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Spammer Alan Ralsky, 10 Others Indicted

A federal grand jury has indicted Michigan's so-called "spam king" Alan Ralsky and 10 others on charges of spamming and running stock pump-and-dump schemes.

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Intel Drops Support for OLPC

Friction between Intel's ClassmatePC and the OLPC's XO Laptop seems to have killed off Intel's fledgling investment in the project.

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Dell Announces New LCD Displays

Dell has tipped its hand on two new, much-rumored LCD displays: the 22-inch Crystal Display, and a 30-inch monster with a DisplayPort Connection.

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Hitachi Rolls Out 500 GB Portable Drive

Notebook computers and other portable devices just got a boost: Hitachi has announced it will be offering 500 GB 2.5-inch SATA hard drives beginning in February.

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HP Unwraps New Desktops and Monitors

The company's new line-up includes a slew of media-oriented PCs tailored to different buyers, as well as two big-screen monitors with high contrast ratios.

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Why Pay for Premium When Free is Better?

Windows Secrets' Scott Dunn has a good point: why pay $120/year for MSN Premium when darn near everything it includes is available from Microsoft for free?

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Lenovo Intros IdeaPad Consumer Notebooks

Lenovo wants to branch out from business and enterprise users to consumers with its new IdeaPad notebooks featuring sleek designs and facial recognition technology.

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Manage iTunes and iPods with TuneRanger

Smith Micro's new TuneRanger software enables users to manage iTunes libraries across multiple computers, finding lost songs, coordinating libraries, and managing multiple iPods.

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SanDisk Previews Cruzer Titanium Plus

By synchronizing flash storage with online storage, SanDisk hopes to offer an end-all solution to mobile backups.

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Axiotron Ships ModBook Tablet Mac

The modified MacBook features a highly refined stylus input designed to mimic the feel of paper.

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BitDefender Issues 2007 Top 10 Spam List

Pump and dump returns to grab the top spot on BitDefender's list of the top 10 spammers.

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Asus Hints at New Eee, Releases Accessories

Buzz around the Eee includes a likely WiMAX version in the works, new accessories such as extended batteries, and rumors of an 8.9-inch screen.

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Microsoft Home Server Problems

A file corruption bug means that data saved could be corrupted.

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Hybrid Hi-Def Drives to Dominate PCs?

In the battle between HD DVD and Blu-ray, ABI Research forecasts that, by 2012, universal drives capable of handling both formats will be the winners in PCs.

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AOL Ends Support for Netscape Browser

Once the undisputed most important piece of Internet software, AOL has announced it will no longer support the Netscape browser.

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