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  • Microsoft sets up alternate Web site
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    Microsoft sets up alternate Web site

    Microsoft said Monday it has set up a secondary Web site for users affected by an Internet virus that will seek to block them from the software giant'...

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  • Microsoft releases early browser fix
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    Microsoft releases early browser fix

    The software giant broke its once-a-month schedule on Monday to fix a critical flaw in Internet Explorer that could allow malicious coders to take con...

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  • Adobe software to plug into grids
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    Adobe software to plug into grids

    Adobe Systems has signed a deal with GridIron Software that will enable its video effects software to tap into spare computing power on a network.

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  • Engineering geek names son version 2.0
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    Engineering geek names son version 2.0

    Tacking Jr.

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  • MyDoom Knocks Down SCO Web Site
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    MyDoom Knocks Down SCO Web Site

    The MyDoom Internet worm on Sunday knocked down the Web site of a small software company by bombarding it with a flood of data as Microsoft Corp.

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  • Lindows puts software on P2P nets
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    Lindows puts software on P2P nets

    Linux software seller Lindows.com announced it plans to distribute its LindowsLive operating system for free via peer-to-peer networks.

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  • MyDoom Not So Bad in Asia
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    MyDoom Not So Bad in Asia

    The MyDoom virus that is causing system shutdowns for ISPs and enterprise systems in the United States is also affecting Europe and Asia, although the...

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  • Oracle Jumps on RFID Bandwagon
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    Oracle Jumps on RFID Bandwagon

    Oracle is joining the growing ranks of vendors offering RFID capabilities in its software, with the release of its next version of Oracle Warehouse Ma...

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  • Intel Signals 64-Bit Offering May Be on Horizon
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    Intel Signals 64-Bit Offering May Be on Horizon

    Intel President and Chief Operating Officer Paul Otellini on Wednesday said the world's largest chip maker would likely give its 32-bit microprocessor...

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  • Gates foresees seamless software
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    Gates foresees seamless software

    Microsoft founder Bill Gates expressed his vision Wednesday for a future in which advanced software will seamlessly connect personal computers with mo...

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