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Content subscription service shuttered.
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May 20 2013 6:23AM
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Now that the election's over, holiday season spam begins
Spammers have launched their 2008 holiday season spam campaigns using email to tout pharmaceutical products and casino spam with a Christmas angle.
Nov 10 2008 5:37PM
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Sep 26 2008 9:33AM
Google now owns three quarters of UK search
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Aug 7 2008 7:39AM
Opinion: Mobile Me finally fixed... for now
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Jul 31 2008 1:52PM
SAP Tomorrow's never now
SAP is to close its controversial subsidiary TomorrowNow by the end of October. In the meantime customers will be helped move to new support providers, including arch-rival Oracle.
Jul 23 2008 9:09AM
Only two-thirds of Chinese steal software now
China Internet Lab has released its "China Software Piracy Rate Survey 2007" in Beijing.
Jun 11 2008 3:36PM
Firefox 3 RC1 now available
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May 20 2008 8:37AM
Networking now 'vital' in consumer electronics
Networking connections are rapidly becoming a "must have" feature for consumer electronics devices..
Mar 27 2008 3:00PM
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Microsoft has given a new name to its server virtualisation hypervisor technology and said that it will offer a version that does not require Windows Server to be installed.
Nov 13 2007 10:04AM
Vast majority of US now online
A nationwide poll of over 2,000 Americans has found that 79 percent now access the internet, up from barely 50 percent in 2000..
Nov 7 2007 7:29AM
Tenth of junk email now MP3 spam
Anti-spam firm MXSweep has reported that MP3-based pump-and-dump spam now accounts for up to 10 percent of all spam sent..
Oct 31 2007 7:47AM
Kaspersky: Anti-virus community now has upper hand on cybercriminals
The bad guys are in a creative crisis, and unable to conjure up new attacks to target networks, according to Kaspersky Lab's most recent quarterly Malware Evolution report.
Aug 10 2007 9:46AM
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Average American streamer watched 2.5 hours of video online in May. Almost three-quarters of US internet users watched an average of 158 minutes of online video during May, new research reveals.
Jul 19 2007 2:52PM
FeedBurner premium news feed now free
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Jul 9 2007 10:34AM
2008 SC Magazine Awards nominations are now open
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Jun 27 2007 11:21AM
Storm worm still raging, now with new fake news stories
The so-called storm worm is not letting up, as the gang of cyberthieves behind the mass-spammed trojan attack created new variants over the weekend to elude anti-virus software.
Jan 23 2007 7:51AM
Fibre broadband now cheaper than cable
Price reduction for FTTx services makes fibre more attractive.
Dec 7 2006 9:56AM
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