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  • Nexus Launches New Media Centre Case With Customisable Artwork
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    Nexus Launches New Media Centre Case With Customisable...

    Case makers Nexus has launched its new small form factor "Psile" case, based on Mini-ITX

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  • iBuypower shows off nearly indestructible computer case
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    iBuypower shows off nearly indestructible computer case

    Most computer cases are fairly flimsy contraptions of sheet metal and aluminum, but iBuypower is developing a new case that promises to be much toughe...

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  • Dutch site linking to MP3 files loses court case
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    Dutch site linking to MP3 files loses court case

    A Dutch music website which links to MP3 files had to stop promoting the infringement of artist rights and copyrights, the Dutch court of appeal said...

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  • AMD, Intel tear up protection order
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    AMD, Intel tear up protection order

    Pressure from witnesses subpoenaed by AMD and Intel in the antitrust case they are fighting has caused Tweedledum and Tweedledee to go back to the dra...

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  • Lead plaintiff in Nano class action wants out
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    Lead plaintiff in Nano class action wants out

    Jason Tomczak, the lead plaintiff in the infamous iPod Nano scratch class action suit, is now seeking to distance himself from the case.

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  • Government messenger sacked for Kiwi LLU plan leak
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    Government messenger sacked for Kiwi LLU plan leak

    In a case of "There's quite probably a moral lesson in here, somewhere", a messenger working in the Prime Minister's office in New Zealand h...

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  • Email bomber case to be retried
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    Email bomber case to be retried

    David Lennon, alleged to have used a mail bombing software called Avalanche on a former employer, is going to have to have his case retried

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  • Alleged price fixing memory companies settle for $160 million
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    Alleged price fixing memory companies settle for $160 m...

    Three PC memory manufacturers will pay $160 million to settle an antitrust case brought against them by small to medium sized businesses that purchase...

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  • Spot a computer bug, go to jail
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    Spot a computer bug, go to jail

    In a case with implications for security experts everywhere, who conduct "ethical hacking" in order to test the defences of websites and the...

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  • Judge set to rule on McKinnon "UFO Hacker" case
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    Judge set to rule on McKinnon "UFO Hacker" case

    A Briton who allegedly hacked into US defence systems is to learn whether he will be extradited to the US for trial

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