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Opera Files EU Complaint Against Microsoft

Opera Software has filed a complaint with the European Commission over Microsoft's bundling of Internet Explorer with Windows.

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Virtual World As Social Experiment

Shakespeare add-on to NeverWinter Nights becomes an academic social experiment.

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Microsoft Releases Vista SP1 Details

Service Pack 1 addresses reliability, speed and security issues.

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Nvidia Shoots Out GeForce 8800 GTS 512 MB

It's only been about a month since Nvidia rolled out the GeForce 8800 GT, but now the company is upping the ante for gamers with the 512 MB GeForce 8800 GTS video card.

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Ask.com Invites Users to Erase History

Internet search engine Ask.com's new AskEraser tool lets users delete cookie information from Ask.com servers and prevent Ask.com from storing future queries.

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Everex to Challenge Asus’ EEE PC

The rumored Everex Cloudbook will sell for the same amount as the EEE, but improve on hard drive and processor specs.

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Dell Intros First Tablet PC

The Latitude XT uses the same capacitive touch screen technology used in the iPhone, making multi-touch a possibility.

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Toshiba Plans to Offer SSD Drives

Electronics giant Toshiba has announced it plans to get into the solid-state drive (SSD) market, planning 1.8- and 2.5-inch drives up to 128 GB.

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Microsoft Rebuffs Poor Vista Benchmarks

Microsoft says benchmarking that showed Windows XP performing twice as quickly as Vista doesn't demonstrate anything about real-world performance.

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IBM Files ITC Complaint Against Asus

IBM has filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission, alleging Asus products infringe on three IBM patents.

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Verizon Hit With GPL License Suit

The Software Freedom Law Center has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Verizon Communications, alleging the company illegally distributes BusyBox to FiOS customers.

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Seagate Buys MetaLINCS

Storage vendor Seagate is looking to beef up its services business by acquiring MetaLINCS, whose E-Discovery technology helps companies search vast amounts of data.

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Fasthosts Unilaterally Changes Passwords

The change has left some businesses unable to access their own sites.

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Dell Moving into Best Buy…in January

In a major move, Dell computers will be available in more than 900 Best Buy stores in the United States. The catch: it'll happen after the holiday season.

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BenQ Intros Four New Gaming Monitors

Taiwan's BenQ has announced four new LCD monitors ranging from 19- to 22-inches aimed at gamers, featuring fast response times, HDMI, and high contrast ratios.

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