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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-12       Article Source : Reuters

Online retailer Amazon.com Inc is holding talks with three Hollywood studios on creating a service to allow consumers to download movies and television programs and copy them onto DVDs, the New York Times reported on Friday.

Citing three people briefed on the discussions, the Times said Amazon is in advanced negotiations with Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers. The report did not give a timetable or estimate cost of such a service.

Such a fee-based service could compete with new

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-11       Article Source : AP

SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as "click fraud."
The proposed settlement, announced by the company Wednesday, would apply to all advertisers in Google's network during the past four years. Any Web site showing improper charges dating back to 2002 will be eligible for an account credit that

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-10       Article Source : cio-today.com

Cisco Systems is taking a closer look at enterprise security with plans to merge video-surveillance capabilities with its Internet Protocol (IP) networking technology.
The networking giant plans to develop and roll out the new security systems with the help of technology from SyPixx Networks, a company that Cisco recently announced plans to buy for $51 million.

Once the deal is finalized, Cisco will give customers the ability to integrate existing surveillance systems into a broad physical-security platform that

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-09       Article Source : NewsFactor

Microsoft has launched the beta version of its latest search technology, called Windows Live Search. Features of the new search engine include a slider bar with which users can increase or reduce the level of information displayed in search results.
"We're unveiling a range of innovations that deliver an outstanding level of power and simplicity to search," said Christopher Payne, Microsoft's corporate vice president of Windows Live Search, in a statement.

The new engine lets users search through

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-09       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

HANOVER, GERMANY-- Mobile bloggers using a new version of Nokia's Lifeblog software can automatically attach location, time, and relevant calendar information to photos, videos, and audio clips, Nokia said Wednesday. The new software, Lifeblog 2.0, will also allow users to attach audio clips to their blogs.

Lifeblog 2.0 comes in two parts; software that is loaded onto phones plus compatible software for PCs. Users can take photos and videos and make audio recordings on their Nokia Nseries phones, then upload the files wirelessly

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-09       Article Source : AFP

An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.
"La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with a promise to open it to the public soon.

Members can exchange music compact disks by traditional mail using envelopes and postage provided by the "online music co-op," according

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-07       Article Source : TechWeb News

Mpire Corp. will launch in March a mobile search application to help sellers determine the correct day, time and price to sell their products on eBay Inc.
With a similar tool introduced in January from Mpire, the eBay community gained Mpulse, a resource to monitor up-to-the-minute listing trends for items from Apple Computer Inc. iPods to Microsoft Corp. Xboxes. About 10,000 users tap into the service. Now the provider of Web-based services will offer the application on mobile devices.
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Posted by inet on 2006-03-06   

Recent reports that China is creating its own version of the Internet are being denied by the country's China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC). In news reports from Beijing, the CNNIC has clarified that there is no separate Chinese Internet in the works, and no new top-level domains.
The misunderstanding came as a result of an article in the China People's Daily, which noted that the country's Ministry of Information Industry had changed China's domain-name system. Supposedly, China was working

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-06       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has opened an investigation into online music pricing by major record labels, the Reuters news agency reported Friday, citing unnamed sources.
DOJ investigators are looking at whether the labels may have colluded to set prices, the report says.

Some subpoenas may have been issued, with others to follow in the coming days, the report said. The record labels under investigation by the DOJ are EMI Group, Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group, Sony,

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-04   

YouTube.com, a popular video-sharing Web site that was smacked around in recent weeks by CBS and NBC, is starting to make friends in the TV world.
The site has struck its first formal partnership to obtain copyrighted content with MTV2, a cable channel overseen by Viacom's MTV Networks, a spokesman confirmed.

YouTube has drawn sharp criticism from broadcasters for allowing its users to upload pirated programming from the airwaves without permission.

MTV2 is seeding http://www.YouTube.com with

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-04       Article Source : NewsFactor

Oracle has unveiled an enterprise-grade search engine that promises not only to track business information, but also to deliver search results according to employee roles.

Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g uses metadata to enhance the relevance of search-query results while operating within corporate-security guidelines. Results can be obtained from sources ranging from databases and file systems to e-mail and enterprise applications.

The application can index and search public, private, and shared content across internal and external Web sites, databases, file

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-04       Article Source : NewsFactor

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ( ICANN) has approved a proposal that will extend VeriSign's control over .com domain names and allow for a registration price increase.

Nine of ICANN's board members voted in favor of the settlement, five voted against, and one abstained from voting.

The agreement comes after a lengthy legal wrangle in which VeriSign sued ICANN, claiming that it was being prevented from adding new features to the .com and .net domain registries. Read More...  

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-03       Article Source : NewsFactor

It is difficult enough for seasoned computer pros to keep on top of the alarming number of Internet threats plaguing PCs these days. Those new to the world of computing face a seemingly impossible task in trying to stay informed and keep their computers free of harmful and annoying intrusions.

But now computer users have a free tool to help keep them apprised of the latest threats from worms, hackers, and malicious software.

Symantec, a provider of computer security products,

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-03       Article Source : AFP

At least six million books, documents and "other cultural works" are to be put online and housed in the European Digital Library by 2010, the European Commission said.

The European Union's executive arm said it would help fund part of a network of digitation sites and study copyright issues that might arise.

Information Society and Media Commissioner Viviane Reding said the library would help internauts "tap into Europe's collective memory with a click of your mouse".

The library will be

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-03       Article Source : Reuters

Is it a virtual hangout for millions of American teenagers, like a sprawling electronic shopping plaza, or a magnet for sexual predators and pornographers?

MySpace.com is a bit of both, say Rhode Island education officials who have banned the fast-growing teen social networking Web site from 80 percent of their schools out of concern is was putting children at risk.

"There's a lot of personal information and things like that on MySpace.com -- a bit more than I'm comfortable with," said

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