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Microsoft expects legal action from Adobe in EU

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Wireless trial gets the green light

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Skype offers more free conferencing

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AMD woos gamers with 4x4 platform

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) launched a four-core chip platform for video gamers Thursday, continuing to battle Intel for buzz in the high-end "enthusiast" segment.

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Conexus is claiming its new range of products from US-based Mac virtualisation vendor, Parallels, will offer Apple resellers a plethora of new opportunities in the Mac space.

Will WiMax play second fiddle to 3G?

Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan has sunk the boot into the much talked about high-speed mobile broadband service known as WiMax, saying it will play a secondary role to 3G in Australia in the coming years.

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One of the world's biggest IT trade shows will throw open its doors in Taiwan next week, showcasing new laptop processors from the world's two biggest chip makers, as well as a raft of new devices for the digital home.

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