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Panda Software has fixed a flaw in its antivirus products that could have allowed an attack resulting in control over a user's computer, a company spokesman said Friday.

MP3tunes launches music locker service

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IE bug lets hackers phish with Google Desktop

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Consumer advocates push for network neutrality

Would Internet users want to pay US$0.05 every time they visit, or any other Web site? That's one possibility if the U.S. Congress fails to include strong "network neutrality" rules as it debates a comprehensive telecom reform bi...

Sony rootkit: A black eye for security vendors?

Sony BMG Music Entertainment has been lambasted for shipping its spyware-like XCP software on music CDs over the past year, but an important question has gone largely unanswered throughout the controversy: Why didn't security vendors catch the proble...

Microsoft modifying IE to get around Eolas patent

Microsoft plans to change the way its Internet Explorer (IE) browser handles Web pages with interactive content, in part to sidestep patents held by Eolas Technologies, a company spokesman confirmed late Friday.

Sony develops new fuel cell film

More good news for those of us still waiting for practical fuel cells for our gadgets; Sony has developed a new technology that it says could help produce the world's most efficient DMFC (direct methanol fuel cell) yet.

Coming soon: A printer for your TV

Japanese printer makers Seiko Epson and Canon hope the increasing popularity of digital TV broadcasting and home networks will earn their printers a new place in your home: the living room.

Google talks up future additions to Talk

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'Hotspots of the world unite' says Fon

Fon calls itself a movement. It has a manifesto and uses words like solidarity and revolution. The design of Fon's Web site is reminiscent of Soviet propaganda art. Fon comes complete with its own lingo, with participants known as Foneros, Bills, Lin...

Asia: Ripe for mobile TV services but tough picking

The Asia-Pacific region may be ripe for mobile TV services, with its millions of enthusiastic mobile-phone users, but don't expect the picking to be easy, an industry executive said Thursday at a conference in London.

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