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Oddly enough, a similar warning will be posted at RIAA headquarters

Menace01 In 1996, Sandia National Laboratories assembled a panel of outside experts and charged them with designing a marking system for the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), Read More →

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Break out the champagne: Firefox has finally broken the 10 percent barrier. According to Web analytics firm OneStat, the alternative browser -- which this morning rolled out a beta of its forthcoming 1.5 release -- is now used Read More →

Must have been a glitch my Outlook calendar … yeah, that's it, a glitch

There's big trouble over at Mercury Interactive. Three of the company's top executives, including CEO Amnon Landan, resigned Wednesday after an internal probe into stock-option grants raised troubling questions about the company's accounting practices. According to the investigation, Mercury Read More →

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"We are now in talks with our partners to debut a service program like iTunes of Apple. Our No. 1 priority is to help customers use our products with ease."

-- Choi Gee-sung, president of Samsung's digital media business, 10-30-2005

“We Read More →

And as part of your severance package, we're including your very own copy of Netware!

Christmas vacation came early for some 600 Novell employees this year. The company announced a major restructuring Wednesday, one that will see it sack more than 10 percent of its workforce and perhaps spin off or sell off its Read More →

Sure, I remember Vonage … what'd they do again?

With Skype now in eBay's pocket (see "Skype to eBay: No, we don't accept PayPal") and cable companies gearing up for a major assault on the telecom business, Vonage is undertaking a timely scramble for funding. The nation's Read More →

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"Here's what the proposed law says, in a nutshell: Every consumer analog video input device manufactured in the United States will be, within a year, forced to obey not one, but two new copy restriction technologies. ... And what might these MPAA-specified, Read More →
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