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Apple Launches Slimmed-Down iPod Nano

Posted by iNext on 2006-02-14    Article Source : eWeek

Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday launched a new 1 gigabyte iPod nano music player for $149 and said it cut the price of its Shuffle music player.
 
It said that the price of its 512 megabyte Shuffle music player will sell at $69, down from $99. Its 1 gigabyte model

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Microsoft, Motorola Partner On Music Handset

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-14    Article Source : TechWeb News

Microsoft Corp. and Motorola Inc. on Monday said they are collaborating on a music handset, which would compete against a similar phone by Motorola that supports Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music platform.
 
The Microsoft phone would support the Redmond, Wash., software maker's copyright protection software, as well as its Windows

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Atari and accounts woes hit France's Infogrames

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-13    Article Source : Reuters

Shares in French software firm Infogrames (IFOE.PA) plunged on Friday due to doubts over the future of its majority-owned video games maker, Atari Inc. and after a restatement of its accounts.
 
Europe's largest video games maker and owner of Atari said it had to restate its interim accounts after reducing

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Old Media Wants A Piece Of The New Media Action

Posted by inet on 2006-02-13    Article Source : AdWeek.com

Google, now the world's most highly valued media company, finds itself stepping on the toes of established players as it tries to extend its Web dominance into new domains.
 
The World Association of Newspapers last week accused Google and other search engines of not paying for the excerpts of news

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Microsoft pushes ahead with mobile e-mail effort

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-13    Article Source : CNET News.com

Microsoft said Sunday that its long-awaited push e-mail capability for mobile devices is finally headed into the market.

Although Microsoft is offering push e-mail abilities later than some mobile specialists, such as Research In Motion and Good Technology, the company says the numbers are still on its side. Although there are a

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No Name Change for MSN

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-13    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Though the new head of Microsoft's MSN division has been calling the company's MSN portal "MSN Media Network" internally, Microsoft has no formal plans to rebrand the site, a Microsoft spokesperson says.
 
Rumors and published reports surfaced earlier this week that Microsoft would change the official name of its MSN portal

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One In Two PCs Won't Run Vista's 3D Interface

Posted by iTech on 2006-02-13    Article Source : ExtremeTech

Roughly half of today's PCs won't be able to take advantage of the "Aero Glass" compositor found within Microsoft's upcoming Vista software, due at the end of this year.

The estimate was one of the conclusions cited in a report released late Thursday by Jon Peddie Research, which used the same year-end

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IBM Boosts Blades With Cell Processor

Posted by iNext on 2006-02-12

In a bundle of new blade announcements Wednesday, IBM said it is looking to use its advanced cell processor in its new blade servers.
The company is also preparing to introduce its new POWER 6 processor.

IBM unveiled a nine-core IBM Cell blade, a dual-core POWER processor-based BladeCenterJS21 and an

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Russian "Sleeper Bugs" Empty French Accounts

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-12    Article Source : TechWeb News

Russian scammers have pillaged more than a million euros ($1.19 million) from French bank accounts in the last 11 months, news reports from the U.K. claimed Wednesday.

According to the "Guardian," a gang of Russian and Ukrainian hackers planted keylogging Trojans on French consumers' computers via infected e-mail or malicious Web sites.

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Trio combine to power converged UMA phones

Posted by inet on 2006-02-12    Article Source : EE Times

PARIS— Philips Semiconductors has scored a significant win in the emerging Wi-Fi and cellular converged phones business and said Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA)-enabled phones, based on its Nexperia cellular system solution, will soon become available in the U.S. market from a major operator.
 
While Philips declined to name the U.S. operator

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