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Wednesday, 27 September 2006 18:53

Microsoft accused of withholding Vista APIs

Security vendors are almost apoplectic, claiming Microsoft is deliberately withholding access to its Vista spyware product.
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Wednesday, 27 September 2006 18:35

Google Video to feature university lectures

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Online video is no longer just fun and games: You might actually learn something.

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Wednesday, 27 September 2006 18:31

Google to keep focus on Web search

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Google Inc. is unlikely to make any major investments in original content, choosing instead to keep its focus on Internet search, a top executive from the Web powerhouse said on Tuesday.

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Wednesday, 27 September 2006 18:03

Google Video launched in Australia

Google has launched of Google Video in Australia, enabling Australians to search for, upload and share their videos. When users visit Google Video at https://video.google.com.au, they can now discover a large range of local video content, including funny home videos, movie trailers, music videos and sports clips - from both amateur and professional video producers - as well as search through Google's growing international index of online videos.

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Wednesday, 27 September 2006 17:49

Microsoft offers Explorer patch ahead of schedule

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released a security patch to fix a "critical" hole in its Internet Explorer Web browser that the world's biggest software maker said could allow an attacker to take control of a user's computer.

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Tuesday, 26 September 2006 20:35

AOL braces for class action suit

AOL is bracing itself to defend the indefensible as it prepares to face what could go down as one of the biggest class action suits in internet history.

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Tuesday, 26 September 2006 20:35

Malware lurks behind safety seal

Sites handed the TRUSTe seal of approval are twice as likely to host malware or engage in spamming as those not endorsed by any security certificate, according to a study by spyware researcher Ben Edelman.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 26 September 2006 20:05

Microsoft may rush out IE patch

Microsoft is working 'non-stop' to fix the latest flaw in Internet Explorer, as attacks flood in.
Published in Market
Friday, 22 September 2006 01:32

Nokia brings Microsoft's Live Search to handhelds

Nokia and Microsoft have teamed up to make Microsoft's Live Search service a menu option on Nokia cellphones based on its S60 platform.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 15 September 2006 00:43

Yahoo search on Acer PCs take on Dell-Google

It seems that Windows Live Search is being  left out in the cold as the two search leaders Google and Yahoo form alliances to bundle their browser search toolbars and form a co-branded presence with major PC manufacturers Dell and Acer. The latest such deal sees Yahoo sign an agreement with fast growing PC maker Acer to form a co-branded browser start page and the Yahoo search toolbar on the IE7 browser.

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Google has announced that it now offers Google Earth virtual travellers multimedia content related to locations that they view on the web using the service. Content providers such as Discovery Network, Turn Here, National Park Service and the Jane Goodall Institute will overlay their videos and text information about locations at the click of an icon.

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Wednesday, 13 September 2006 12:26

Windows Live News on the cards?

I'm having a play with the new Windows Live.com search site and flicking between it and Google, thinking to myself how remarkably similar the sites are in many respects. Like Google, Live Search can handle news queries. So I start typing in news queries for both and then it hits me.
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Wednesday, 13 September 2006 08:24

Windows Live Search goes live

Microsoft has officially lifted the covers off its Live Search competitor to Google, announcing that the software company is taking its new search product out of beta. However, a quick visit to the www.live.com page will show a site similar to Google's but still with the red Beta tag appended.

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US internet company America Online has fired its relatively recently appointed chief technology officer and two other staff as a result of the most embarrassing public blunder in the company's history, which saw the privacy of 658,000 AOL customers compromised.

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