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A federal judge has ruled in favor of the six major movie studios suing RealNetworks over its RealDVD software.
A judge has ruled that Microsoft is no longer allowed to sell Microsoft Word in the United States because of a patent infringement.
SSD. Now. V plus.
Now you can play with passwords all you want.
Yahoo! has gone domain name shopping and come back with OMG.com
This new SSD firmware collects garbage. What does your HDD do for you?
Choose your gift for commitment.
Toshiba has confirmed plans to launch Blu-ray players and computers.
Dell has announced that the company will be discontinuing one member of its Mini line, the Dell Mini 12.
What's tech support worth to you?
The capacity bar has been raised according to TDK's roadmap.
The CEO of Yahoo! says that Yahoo! was never a search company.
New Rage screenshots appear from Siggraph presentation.
How much does an Apple board member get paid, anyways?
The eSATA interface provides a lot more bandwidth than USB, making it attractive for high-speed thumb drives. Maxell, OCZ, and Silicon Image sent us their eSATA sticks, and we also looked at Kingston’s new...
This mouse still has its tail.
Bigger drives getting faster.
PCI-SIG has delayed the release PCIe 3.0 protocol to 2010.
Google has announced that it will purchase video compression company On2 for a cool $106 million.
Microsoft Stores to have this brand.
Transcend's new value-priced JetFlash V15 series of USB flash drives come pre-installed with Trend Micro USB Security.
Eager to try Android on your netbook? Well, now you can.
One little nano receiver to rule them all.
Windows XP Mode hits the release candidate stage, download it today!
Mozilla has announced that the company's Firefox browser has reached a milestone of one billion downloads.