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  • Hollywood battling 'DVD copying'
    on May 5, 2009 in Technology News
    Hollywood has locked horns with the technology industry over who will control digital entertainment and how it is watched. The six big film studios say a program called RealDVD violates copyright. This week a San Francisco court could decide if...
  • Windows 7 Release Candidate debuts early
    on May 5, 2009 in Microsoft News Technology News
    SOMEWHERE OVER COLORADO--As I wind my way back to San Francisco, the release candidate of Windows 7 has made its public debut. After arriving first on torrent sites and then last week showing up on Microsoft's developer program Web site...
  • Craigslist to meet with state AGs over sex ads
    on May 5, 2009 in Technology News
    Three state attorneys general plan to meet with Craigslist representatives to begin negotiations toward eliminating advertisements from the site for prostitution and other suspected illegal sexual activities. State attorneys general from Missouri,...
  • How to Watch Hulu Around the World
    on May 5, 2009
    For all sorts of complicated legal and contractual reasons, Hulu is not officially available to users outside of the United States. However, funny thing about the web — geographic restrictions have a way of being difficult to enforce. And so...
  • FAQ: Why you're still paying early termination fees
    on May 4, 2009 in Technology News
    It's been almost a year since a judge in Alameda County, Calif., ruled that Sprint Nextel's early termination fees are illegal, and yet Sprint and every other major U.S. wireless operator still charges customers a fee for canceling their serv...
  • Old Japanese maps on Google Earth unveil secrets
    on May 4, 2009 in Google News
    TOKYO - When Google Earth added historical maps of Japan to its online collection last year, the search giant didn't expect a backlash. The finely detailed woodblock prints have been around for centuries, they were already posted on another Web...
  • Facebook Boosts Security After Dual Phishing Attacks
    on May 4, 2009 in Facebook News
    Facebook has brought in some soldiers to fight the war against malware and phishing scams on the social-networking site. After two different malware attacks this week, Facebook announced it would begin using San Francisco-based MarkMonitor's anti...
  • Next up for Pirate Bay defendants: Italian trial?
    on May 4, 2009 in Technology News
      Having just made it through a high-profile trial in their native Sweden, four men closely associated with The Pirate Bay may now have to face justice in Italy. IDG is reporting that that country is now considering initiating its own prosecu...
  • Does Linux Suck?
    on May 4, 2009 in Linux Technology News
    Bryan Lunduke wants the world to know he's not a puppy killer. He also wants the world to know why Linux sucks and what can be done to fix it. That was the point of a presentation he put together for presentation to roughly 65 attendees at LinuxF...
  • Minnesota orders ISPs to blacklist gambling sites
    on May 1, 2009 in IT Security Technology News
    The state of Minnesota has handed Internet providers a 7-page blacklist of gambling Web sites that they're supposed to prevent customers from accessing, a move that raises First Amendment and technical concerns. "We are putting site opera...
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