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EBay adds blogs, wiki to site

EBay is beefing up community-building capabilities on its online auction site to include support for blogs, a new wiki for members to share information and new types of alerts for users to stay on top of sales, the company announced on Wednesday.

Pressure mounts in Europe against Apple DRM

Pressure is mounting in Europe for Apple Computer to loosen the ties between its iTunes music store and its iPod music players, with activity in Norway and the U.K. this week demonstrating opposition to Apple's policies.

EBay goes mobile with Opera in Germany

EBay is offering its users in Germany a customized version of the Opera Mini cell phone browser to make it easier for them to buy and sell things through the eBay site from their mobile phone.

Claim to 'Web 2.0' brand provokes blog uproar

A media company claiming ownership of the term "Web 2.0" has relented in its attempt to prevent an Irish organization from using the term to promote a conference, following adverse reaction by a number of bloggers.

Nokia to open source its mobile browser code

In a bid to encourage the mobile phone industry to standardize on a single Web browser, Nokia on Wednesday released the source code for the mobile phone Web browser it developed last year.

Germany charges 3,500 in file-sharer sweep

German investigators charged 3,500 people with illegal music sharing, in the biggest single sweep of its kind, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) said Tuesday.

New Zfone release encrypts VoIP for Windows users

Zfone, a free piece of software that encrypts voice over IP calls in a way that may circumvent government eavesdropping laws in some countries, is now available to Windows users, its developer said on Sunday.

Scientists build a world of 'software beings'

Politicians could one day determine the results of elections before they take place, thanks to a European research project that will study social interactions between millions of virtual human beings.

Google complains about IE-search link

Google said Tuesday that it has complained to the European Commission about the way that Microsoft bundles its own search mechanism in the newest version of Internet Explorer.

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