Microsoft started a campaign against Google and wonders aloud if the company behind worlds most popular search engine can be trusted as they pass information from apps to developers.
Zeropaid reports about a little trick that will improve your search results and download speed on the FastTrack network. By tweaking a registry setting, you'll notice every file you attempt to download, downloads: After using FastTrack Accelerator (a.k.a. Speedup) for...
Submitted by: hank Source: ZDNet Technology giant Microsoft Corp. is giving away software to those who may own pirated copies of its operating systems or applications in an effort to halt illegal copying. The company has created a crew of piracy-busters, dubbed...
The record industry is not only bugging Napster anymore. Also other leading alternatives have begun blocking copyrighted files. Late this week, members of the Israel-based iMesh service--the largest pure file-swapping service left outside of Napster--saw a new note as they...
Today the Blu-ray Disc Association openly states its happiness. "We in the Blu-ray Disc Association are very happy that this long format war is officially over," says Frank Simonis of Philips and European chairman of the Blu-ray Disc Association....
GristyMcFisty used our news submit to tell us that a new tool...
The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) stated on Monday that United States copyright law is broken and that it "isn't working" any more.
Microsoft recently issued an alert and a temporary fix after threat actors released a type of ransomware called DearCry. The ransomware supposedly attacked thousands on unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers, with hundreds of thousands of servers made vulnerable to the...
Mac users running Leopard need to be very careful before purchasing any Adobe Digital Editions e-books, as going by this report, these e-books that are DRM crippled are not compatible with Leopard.  This is despite Adobe promising to sort...
Razorblade2000 used our newssubmit to tell us that there is a (German) website where you can sign a petition against an European DCMA: As you may know the movie and music industry is trying to get an Euro DMCA. The...
Microsoft's vaunted Product Activation protection technology may not have been fully implemented in Office XP after all. Product keys claimed to be "universal" have been circulating on the Web for some weeks now, and a WinXP beta tester's newsgroup...
SlySoft has released a beta version of AnyDVD HD, version 6.1.2.0.  This beta version adds support for new versions of Sony's Arccos protection, fixes a problem with multi-angle titles and Sony Arccos protection and includes various other minor fixes...
HP has invented a new technology to label your CDs and DVDs which uses your CD/DVD burner's laser to create a professional looking label. When you have burned a disc you simply just flip the disc over and burn...
Ian from CDRLabs took once again some time to take a look at a DVD recorder. The latest victim is the Plextor PX-712A. This is Plextors serial-ATA DVD recorder which records DVD-R discs at 8x and DVD+R discs at...
Sony unsurprisingly revealed this week that its soon-to-be-released handheld the PS Vita will store players' online account information directly off the proprietary memory cards set to be released alongside the device, setting up the potential for multiple accounts. The system was designed without any internal storage.
Pretty much everyone who has cable or satellite TV has a choice of several music video channels, such as MTV and VH-1.  As many music video fans have already experienced, there seems...

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