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Microsoft pays US$7.5m for IPv4 address stash
"Dual stack" migration to keep demand strong.
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Oracle pays US$46 million to settle kickback claims
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Mozilla pays out US$40,000 for web bugs
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Heartland pays another $5.4m for malware infection
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Google fixes Chrome bugs and pays researcher
Three high risk vulnerabilities patched in new update.
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Crazy Johns pays with TNS
Crazy John’s has chosen Transaction Network Services to provide secure card payments across its various business operations.
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Qualcomm pays US$32 million for Xiam
Qualcomm has announced the acquisition of Xiam Technologies, an Ireland-based developer of wireless content personalisation technology..
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IBM pays US$5 billion for Cognos
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CyberSource pays $565m for Authorize.net
USA - Deal will combine web-based payment players.
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IBM pays out US$745m for Telelogic
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Netgear pays US$60m for Infrant Technologies
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Yahoo pays US$680m for Right Media
Portal snaps up online advertising exchange.
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Apple forced to pay after failing to gag bloggers
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Auction estimate of $40,000 vaporised.
Oct 10 2006 9:53AM
Social search site pays users to find answers
ChaCha offers real-time results supplied by paid 'guides'.
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Apple pays US$100m to end Creative patent spat
Settlement agreement ends fight over portable media player's user interface.
Aug 24 2006 4:01PM
N.H. man settles spyware suit with Washington state, pays $2,000
A New Hampshire man who used the Microsoft name in advertisements to trick customers into purchasing ineffective spyware software reached a settlement this week with Washington state.
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Spam King pays Microsoft royal ransom
Spam King Scott Richter has agreed to pay $7 million in damages to Microsoft for his massive spam email campaign.
Aug 9 2005 4:50PM
Mozilla pays bounty to bug finder
The Mozilla Foundation has awarded $2,500 to German security researcher as part of its bug bounty program.
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