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A US$30 million lawsuit launched against MySpace by a 14 year girl who was allegedly sexually assaulted by a 19 year old man she met…
Monday, 19 June 2006 17:04

Will Europe be Apple's Waterloo

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For more than two decades, Apple Computer has excelled at creating high quality closed proprietary systems at the top end of the price band, loved…
The market may not have responded to the announcement of the retirement of Bill Gates from the pivotal role of chief software architect at Microsoft.…
The issue of so-called Net neutrality is a sticky one. Not only is it difficult to understand, it cuts across political boundaries and it is…
It seems that the lure of Chinese lucre is proving too much for companies like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, who in order to get a…
The news that Microsoft users are shocked because the anti-piracy Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program reports back to home base is astounding. The astounding thing,…
Our latest poll shows that about two out every three readers think that the newly announced Google Spreadsheet is not a serious threat to Microsoft…
Wednesday, 07 June 2006 19:00

Google Spreadsheet fuss beyond belief

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A few months ago a co-worker sent me a link to an Ajax based online word processor called Ajax Write  with a message about how…
A poll of a reasonable sample of computer users shows that a majority want Adobe to allow Microsoft to save Office 2007 files in PDF…
It seems that an analyst can speculate about virtually anything these days and before too long rumours will be circulating and start to be taken…

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