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Microsoft licenses Adobe Flash Lite and Reader LE 
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Microsoft has licensed Adobe's Flash Lite software, which is designed for to enable Flash applications and web pages on mobile devices, creating a Flash plug-in for Internet ...
 
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Firms struggle with open source licenses 
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Broadband video to rake in billions 
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SCO was projecting that revenues of its SCOsource licenses for Linux would generate billions of dollars in revenues for the company, chief executive Darl McBride testified in a ...
 
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Firms wasting billions on unnecessary IT 
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Telcos risk wasting billions on next-gen networks 
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Korean duo arrested for allegedly sending billions of spam emails 
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Two South Korean men have been arrested on suspicion of sending 1.6 billion spam emails, in what police describe as one of the biggest spam campaigns in the country's history.
 
EA licenses Unreal 3 gaming engine 
By Clement James | Aug 23, 2006 | Comment Now 
Technology to be used to develop 'a selection of forthcoming games'.
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