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Dymo DiscPainter

Give your mix CD's a professional look with the Dymo DiscPainter printer.

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Dell Debuts Inspiron 1525 in Australia

A hopped-up version of Dell's current Inspiron 1520 budget notebook has appeared for pre-order in Australia, confirming details of the new system.

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Toshiba Files DVD Patent Suit in Italy

The Japanese electronics giant is chasing down an Italian company that allegedly distributed DVD discs without paying the piper.

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Google Autolink Gets Patent Challenge

An appeals court has partially overturned a district court decision to throw out a patent lawsuit brought against Google by Hyperphrase.

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IBM Rolls Out Five Predictions

IBM has unveiled its second set of five predictions about technology it believes will come to pass in the next five years.

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U.S. Army Begins Using Macs

Despite cost and compatibility issues, the Army is integrating Macs for the sake of security.

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Asus Announces U2 Notebook

Asus is getting a jump on January's CES show, announcing its new Core Duo U2 notebook with an 11.1-inch, 1,366 by 768 widescreen LCD display.

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McAfee Marks $13.8 Mln to Settle Stock Case

McAfee has restated a decade's worth of financials, resulting in charge of $137.4 million - McAfee is also setting aside $13.8 million to handle shareholder suits.

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Dell Signs Another Retail Agreement

The computer maker signs a deal with one of Europe’s largest retailers.

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Microsoft Makes Open Source Accomodations

Samba, an open-source project that seeks to enable file-sharing between Windows and Linux computers, has received documentation allowing it to work with patented Microsoft protocols.

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Apple Settlement Shutters Think Secret

A popular Apple rumor site sued by the Cupertino company in 2005 has agreed to shut down in an otherwise undisclosed settlement.

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FTC Approves Google-DoubleClick Merger

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has approved the proposed merger of Google and online advertising firm DoubleClick, even as privacy advocates overseas ramp up objections.

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Potential Google Toolbar Hack

Security analyst finds a flaw in the Google Toolbar that could let a hacker control a user’s computer.

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Xterasys Settles with BusyBox

Network gear maker Xterasys has settled with the developers of BusyBox over claims they violated BusyBox's open source license. Can Verizon be next?

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Dell Defends Latitude XT Pricing

Complaints about Dell's new $2,499 tablet have prompted the company to directly address critics who claim it's too expensive.

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