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  • Java applets for the masses
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    Java applets for the masses

    A new software tool which enables programming virgins to build and output their own Java apps and applets makes its debut at Internet World tomorrow.

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  • KaZaA collapses under Rambo-style lawsuits
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    KaZaA collapses under Rambo-style lawsuits

    KaZaA, the Dutch software and products company which founded KaZaA.com, is to shut down because it can't afford to defend copyright infringement charg...

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  • Bertelsmann saves Napster
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    Bertelsmann saves Napster

    Bertelsmann is to mop up the rest of Napster - for around $8m.

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  • Compulsory Windows: for Macs, and people without PCs?
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    Compulsory Windows: for Macs, and people without PCs?

    Microsoft has come up with another novel way to make its software compulsory - an annual subscription licensing system for schools where you have to p...

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  • Not Brilliant, KaZaA's crackers
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    Not Brilliant, KaZaA's crackers

    The bundling of distributed computing software within file sharing software used in the KaZaA network continues to generate controversy across the Int...

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  • Apple buys FireWire biz
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    Apple buys FireWire biz

    Apple has bought Zayante, a designer of chips and software for FireWire, the high speed connectivity standard of choice for the iMac.

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  • EB UK v. EB US
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    EB UK v. EB US

    Electronics Boutique UK is going to the High Court in England to see if it can overturn a royalty agreement with Electronics Boutique.

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  • KaZaA ruled perfectly legal
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    KaZaA ruled perfectly legal

    The Dutch courts have dealt a blow to copyright fascism by ruling that KaZaA can't be punished simply because its software might be abused.

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  • Washing machine key to low-power processing
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    Washing machine key to low-power processing

    An interesting article at EE Times on the key to low power processing.

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  • PGP deep-freezed - NAI shrugs
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    PGP deep-freezed - NAI shrugs

    Network Associates has put its PGP Desktop software into the deep freeze, leaving both users and its own staff in the dark.

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