual-core server processors. The challenge was issued through an advertisement in several major newspapers.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Intel’s Developer Forum Kicks Off
Intel opened their developer conference and lots of news has been floating around as a result. Paul Otellini addressed the conference and talked about the Intel vision and where things will go from here.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Bluecasting--The Next Spam King
What if, in real life, only 15% of the people you approached for a conversation responded to you? You'd probably feel like a shmuck, a social pariah. Fifteen percent is enough to make a direct marketer's thick head spin, and Bluecasting, sending ads via Bluetooth technology to unsuspecting phone-toting passers-by, offers that promise.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Netgear and Flarion Launch Mobile Broadband Router
Netgear and Flarion Technologies have made available the NetGear Mobile Broadband Router 814 (MBR814), which lets operator's customers to share FLASH-OFDM mobile broadband access with Wi-Fi and Ethernet.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Owens Slams US Broadband Efforts
Nortel's CEO sees the United States as falling behind countries like South Korea in broadband and wireless technology.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Otellini Keynotes Intel Developer Forum
Don't think of the approach as low powered chips; think of it as more performance per watt.
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Date: 2005-08-23
 
Sun Makes DRM A Dream
Sun Microsystems has opened up its "Project DReaM," which it wants to develop as a royalty free, open source DRM option.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Podcasts To Phones And No Apple Needed
Mobile phones compatible with iTunes haven't become available yet, but for podcast fans there will be an alternative.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Sploggers Quick On The Draw
So I was checking out Blogger and Next Blogging my way around, taking full advantage of the new "Flag As Objectionable" feature like some kind of cyber-sniper, whizzing shots by the ears of every spam blog (splog) I could find, when I came across a stubborn one. The day after Google released the Flag feature, one of these splogs had already out smarted it thanks to Internet Explorer's relative inability to block pop-ups.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Spammers In For Slammer Time
During a hearing for Chris Smith, a federal prosecutor's comments suggest future action against other spammers.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
AMD Ups The Mobile Gaming Experience
Two new models of processors will find their way into the hands of gamers via laptops from custom shop VoodooPC.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
RE/MAX Heads Online For Real Estate
Business continues to grow on the Internet. One industry that's bucked the trend was the real estate industry until now. Real estate giant RE/MAX is in the process of creating an online listing of homes all around the country.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Flagging the (M)asses
Here's the thing: though I appreciate the opportunity to flag spam blogs (splogs) on Blogger and thus alerting the powers that be to where their pure blog waters are muddied, one has to question how "The Wisdom of Crowds" differs from the famed "mob mentality" that did in Julius Caesar.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Air Force Officer Data Intercepted By Criminals
A Texas Air Force base has disclosed some 33,000 officers may have had their personal data accessed.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Bluetooth Enables British Cellphone Ad Invites
Users passing through London's Heathrow Airport may get an invitation to view an ad on their cell phones.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Amazon Adds Shutterfly Photo Services
The folks out at Amazon added Shutterfly photo services to the world's largest online retailer's list of services. The new service will allow Amazon users to order a wide variety of custom image based products to their basket.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Garfield & Ball State Launch Site
Garfield cartoonist Jim Davis and his alma mater, Ball State University, teamed up to launch a new website loaded with education games, activities, instruction, drill and demonstrations.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Dr. Who On The Mobile? Cellular Red Dwarf?
For science fiction geeks everywhere, this may be the boon you've been waiting for. The BBC announced they will offer episodes of "Dr. Who" and Red Dwarf" for cell phones, thinking the geeks are early adopters.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Otaku No Cell Phone: Sony Putting Manga On Mobile
Sony announced they are plunging into the downloadable "manga" market for mobile phones in Japan. "Manga" refers to Japanese comic books and video. Japanese users will be able load content onto third generation telephones.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Ka-ching! Online Retail Sales Hit $21.1 Billion
The Census Bureau of the US Commerce Department said those second quarter sales rose 7.2 percent over the first quarter.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Avalanche Peering Into Vista
The previously unknown presence of a beta peer-to-peer networking application in Microsoft Windows Vista caused some alarm for testers.
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Date: 2005-08-22
 
Apple Re-releases Security Update
A security update released for Mac OS X earlier in the week broke the functionality of 64-bit applications.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Sony Beans Apple With New Walkman
The Japanese company, under its new CEO, has been trying to claw its way back into relevance in the portable media player market.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
CMP Media Does Some Light Reading
Our friends at the Jordan, Edmiston Group tell us CMP Media has acquired telecom publisher Light Reading.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Monster Releases Local Employment Index Results
Monster has released the results of its Local Employment Index for the month of July. They show that online job recruitment activity has declined in 14 of the top 28 U.S. metropolitan areas.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Is Japanese Internet Tycoon’s Political Debut an Omen?
The Land of the Rising Sun has become the Land of Political Assassins as Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has tapped 32-year-old dotcom blockbuster Takafumi Horie to run against an especially difficult political opponent in September's elections. If successful, Koizumi's internal coup could switch on light bulbs in the heads of political strategists (strategerists) everywhere.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Zotob Clears Customs At Airports
Computers at airports across the United States experienced problems Thursday evening, delaying travelers for hours.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Chinese E-Gestapo Censors Blog-ebrity
The Chinese government has yet to learn that by outlawing something, it just becomes that much more popular. Enter the latest online threat to Chinese authority: the semi-trampy Sister Furong.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Bloggers: The New Gate Keepers?
The Blog Business Summit in San Francisco attracted a bit of attention. Various power bloggers were there, giving their advice and making a case for themselves and their profession to the business world. Some took it well and others not so well.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Microsoft Angered Over Non-Reporting Of IE Flaw
A security advisory from Microsoft warns that a COM object could cause Internet Explorer to shutdown.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Getting Mugged In a Computer Game?
That's right. A man has been arrested in Japan for computer game crime. He was using bots to beat up player characters, take their stuff and then sell on the computer game black market in the computer game called Lineage II.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Net-News Ad Dollars On The Rise
As we build our hyper-fast, digitized world, advertisers are beginning to take notice. In 2004, the online newspaper sector reached a milestone by collecting $1 billion in revenues, mostly from advertising. The news comes our way this morning from eMarketer, who says from the look of the first half, 2005 will exceed it's predecessor.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Amazon's New Shorts
Amazon.com is now offering a new service called "Amazon Shorts" from which customers can sample the work of new authors for 49 cents each.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Amazon Applies Shortening To Renowned Authors
Amazon, the largest retailer on the Internet, launched a new service today in hopes of reviving short-form literature. Enlisting the aide of dozens of established authors, Amazon will offer their customers a brand new service and perhaps even find some new ones. For just 49 cents, one can download and enjoy essays and short stories by their favorite writers or find someone new.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Fraud Blogs (Fraugs) Giving Me An Aneurism
Recently it was reported that the blogosphere was out pacing the famed Moore's Law, doubling in size every 5.5 months at the rate of 80,000 new blogs set up every day. We've also learned since that nearly half of the blogosphere is dead-that is, inactive. And now we find that an unknown number of them are fake to begin with, labeled "Splogs" (spam blogs) by IceRocket's Mark Cuban, and the trend may yet get worse, reducing the total blogosphere to maybe 35 real blogs (okay, Feedster says at least 500).
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Fighting The System: Mom VS. RIAA
The RIAA and its affiliates have accused more than 13,000 people, through lawsuits, of illegally swapping copyrighted music. With about a quarter of these suits settled at close to $5000 a pop, the record companies have a sweet deal going on. But one woman is standing up to these companies and choosing to fight: Mom.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Prudential: IBM To Climb
Hints from Prudential that IBM's stock may climb later this year, caused it to do just that today. IBM shares gained 2.6% today on Prudential's comments.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Flackbusting: PR Gits Stalking Journalists
An interesting thing happened on the way to the blog. It seems there was a TV producer got an delightful story pitch through their email from a publicist. The producer promptly reviewed the dispatch and deleted it. Some ten minutes later, the publicist called the producer and interrogated the producer as to why he deleted the email after only two seconds.
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Date: 2005-08-19
 
Apple Update Breaks 64-Bit Applications
A recent security update to the Mac OS X platform has inexplicably rendered 64-bit apps unusable.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Blu-ray Sways An Undecided With DRM
Another Hollywood player, Lions Gate Home Entertainment, will release its next generation DVDs under the Blu-ray format.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Dell And Microsoft Dis-Oriented?
Computer industry giants Dell and Microsoft are tag teaming with National Lampoon Network (NLN) to wade through college campuses looking for talent. Online entertainment community TalentMatch joined them as they search for the next big star during the "Dis-Orientation Casting Tour."
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Intel Decides Its Time For XML
Intel announced that it has bought XML solutions provider Sarvega, but did not say how much they bought it for. Sarvega makes network routers based on XML.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
You’ve Got Jail!
A very much ex-AOL employee will spend 15 months enjoying the hospitality of the federal penal system.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Internet Porn Exists And .xxx Is Just Simpler
Though people have been leery for years about regulating the Internet, that reticent stance is exactly what has caused a Wild West of online porn sites that don't care who sees what they're peddling. Recently, in their ever-efficient way, the two ruling parties of the United States government have been in a tizzy over the topic, and it is becoming clear that Internet regulation is soon to be a reality-even if either party hasn't fully agreed on how to handle it. One's blind and the other is trying to kill a fly with a bazooka.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Qualcomm Buys Elata for Mobile Content Delivery
Qualcomm announced that it has acquired mobile content delivery software provider Elata for $57 million in cash. Elata is based in the United Kingdom.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
No Deal For Nokia and iTunes
After media reports said that Nokia would be offering Apple's iTunes music service on its N91 phones, Nokia came forward and declared this to be false.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Infomosaic Releases SecureXML Java Applet for Mac
Infomosaic announced the release of the Mac OS X version of its SecureXML Digital Signature Java applet, which is compliant with W3C standards.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Symantec Acquires Sygate
Symantec Corp. announced today that it is acquiring Sygate Technologies, an endpoint compliance company, for an undisclosed sum to aid its effort in creating a "holistic" solution to security, compliance, and remediation requirements of large enterprises.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Router Sales Shooting Through the Roof
The router market is growing and growing. According to a report published by Dell'Oro Group, the router market recorded the highest quarter-over-quarter growth rate it has experienced in over 4 years.
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Date: 2005-08-18
 
Symantec Secures Sygate
The acquisition of Fremont-based Sygate will give Symantec another protection option for enterprise customers.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
AMD Makes IBM Veteran VP Silicon Design
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced on Wednesday the hiring of Jeff VerHeul for the job of corporate vice president of silicon design for AMD. He will lead the development of all future AMD computing solutions, including silicon roadmaps and design efforts across all of AMD's global engineering sites.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
SBC’s $4 Billion Experiment
Some might say that a $4 billion investment into a complicated and risky technical endeavor that is potentially way too ahead of its time for the general population is a risk not worth taking. But SBC Communications' Randall Stephenson says otherwise.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Toshiba Unleashes First PMR Drives
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) has shipped the first hard disk drives (HDDs) based on on perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR).
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
AOL AIMing For New Screens And New Younger Users
AOL announced on Wednesday the launch of AIM.com and redesigned AIM Today companion screen. AOL went for a change in the aesthetic of their instant messaging, allowing users to both communicate and look over headlines and such.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Argonne Needs Its Watson
The Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory and IBM have plans to boost Argonne's INCITE computer capabilities.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Spam Dealer Gets Year In the Can
Former America Online employee Jason Smathers learned the hard way that crimes in cyberspace are real crimes as a US District Court judge sentenced him to a year and three months in prison. Smathers, a software engineer, admitted to stealing 92 million screen names and e-mail addresses and then selling them to spammers.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
General Dynamics Picks Up a Tadpole
Tadpole Computer Inc., which is known for its Unix-based platforms for military, government and commercial operations, was acquired today by General Dynamics.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Toshiba HDD Turns 90 Degrees
Toshiba put their perpendicular hard drive onto the market and they've crammed a lot of memory into small 1.8 inch unit, 40 GB worth to be specific.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Toshiba's New MeP Core Achieves 1GHz Clock Speed
Toshiba announced that it has developed a new high-end processor core based on its "Media embedded Processor" (MeP) architecture.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Big Blue Adding Fuel To Firefox
IBM announced on Monday they would be adding source code to make the browser, Firefox by Mozilla, more accessible for users with disabilities, lay foundation for government agency adoption and give Internet content providers more ways of serving customers.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Intel Adds Sarvega To Menu
It looks like Intel has become a big believer in XML, as it acquires XML solutions firm Sarvega for undisclosed terms.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Qualcomm Picks Up Elata For A Cool $57 Million
Wireless wonder Qualcomm threw out $57 million for British software company Elata to expand its European market.
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Date: 2005-08-17
 
Microsoft Switches Paint To Acrylic
The Redmond-based software and game console company now wants to kick Photoshop off your computer.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Veritas Flaw Exposes Systems To Attacks
The Backup Exec software contains a problem that imperils backup servers, and systems with remote backup agents installed.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Sprint Tackles Exclusive NFL Deal
The wireless carrier has disclosed an agreement that makes it the official telecom sponsor for the National Football League.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
PodShow Currys $8.8 Million Favor With VCs
A trio of venture capital firms have delivered a big cash infusion to Adam Curry's PodShow Inc.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Intel: Dual-Core, Hyper-Threaded Server Inside Early
Chip-making monstrosity Intel announced their monster's getting a little bigger with the early deliver of their Xeon and Xeon MP processors. The new units will contain dual-core and hyper-threading technology will ship in 2005.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Training Underway for Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is due to be released later this year, and training has already begun for IT professionals in preparation for it.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
RSS: What’s In A Name?
A bit of a kerfuffle has erupted over Microsoft's proposed name change to news feeds as handled by the upcoming IE7 web browser.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Novell Gets Wise With Linux
Novell has shipped its GroupWise 7 around the world. The company claims that GroupWise is the most secure and reliable collaboration platform in the industry.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Broadband Riding The Power Lines In Texas
Electricity takes the world into the future. The statement sounds a little dated but with the recent FCC ruling that utility companies could run high-speed Internet access through existing electrical outlets. Broadband over Power Lines or BPL may just be the wave of the future.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
BlackDog – A Little Server With Bite
A Linux server that plugs into a system's USB port turns any machine into a Linux box, and fits in your hand.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Farking Your Way To The Top
Give it up for the little guy. Kentucky-based Fark.com ranked 2nd on the list of Nielsen/NetRanking's fastest growing blog sites, just behind MSN Spaces. That's farking unbelievable.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
IBM Teams With Firefox To Aid Handicapped
As Mozilla's Firefox becomes more widely used, IBM has agreed to donate 50,000 lines of code to Web browser to make it more accessible to users with disabilities.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
XXX Domain Proposal Has Limp Reception
The "virtual red light district," as the proposed .xxx domain for adult content has been dubbed, hit a snag just one month before final approval. A sudden influx of opposing voices has caused the US government to reexamine the ups and downs of the issue.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Apple Up, Dell Down For Customer Service
Results from a survey conducted by the University of Michigan were released today. They showed that in the second quarter, customer satisfaction for Dell PCs dropped.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Smack Down At the iBook Sale; 17 Injured
Rednecks, flying chairs, petty fisticuffs. No, this isn't about the infamous Geraldo episode. It's not Jerry Springer or the WWE, either. It's about the ensuing chaos that erupted as a Virginia school system put 1,000 Apple iBooks on sale for $50. One person even lost a flip-flop.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Novell Takes Linux To China
Novell along with the China Standard Software Company (CS2C) is developing Linux Server and Linux desktop offerings for the market in China.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
CNN, Disney Zapped By Zotob
Multiple systems at several site in the country experienced worm-related shutdowns, and were likely Zotob-related.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Blogging In MS Word
For all the bloggers out there using Blogger, you now have an alternative for playing with your entries. You can hammer them out in Word, which isn't a bad idea because it allows you to proof read your entries, and then load it from there straight into Blogger.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Blu-Ray Goes Universal
Universal Music Group announced they had signed on to the Blu-Ray DVD format developed by Sony in the latest round of DVD Wars. This marks a major victory in the cosmic conflict between Japanese electronics goliaths Sony and Toshiba.
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Date: 2005-08-16
 
Intel Dual-Core Living Large In Paxville
Server platforms powered by 64-bit dual-core Xeon and Xeon MP hyper-threaded processors will hit the market earlier than planned.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Firefox Dips In Market Share
The ongoing growth of the open source Firefox browser has eased a bit, with Internet Explorer expanding its reach.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Zotob Zeroes In On Plug And Play Flaw
Criminal hackers have begun trying to do to a Microsoft plug and play vulnerability what Sasser did to systems worldwide.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
AOL Posts Mobile Portal Online
The online services provider announced the launch of AOLMobile.com, and extended its AOL.com portal to WAP 2.0 browsers.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Users Ditch Firefox For IE
In the most recent browser usage study, open source advocates cringe in horror as Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) slaps down Firefox. Adding insult to injury, Safari also gained ground by nibbling on Firefox's market share.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Microsoft 30 Percent Better Than Linux
Linux gets the hard shutdown as Microsoft garners a three-year contract with the Central Scotland Police.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
AOL Turns On Open Sign for Mobile Storefront
America Online rolled out the welcome mat and flipped the switch to the open sign for their next mobile service. The AOL portal aimed at cell phone users gives those users access to the companies web functions.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
TiVo Hookin’ Up To The Net
TiVo plans to let customers download TV shows via the Internet before the shows hit TV. I wonder how this will play with the MPAA and other groups warring against those who circulate the material before the TV release.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Urine Charge With New Battery
In the Far East, scientists have developed a paper battery that draws power from the ultimate portable source - the bladder.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Zotob.A Only Affecting Windows 2000
Microsoft has announced that the recently discovered Zotob.A worm can only affect an unpatched Windows 2000 system.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
BellSouth Offering Napster With DSL
Three months of Napster's digital music subscription service and a free MP3 player await new residential customers.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Xbox 360 May Get HD DVD Drive
Space inside the next-generation gaming platform may contain a hard drive. Or maybe a HD DVD drive instead.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Microsoft Shaking iPods Out Of Apple’s Tree
Microsoft seems particularly adept and pushing Apple into a grinder. Even though the "Gates House Gang" owns a chunk of Apple stock, it seems they enjoy demonstrating their "superiority" and if this current patent case works for Microsoft, they will add another notch to their belt.
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Date: 2005-08-15
 
Relationship Marketing: Business Blog Style
Relationship marketing. You've often heard the term used, but were never really certain what it meant. It does sound kind of touchy feely, doesn't it...
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Date: 2005-08-14
 
Interesting Interview With One Of Microsoft's First Employees
Fun day yesterday. Was on the Gillmor Gang, then went off to interview Marc McDonald.
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Date: 2005-08-13
 
Behaviors of the Blogosphere - Controversy Continues
Nick Denton has responded to criticism of the critique by Jason Calacanis of the Behaviors of the Blogosphere Study in an article at CickZ where he's quoted as saying...
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Date: 2005-08-13
 
Slamming a Client Via Blog
I do a lot of work for Lawrence Ragan Communications. And when I say a lot, I mean, well, a lot.
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Date: 2005-08-13
 
Governance, Scaling and Anonymity in Wikipedia
I'm sitting in Jimmy Wales' talk at OSAF, as though I am his roadie these days, and reminded about anonymity in Wikipedia.
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Date: 2005-08-13
 
Microsoft Chuckling At Apple Patent Mishap
An iPod patent has been rejected by the USPTO due to Microsoft having filed a similar patent five months earlier.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Perens Pooh-Poohs Patent Pool
Speaking at LinuxWorld, noted open source figure Bruce Perens finds fault with the OSDL Patent Commons Project.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Opera Gets Answers
Answers.com, that is, and the arrangement will be a partnership that places access to its database on the Opera browser toolbar.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Business Blogs: Spread The Word
Business blogs are powerful tools for any business to adopt. Whether the company is a traditional bricks and mortar business, an online business venture, or both, a business blog can pay huge dividends for any business bottom line.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Super Bowl On A Cell Phone
A panel discussing consumer electronics in San Francisco doesn't think anyone would watch the big Roman numeral game on the small screen.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Samsung Has A Shift In Memory
Samsung Electronics claims that it is "leading the industry shift" from DDR1 (Double Data Rate 1) to DDR2 main memory.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Mars Probe And Blogosphere: Talking To Aliens
NASA launched their Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Friday morning after a few delays earlier in the week. Coinciding with that launch was MindComet's first launch of thousands of SpacePost messages aimed at promoting intergalactic peace and communication.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Amazon 8-K Discloses $40M Settlement
A SEC Regulation FD filing by the online retailer discloses its settlement of an e-commerce patent infringement spat.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Dell Missed 2nd Quarter Marks
Round Rock, Texas computer giant Dell missed projections during the 2nd quarter and suggested the 3rd quarter will also fall short. Sales for the Texas Tornado of computer manufacturers appears to have slowed down.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Mueller: “Our National Infrastructure Is A Soft Target”
Speaking at the InfraGard 2005 conference in Washington DC, FBI Director Robert Mueller asked attendees to share information when attackers hit their firms.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Where’s Das “Any” Key?
Self-proclaimed "uber geek" Daniel Guermeur, chief executive of Austin-based Metadot Corp. just made a stunning contribution to the future of yard sale "seemed like a good idea at the time" merchandise. Das Keyboard, the fruit of Guermeur's geekdom, is based upon the "legendary" IBM Model M, with one key difference-the keys are black, and, um, blank.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
When Chips Are Down, Intel Takes Chips Up
Intel's had the problems recently with AMD, the U.S. government, the Japanese government, the E.U. government, but with any luck, they increase their good fortune with their developer conference with details of their new multicore processor chip.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
miPod? Microsoft And Apple At It Again
Microsoft and Apple look to be battling over the right to the iPod technology. Apple filed the patents for its incredibly successful iPod back in October of 2002. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office booted the patent papers last month.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
TiVo To Offer Downloadable Programming
For all you TiVo lovers out there, the company has inked a deal with the Independent Film Channel to transmit programs to set-top boxes via broadband Internet connections. Even cooler, subscribers can download shows even before they're scheduled to air.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Microsoft King of Media Apple Polishers
This says a lot about the PR teams working for the world's top companies. US media research company Delahaye released a survey listing the corporations who enjoyed the most positive media coverage. Microsoft topped the list, followed by Wal-Mart.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Hackers Unveil OEM PC Version Of Mac OS X
Several sources dedicated to all things Macintosh have cited reports of the Mac OS X being modified to work on any Intel-based PC.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Snipermail's Head Takes A Judicial Bullet
Scott Levine was convicted on 123 counts in federal court on charges related to information theft from Acxiom Corp.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
Firefox Usage Slipping?
I just received a press release from NetApplications claiming Firefox usage has slipped over the previous month.
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Date: 2005-08-12
 
AOL Giving Away Seized Spammer Assets
The AOL Spammer's Gold Sweepstakes gives people a shot at winning a notorious spammer's yellow Hummer H2, as well as cash and gold.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Netscape's Contribution, Ten Years Later
Tuesday marked the ten-year anniversary of the beginning of the greatest investment boom in history. On August 9, 1995, Netscape issued its initial public stock offering, which is widely regarded as the spark that set off the stock boom of the late 90's and set the stage for today's tech world.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Attacker Drinks In Sonoma State Student Info
Sonoma State University has disclosed unauthorized access to seven of its workstations happened in July.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Microsoft Continues to Separate Fools From Their Money
As part of it's ongoing efforts to eliminate unsolicited Email, Microsoft announced a settlement of a suit against alleged "spam-king" Scott Richter and his email-marketing firm, OptInReallyBig LLC.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
MSNBC.com Still Tops In Online News
Nielsen//NetRatings in the Current Events and Global News category show MSNBC.com as number one for July.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
What Role Will Web Designers Play in an RSS World?
Right now the number of Internet users who subscribe to RSS feeds is tiny. Have no fear, it will rise dramatically in the years ahead.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Blogging As a Business
Note to Evan Williams: congrats on getting the funding for Odeo. For the rest of you, he's building a podcasting tool to start with.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Xbox 360 May Be Peripherally Profitable
The hot next-generation console from Microsoft may squeeze peripheral makers for licensing fees.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
OSDL Opens Patent Commons Project
Open Source Development Labs disclosed at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo the creation of a centralized patent and pledge library.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Oracle Plugs Cluster Files System Into SUSE
Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server distribution will have the Oracle OCFS Release 2 on-board when it ships to customers.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Filtering Out MSN's Filter
MSN Filter sure is getting some people upset (hi Ross Mayfield). Personally I wanted to give MSN Filter a few weeks before giving my opinion, but Ross goaded me into it.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Mary Jo Tells Us To Come Clean On Windows Vista
Sorry for the blog slowdown. I just sent Shel my changes on the last chapter on our book.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Blogs and Podcasts Together
A growing number of companies are employing blogs and podcasts as part of their communication mix.
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Date: 2005-08-11
 
Blu-ray, HD DVD Tout Security
The ongoing battle to be the next standard in blue laser DVD technology has shifted to the copy protection front.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Bush Names Microsoftie EU Representative
A lawyer who worked on Microsoft's behalf during the US v. Microsoft antitrust trial will now be the American representative to the European Union.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
IBM Supports Geronimo
Yesterday, IBM announced that it now offers support services for Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Geronimo open source application server software.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
David Berlind Calls Out PR
From his post on Ground Zero ... This is a good time to draw the public relations community into the discussion.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Pluck Tweaked For Firefox Users
The makers of the RSS reader for IE have extended support to Firefox browsers with its newest release.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
The ADD Factor of Internet/TV Ads
Some say the Internet will soon overtake King TV as broadband access becomes more and more prolific. Indeed a recent Canadian study has suggested that the gap between time spent online per week and time spent watching television is closing rapidly. Some have gone to extremes saying that television is deep trouble and advertisers should make a dramatic shift in their ad budgets. But cooler heads and other reports might suggest that the two will walk hand in hand.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Mixed Messages From Microsoft's Spam-King Settlement?
Microsoft with some help from the New York Attorney Gerneral's office has won a $7 million settlement from Spam King Scott Richter.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Novell Opens Up SUSE
The technology company announced at LinuxWorld an open version of the SUSE Linux distribution.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Online Copyright Form May Start As IE Only
First they appoint a pro-Microsoft lawyer to be the new ambassador to the European Union; now our government may make IE the way to complete a copyright preregistration form.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
More DVD War Shots Fired
The high definition DVD wars continue to rage with the Blu-Ray Disc Association's (BDA) said they now have the "most comprehensive content management system ever employed." Naturally, the folks at Toshiba and at the HD DVD camp weren't pleased.
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Date: 2005-08-10
 
Microsoft Shakes Richter For $7 Million
A joint effort between Microsoft and the New York Attorney General's office has ended in a settlement won from notorious spammer Scott Richter.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Sirius Plays On Billboard
For the first time, a satellite broadcaster will have its airplay impact the makeup of the Billboard Top 40.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Intel Under South Korean FTC Investigation
Marketing practices by the chipmaking giant have come under scrutiny by an antitrust group.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
E*Trade Bids $700 Million For Harrisdirect
The deal will see Montreal-based BMO Financial Group sell the US online brokerage to financial services company E*Trade.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
AOL Plants Wildseed, Sprouts AOL Wireless Group
The acquisition brings the maker of the SmartSkin and a mobile operating system into a newly formed group focused on wireless markets.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Do Marketers Really Need RSS?
The recent Forrester Research study, which claims that only 2% of online households in North America use RSS, took the internet marketing world by storm. Does this data really mean that marketers can still afford to ignore this channel?
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Microsoft Messenger For Mac: New & Improved
The Redmond based software monolith, Microsoft, announced they are expanding their MAC instant messaging software. The new tab viewing display will allow users to access both corporate and personal Messenger accounts and set a unique status for each user.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
E-Marketing News Alert: Blog Readers Young, Rich, and Male
The citizen journalism phenomenon known as blogging has now reached the attentive and contemplative eyes of one third of the Internet population according to statistics released by comScore Networks. That's 50 million sets of eyeballs, the majority of which, according to Gawker, seems to be connected to (gasp) upper middle class young males. And with that news, e-marketers around the country are calling emergency meetings as we speak.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Macromedia Piles Everything Into Studio 8
With Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, Fireworks, Contribute, and FlashPaper inside, Studio 8 offers a comprehensive package for web developers.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Blogs Get More Commonplace
Information Week reports on a study from Internet metrics agency ComScore that shows a third of the Americans who are online visited a blog in the first quarter of the year.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
You Cannot Buy My Traffic...
An email excahnge that I had this week with a dumb spammer (whose company name I have removed) ...
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
Microsoft Serves Up Three Critical Patches
Patch Tuesday brings forth a sextet of security bulletins from our friends in Redmond, and users will want to get them in place quickly.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
MSN Blogs Against it's Customers
Honestly, I couldn't give a crap about MSN. Anyone who blogs there, or reads them, doesn't know the whole story.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
A Blog Redesign That Rocks
A while back, I wrote about a study that suggested the design of blogs was an inhibitor to usability, particularly among those who are less-than-familiar with the various unique elements of a blog.
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Date: 2005-08-09
 
NYU Dives Into Supercomputing With IBM
The university now has the 117th fastest supercomputer in the world and the first to use IPv6, the next-generation Internet protocol.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Microsoft Preps Sextet For Patch Tuesday
At least one of the six Windows updates to be released for August will be rated Critical, the highest Maximum Security rating.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
AOL Ties Up Wireless Deal
Another acquisition by AOL, this time of phone-personalization software company Wildseed, will help it get onto more mobile phones.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
First Podcast From Space
As we wait for the space shuttle to return safely to earth - delayed until Tuesday, according to a BBC News report ...
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Apple's 4-Day Million
It only took Apple four days to sell over one million songs through its new iTunes Japan service. It was launched on Thursday and got off to a very good start.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Internet PR Campaigns Failing
Imagine sending out a press kit containing nothing but blank pages because the photocopier stopped working after the first three or four copies.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
GameSpot Debuts GameCenter Online
The online game news and reviews site has launched a subscription service for PC gamers.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Back From Blog Vacation
It's great to take a blog vacation. Thanks to everyone who sent nice notes. Just saw this in the Guardian's blog ...
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
The Buzz About Blogs
The "blogosphere" is continuing to grow at an amazing pace. In fact, the number of published blogs is expected to double about every five months.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Microsoft Vacates Vista Virus Issues
The Monad command shell won't be shipped with the forthcoming Windows Vista operating system.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
E*Trade Buys Harrisdirect for $700 million
E*Trade Financial Corp. is buying US-based online brokerage operations of Harrisdirect from BMO Financial Group in a cash-transaction valued at $700 million.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
AOL Sows Wildseed In Mobile Market
As part of an initiative to expedite the use of America Online services on mobile phones, the world's largest Internet provider announced the acquisition of Wildseed Ltd., a privately held wireless technology company based in Kirkland, Washington, for an undisclosed sum.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Sony Tries To Stop Europeans From Getting Their PSPs
Sony does not want Europeans to get their hands on the PSP before it is launched this September. In an effort to prevent just this, Sony is suing online gaming retailer Lik-Sang for selling Japanese PSPs to people in Europe.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
Macromedia Studio 8 Unleashed
Macromedia today, announced the release of Macromedia Studio 8, which includes new versions of Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, Fireworks, Contribute, and FlashPaper.
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Date: 2005-08-08
 
A Free Culture Manifesto Via the Internet
Jimmy has been warming up for his Wikimania Keynote on Larry Lessig's blog, talking about 10 things that should be free.
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Date: 2005-08-07
 
IBM Starts Investor-Focused Podcasts
Reuters: IBM is the latest major company to embrace podcasting. [...] The world's largest computer company said on Friday ...
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Date: 2005-08-07
 
Blogs Predict Dukes of Hazzard Movie Doom
"A car wreck with boobs." This concise, yet substantive, review comes from CNN after the Dukes of Hazzard movie premiere.
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Date: 2005-08-06
 
Blogging Goals: Thinking About Reasons
Thinking about blogging. Talk about an obvious choice of topic; but then again, it's not really something many of us think about at all. We just do it.
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Date: 2005-08-06
 
Windows Vista Shelled By First Virus
An Austrian hacker has written the first Windows Vista virus, taking advantage of the new command shell in the platform.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
CD Copy Protection Vexing Some Users
Owners of the Apple iPod media player have found new CDs with copy protection schemes can't be imported to the iPod.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
AOL Xpends Money On Xdrive
The Internet service provider and portal company has acquired online storage and backup company Xdrive.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
DoJ Turning Movie Pirate Into Salisbury Steak
A Missouri man has been indicted under provisions of the recently passed Family Entertainment and Copyright Act.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Mozilla Incorporation Motivation Solved
After some time to think about the formation of a revenue-generating corporation under the Foundation umbrella, a solution presents itself.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Blogs and RSS May Not Be As Popular As Everyone Thinks
Forrester Research has released a new study that finds that Blog and RSS technology may not be used by as many people as some would like to believe.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Weblogs Inc. To Make $1 Million a Year From AdSense?
Can a company make a million dollars in one year just from using Google AdSense? Jason Calacanis thinks he can with his Weblogs Inc. network.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Technorati: The State of Tagging
According to Technorati, more than 25 million blog posts have been tagged over the last six months.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Small Business: Entrepreneurs Lead The Way
When you think about it, small business entrepreneurs hire themselves. Now that's efficient job creation. I'd like to see some convoluted government make work project match that one.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
The Sell Of Music
MusicFreedom presents another method for artists to get their music to fans without an intervening music label.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
AOL Makes Room For Xdrive
America Online said they purchased the online storage firm Xdrive for an undisclosed sum. The move was made to help meet the expanding needs of consumer who's need for information storage continues to grow with the addition of photos, music and lots of other files, a number of which take up a fair amount of space.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
FCC Tosses Out DSL Sharing Rule
Facility sharing requirements imposed on telephone companies that required leasing lines to competitors has been abolished.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Amazon Not In de-Nile About Online Music (Thank You)
Amazon.com, no doubt noticing the explosive proliferation of online music, will be soon joining the ranks of Apple Computer and Napster by providing a digital music service, according to an article posted on the Wall Street Journal's website.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
NewsGator Secures RSS
RSS platform company, NewsGator Technologies announced that it will launch NewsGator Enterprise Server (NGES) in the third quarter.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
IBM Juicing Up SiGe Technology
IBM announced on Friday the launch of their fourth generation silicon-germanium (SiGe) foundry technology named 8HP. The new chip has more than twice the performance of the previous products.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Getting Fired In Style
It's not really clear how this website plans to verify the tales submitted, but SimplyFired.com is running a contest for those with the best career-ending moments. The most jaw-dropping entries could find themselves on a luxury cruise accompanied by Donald Trump's "Apprentice" rejects.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Advertising On a Dead Man
eBay auctions are just getting weirder and weirder. Now there's a guy auctioning off the rights to advertise on his dead body when he does in fact die.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
After Pope-Up Problem, Wikipedia To Tighten Up
Wikipedia's Pope Benedict fiasco, where a user replaced the real papal photo with a pic of the Star Wars evil emperor, was the last straw says founder Jimmy Wales. Wikipedia's not going to be so easy to edit anymore.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Toshiba And Clariant Working On 30GB Recordable HD-DVD
In a never-ending battle for a higher notch in the high definition DVD world, Toshiba fired another salvo with their announcement of work towards a recordable 30GB HD-DVD.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Kai-Fu Lee Three Steps Ahead Of Microsoft
More details of Dr. Lee's employment contract have come to light, detailing an arrangement that benefits him no matter how the non-compete case ends.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Apple Adds Video To iPod...Trademark
An updated filing with the USPTO shows Apple has added video files to the Goods and Services description in the iPod trademark record.
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Don't Measure Blog Readership, Measure Influence
With their usual flair, The Boston Herald declares "Americans aren't all agog for blogs." ...
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Date: 2005-08-05
 
Apple Finally Debuts iTunes Japan
The oft-rumored iTunes Japan has been launched, and with it comes the release of the Rolling Stones back catalog.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
AOL's Advertising.com Settles FTC Complaint
Offering free security software was a nice idea. Slipping adware into the product without telling people wasn't a nice idea.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Linux Kicking Microsoft Out Of Indiana Schools
Desktop machines by Elkhart, IN-based Wintergreen Systems running Linspire Linux could end up on 300,000 desks.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
MSN Launches Filter Blogs
Back in June, MSN let the world know that it was looking for people to write for its new blogs. Yesterday, MSN launched filter.msn.com, which has contains these blogs.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Jupitermedia sells Search Engine Watch, SES and ClickZ Magazine
Search marketers were surprised yesterday by the announcement that three of the most influential publications in the search marketing sector had quietly been sold to new owners.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Smart Companies Stimulate Disruptive Thinking
How do large companies continue to innovate and respond rapidly to new opportunities as if they were start-ups, asks the Financial Times?
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
It’s August, Get Ready For Holiday Shopping
End-of-year sales success means online retailers need to start focusing on holiday initiatives.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Kiddie Cell Phones Are All the Rage
Ok, so your 8-year-old wants a cell phone. Don't think your 8-year-old needs a cell phone? You don't have to fight with them, fight with the cell phone companies. As cell phones have become an integral part of the tech industry with a lot of features, including search and email and instant messaging, cell phone marketers feel the 8-12 year-old market is the wave of the future.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Blogs: Do This Many People Really Have Something To Say?
Technorati just released a report detailing the growth of the blogosphere. They found that a new web log was created every second, totaling 80,000 new blogs every day. Even more interesting was the rise of moblogging (blogging from your phone). Let's just hope a moblogger isn't behind you when you're sitting at a red light.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Microsoft Speech Server Announces Itself
The product has been built on Windows and .Net; a future version of Exchange will be speech enabled.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
New Spam Word Study
We recently analyzed the tokens (or words) in the bayesian spam filter on our mail server.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
eMusic Turns Content Up To Eleven
The independent music site adds thousands of songs to its catalog, which can also be accessed from Yahoo's new Audio Search service.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Microsoft Stages COO: Kevin Turner
Microsoft announced on Thursday their newest hire, Kevin Turner as the new chief operating officer. Turner will be in charge of strategic and operational leadership of sales, marketing and service professionals as well as the company's fulfillment and IT operations.
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Date: 2005-08-04
 
Apple Discovers Multiple Mouse Buttons
The computer for the rest of us now has a mouse with more than one button, just like everyone else. Except that it's different.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Mozilla Goes From Non-Profit to Profit
Mozilla, who has been a non-profit organization in the form of the Mozilla Foundation, has now changed about not taking in any profits, and has formed the Mozilla Corporation.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Novell To Provide JEMS Support
Novell has announced that it will be providing technical support for JBoss Enterprise Middleware System (JEMS), including the market-leading JBoss Application Server.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Nanotech 1, Cancer 0
Stanford University reports it has found an approach to destroying cancer cells with lasers and nanotechnology.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
EMEA Ditching Perl, Python, PHP?
A spring 2005 survey of developers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa finds a dropoff in their use of those three languages.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Oracle Flexes its Stake in i-Flex
Oracle announced that it plans to buy a majority stake in Indian application software company, i-flex solutions. I-flex provides software for banking, asset management, and investor services.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
More disruption from Skype
Now this looks compelling - a Skype phone that you use to make and receive phone calls on a wireless network without needing a computer.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
The Age Old Debate - Excerpts of Full Posts in RSS Feeds
Marketing Sherpa has a good post with 7 tips on podcasthing, RSS and blogging that might be of interest to readers.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
RSS: A Puck To Skate To
Steve Rubel is amazed that Delta Air Lines' new website-which garnered attention from AP-has no RSS on it.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Fast Company's BlogJam: The Sequel
Fast Company's blog, FC Now, is celebrating its second anniversary by hosting BlogJam 2005.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Look, Another New Blog
By the time you finish reading this sentence, three new blogs will have been created, according to Technorati. Make that four.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Cisco Web Site Attacked And Cracked
A report on Silicon.com today claims the Cisco web site was compromised, requiring users to change their passwords.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Cellphedia—The Next Distraction From Driving, Dinner, And All Things Not Lame
Could we stop making up words, please? It was cute at first, but now it's terribly annoying as the squiggly red lines on my word processor stretch across my screen candy cane style. Thanks to an NYU grad student, we get to add another word to the effluvium of techno-jargon logorrhea.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
AOL Forced To Fess Up By FTC
America Online's Advertising.com Inc., after distributing the free security program, SpyBlast, without informing consumers of its hidden adware content, is being forced to "clearly and prominently" disclose the information by the Federal Trade Commission.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
RealNetworks Bounces Back From Last Year
RealNetworks reported its financial results for the second quarter, which ended at the end of June. These included record revenue of $82.7 million, and net income of $4.7 million.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Mozilla Goes For The Money
Mozilla, creator of the popular Firefox Internet browser and a number of other products, announced the creation of the Mozilla Corporation today. They created the commercial side to generate revenue and while their market share increases steadily, this should help them grow even further.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
FCC May Toss DSL Common Carrier Rule
The aftermath of a June Supreme Court decision may see DSL deregulated to enable phone companies to compete with cable.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
PDA Sales Pounding The Pavement
PDA sales worldwide took off up the road, up 32% from the same period last year. Gartner said 3.6 million units sold from all vendors. Research In Motion's Blackberry units continue to climb above the others though taking 23% of the market share.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Big Media, It's Time to Go All Blog
Big media - particularly online media - are in a race against time. While their brands remain venerable, their readership and revenue base are eroding.
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Date: 2005-08-03
 
Boeing Gets Intel Boost On In-flight Internet
Connexion by Boeing has Intel as a partner and promoter of its high-speed wireless service on airplanes.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
RadioShack Suddenly Hot Wireless Game Store
You've got questions, we've got Tetris, and several other games from Jamdat for mobile handsets.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
ATMs: Active Theft Mechanisms
A recent Gartner study claims ATM and debit card fraud cost $2.75 billion in losses last year.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Expedia Expanding On MSN Travel
Microsoft's former online travel service will expand its presence on MSN travel and local sites.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Open Source Gets American Idol Treatment
A joint effort including Intel, Carnegie Mellon West, and SpikeSource offers a model for rating software.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
MSN Goes Shopping
MSN and Shopping.com are teaming up, so that MSN Shopping customers will be able to shop from thousands more online merchants.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Sasser Sven, Hotmail Hoax, Top July Charts
The monthly review of viruses and hoaxes by security software firm Sophos also shows numerous Mytob variants in the virus list.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
IBM: Security Attacks Up 50%
Criminal-driven security attacks and emails with viruses increased by 50% in the first half of this year according to a report released by IBM today.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
IBM To Beef Up Info Management Portfolio with DWL
In an effort to strengthen its information management software portfolio, IBM has signed an agreement to acquire middleware provider DWL for an undisclosed price.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
MySpace Users Go Fox Hunting
The name rolls off the tongue like that of a James Bond villain, accompanied by a scowl and a painful memory. Muuuuuurdoch! For the constituents of MySpace.com, ownership of their beloved meeting ground by media mogul billionaire and alleged world domination hopeful Rupert Murdoch leaves a sour taste in the mouth.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Traffic.com Gets Green Light From Congress
Passage of the federal highway bill means the Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure Program will continue.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
RIM Gets Favorable Court Ruling
A federal appeals court has overturned some findings in the Eastern District of Virginia Court's December ruling against Blackberry maker Research In Motion.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Microsoft Investigating High-Risk IE Flaw
The Redmond-based software company acknowledged it is looking into a potential security issue reported by security firm eEye.
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Date: 2005-08-02
 
Delta, AirTran Update Websites
Two domestic airlines subjected their websites to extreme makeovers and feature expanded travel planning options.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Podscope Wants Every Podcaster By the Month's End
Podscope currently indexes over 20,000 podcasts from over 3,500 sites, and by the end of August plans to cover every known podcaster.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Little Impact On WashingtonPost.com
In an interview with PaidContent.org, CEO/Publisher Caroline Little of WashingtonPost.Newsweek Interactive talked blogs, ads, and online viewership.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
BitTorrent Meets With MPAA
The creator of the large-file sharing utility has moved from Seattle to San Francisco, hired a COO, and will try to beat Microsoft to the legal P2P movie sharing market.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Cisco Tries To End Spreading of Vulnerability Info
Michael Lynn, a former employee of Internet Security Systems (ISS) quit his job and exposed a vulnerability on Cisco's router operating system.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Hackers Saw Plank, Microsoft Ship Drops
Within hours of the release of Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA), hackers decided to flip off Microsoft with a single, simple line of javascript that promptly turned off the WGA and turned on laughter in hacker circles around the globe.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
VistA Non-Profits Not Pleased With Microsoft
The Vista name for Microsoft's next-generation operating system has drawn the ire of groups supporting Veterans Administration software.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Claria Wants Another Chance
Claria, the company that is known for their adware, which produces annoying pop-up ads that are based on the user's web surfing habits, is apparently trying to become more respectable.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Real Estate Bubble Concern Spikes Among Searchers
If you're in the real estate market, then chances are business has been good. For many, it's been so good that they've decided to quit while they're ahead. Last month, Hitwise released a report that reflects that concern. Searches for the terms "real estate bubble" and "housing bubble" lit up all of the major search engines, jumping by 311 percent.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
IBM and TuVox Voice Their Commitment
Enterprise speech application company, TuVox announced the certification of IBM WebSphere Voice Server and IBM WebSphere Application Server for its conversational speech applications.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Hackers Force Planet X Outing
Hackers were busy this weekend, coincidentally at the same time 3000 of them gathered in the Netherlands the "What the Hack" convention. Google and Microsoft were hacked and now this, a hacker catalyzed the announcement about the 10th planet in our solar system by threatening those who knew about it.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Cisco Uploads Motivation 1.0 To Black Hat Community
Incensed by the networking company's hostile treatment of former ISS researcher Michael Lynn, several hackers now seek to find new flaws in Cisco's software.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
WebEx Collaborates On Intranets.com Purchase
Online meeting company gets purchased by another online meeting company for $45 million USD.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Sugar Suite Offers Tasty Update
Version 3.5 of Sugar's CRM application has entered beta and offers improved Outlook integration among its new features.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
Blizzard Melting Its Silicon Valley Studio
The San Mateo home of Blizzard North will be shuttered in favor of relocating operations to Irvine.
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Date: 2005-08-01
 
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