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Gartner dismisses $100 laptop claims

Gartner dismisses $100 laptop claims

Gartner rubbishes OLPC claims that it will produce a $100 laptop within three years.
Aug 1 2008 8:03AM
Judge dismisses students' lawsuit in data breach

Judge dismisses students' lawsuit in data breach

Two former Ohio University students may have lost their battle in a data-breach-related lawsuit, but the current US political environment left them with no other recourse than to sue, a security industry analyst told SCMagazine.com.
Aug 31 2007 10:30AM
Judge dismisses Google ranking lawsuit

Judge dismisses Google ranking lawsuit

KinderStart action ruled 'factually baseless'.
Mar 28 2007 10:33AM
Analyst dismisses Second Life as a 'pyramid scheme'

Analyst dismisses Second Life as a 'pyramid scheme'

Storm rages as financial researcher questions validity of virtual world's
economy.
Jan 29 2007 9:54AM
Becta dismisses accusations of wasted millions

Becta dismisses accusations of wasted millions

The British Education and Communications Agency (Becta), tasked by the government with organising IT in schools, has dismissed an independent report claiming that over £200m of government funds have been wasted under its watch.
Dec 20 2006 9:29AM
Dell dismisses Intel's proprietary vPro platform

Dell dismisses Intel's proprietary vPro platform

Computer maker prefers open standards over vendor lock-in.
Nov 9 2006 9:48AM
Red Hat dismisses Oracle's 'fake' Linux support

Red Hat dismisses Oracle's 'fake' Linux support

Oracle "fork" will void certifications, Linux vendor warns.
Oct 27 2006 9:43AM
Judge dismisses female spam-fiend case

Judge dismisses female spam-fiend case

A woman at the centre of the world’s biggest-ever spamming case has been cleared by a Virginian judge. Jessica DeGroot, a 28 year old from North Carolina, had her felony spamming charges dismissed after the judge ruled there was insufficient evidence.
Mar 3 2005 12:17PM
Symantec chief demands reform, dismisses Microsoft

Symantec chief demands reform, dismisses Microsoft

Symantec CEO John Walter Thompson used his keynote speech at the RSA conference in San Francisco to demand radical reform in the security market, and dismissed Microsoft efforts as insufficient.
Feb 16 2005 5:27PM

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