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Microsoft accused on net browser 200°
December 15, 2007 // 5:13 pm - A complaint has been filed to the European Commission accusing Microsoft of stifling competition by tying its browser to Windows.

Opera Software said the close ties between Internet Explorer (IE) and Windows made it hard for rivals to be a serious choice for web users.

Opera also said Microsoft flouted web standards, making it much harder for browsers to be interoperable.

Microsoft said putting its browser in its operating system benefited users.

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The EC confirmed that it had received the complaint from the Norwegian...

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Revamped Web site launches to 'unleash the most advanced system around' 50°
November 21, 2007 // 9:43 pm - Sony has launched a revamped version of its PlayStation 3 Web site over at PlayStation.com with the slogan of 'Unleash the most advanced system around' being clearly displayed.

Once you click start, there are tabs to the guts, the controller, the network, beyond games, and the gallery. Cool stuff indeed!

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Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Web site opens! 50°
October 21, 2007 // 7:41 pm - Sony has launched the official Web site for Gran Turismo 5 Prologue at www.Gran-Turismo.com today.

There are new screenshots, videos, info on game content and the new TV feature as well as a first-look at the official box art (pictured below).

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Data row hits mobile mast website 50°
October 2, 2007 // 3:17 pm - The future of a website which details all the mobile phone masts in the UK is in doubt following a row over divulging "commercially sensitive" information.

The Sitefinder website is maintained by media regulator Ofcom, following a request from the government in 2000.

But mobile firms stopped giving data to the site last year after Ofcom was told it must publish grid references of all the masts in a searchable database.

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China web-user dies after three-day online binge 50°
September 17, 2007 // 10:32 pm - BEIJING (AFP) - A man in southern China collapsed and died after a three-day marathon online session at a cybercafe, state media reported on Monday.

The web-user, estimated to be 30 years old, suddenly collapsed in front of his computer terminal in Guangdong province, and emergency personnel were unable to revive him, the Beijing News reported.

"According to preliminary findings, the length of time this man spent online might have triggered heart problems," the paper quoted a local hospital emergency medic in the city of Zhongshan as saying.

The paper did...

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Build your own PC webcam with a PSP-2000 50°
September 17, 2007 // 1:35 pm - If you've already read part one, part two, and part three of our hands on with the PSP-2000, you pretty much know its capabilities. But what if I told you there's yet another thing it can do that the old PSP can't? The guys at GadgetMadness...

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The Biggest Ever BitTorrent Leak: MediaDefender Internal Emails Go Public 50°
September 15, 2007 // 3:55 pm - The company MediaDefender works with the RIAA and MPAA against piracy, setting up fake torrents and trackers and disrupting p2p traffic. Previously, the TorrentFreak site accused them of setting up a fake internet video download site designed to catch and bust users. MediaDefender denied the entrapment charges.

Now 700MB of MediaDefender's internal emails from the last 6 months have been leaked onto BitTorrent trackers. The emails detail their entire plan, including how they intended to distance themselves from the fake company they set up and future strategies. Other pieces of company...

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Chinese web filtering 'erratic' 50°
September 12, 2007 // 5:23 pm - China's firewall that tries to sanitise web browsing is much more porous than previously thought, says a study.

Carried out by US researchers outside China, it found that the firewall often failed to block what the Chinese government finds objectionable.

The firewall was least effective when lots of Chinese web users were online.

Often, said the study, the idea of the firewall was more effective than the technology at discouraging talk about banned subjects.

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