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Toy manufacturer Mattel and Intel last week announced the first fruit of their cooperation -- two PC-enhanced toys designed for interactive play.
The defense for Microsoft has regained some ground, recreating the botched video demonstration it previously used in court, and showing that a sophisticated user could still find ways of browsing the Internet following the Felten browser removal prog...
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The US DoJ has stunned the courtroom in showing that beyond doubt Microsoft used multiple PCs to film a videotape segment the company had implied was a seamless segment filmed on one PC
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