Court finds Internet Kiosk provider guilty of deceit

The Federal court has declared Daniel Albert, Managing Director of Photo safe, Data Vault and ie Networks, all of which are in liquidation, guilty of deceiving 37 small businesses in a series of scams which offered prospective franchisees high return...

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Sony and Samsung Electronics have reached a basic agreement to build a new US$2 billion manufacturing line for LCD (liquid crystal display) panels, the companies said Monday.

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Lite-On acquires BenQ's optical disk drive factories

Taiwanese optical disk drive maker Lite-On Technology has acquired the optical disk drive manufacturing operations of BenQ, making Lite-On the world's second biggest producer of the storage devices, it announced on Monday.

Microsoft outs typo-squatting menace

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IBM builds security into microprocessor

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390,000 applications for .eu names in first 100 minutes

The registry for the .eu top level domain (TLD) received 390,000 applications in the first 100 minutes after registration was opened to all residents of the European Union, E.U. Information Society and Media Commissioner Viviane Reding said Friday.

Dutch broadens Australia with broadband experiences

Being geographically compact, having a government that fosters a competitive Telco environment and home to a major transcontinental Internet exchange is what makes the Netherlands the number one broadband nation in Europe, members of an official Dutc...

Scientists build high-energy batteries using viruses

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S. have figured out a way to use viruses to build ultrathin lithium-ion batteries that pack three times the normal energy level for their weight and size.

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Expectations for eBay Express are running high among experienced eBay sellers, who view the upcoming specialty site as a potentially significant new channel and have their fingers crossed that the company will build and market it properly.

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