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Macromedia To Update Flash For Mobiles

Macromedia plans this week to introduce version 1.1 of its Flash media player for mobile phones.
Computing

Amazon Tries To Sever Toysrus.com Ties

Amazon.com Friday asked a New Jersey Superior Court judge to terminate its long-standing partnership with Toysrus.com and award it damages of more than $750 million.
Computing

EU Microsoft Sancitions Put On Hold

The EU on Sunday temporarily suspended an antitrust decision against Microsoft, pending a judge's decision on whether sanctions x should be delayed while the company appeals.
Computing

UPS Investing $200 Million In Wireless

UPS is making a $200 million global investment in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular technology - a move which will create the largest WiFi network in the world.
Computing

Microsoft’s E-Mail Caller ID Spec Submitted

Microsoft has submitted a technical specification of the e-mail authentication system Sender ID to the Internet Engineering Task Force for consideration as an industry standard.
Cool Tech

Ford Working On WiFi Digital Music Transfer

Ford and Delphi have been working on an in-car digital music system that can syncronize its music tracks with computers on a wireless network.
Computing

AOL Breach Shows Vulnerability Of System

In the world of spam, where valid e-mail addresses are as good as gold, a group of spammers apparently struck the mother lode at America Online.
Photography

SanDisk Expands Low-Cost Storage Retailers

SanDisk has passed the 10,000-store threshold in its efforts to offer inexpensive Shoot & Store flash storage to consumers in places where they shop frequently.
Computing

Value Market Intel Celeron D Now Available

Intel Corporation today introduced the Intel Celeron D processor for the desktop value market segment.
Computing

Man Faces Fraud Charges Over Google Scheme

A California man was arraigned on Thursday on federal extortion and wire fraud charges in relation to a program he claimed could allow people to defraud Google.
Computing

Researchers Warn Of Infectious Web Sites

Security researchers warned Web surfers on Thursday to be on guard after uncovering evidence that corporate Websites have been compromised.
Computing

Anti-Spyware Bill Advances In Congress

A U.S. congressional committee on Thursday approved a bill designed to crack down on deceptive "spyware" that hides in users' computers and secretly monitors their activities.