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By Patrick Garmoe, Duluth News-Tribune, Minn. Aug. 5--There's a good chance that Jammie Thomas, found liable last October in the nation's first music download trial, will get another chance in court.
WHITE PLAINS, NY, July 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sellers on eBay(R), the leading Internet auction website can now add an eye-catching edge to their offered product listings, thanks to a newly expanded array of free-for-the- asking graphics applications from Webfetti, the globally popular graphics website.
By Caleb Chapman, Kerrville Daily Times, Texas Jul. 30--Trying to find the latest times for the local showing of "The Dark Knight" may prove troublesome for your PC. Computers around the world are struck by computer viruses every second, but one floating around right now hits close to home.
By Caleb Chapman, Kerrville Daily Times, Texas Jul. 24--As one local resident learned, software claiming to be a legitimate antivirus program can be just the opposite.
By DUNKERLEY, Adam Why is it so slow?! A good question. At some stage we've all experienced the frustration of a slow computer. Right when the deadline is tightest or the result is most critical, speed takes a nose dive.
CALGARY, June 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Multiplied Media Corporation, a Calgary-based provider of local search services, is pleased to announce their Poynt Local Search service on the instant messaging platform reached 52,795 users over the weekend.
Infectious computer programs called â€œtrojansâ€ were removed from computers 300 percent more in the second half (July through December) of 2007 than in the first half, according to a new report.
LOS ANGLES, Jan 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to increase the awareness of its upcoming movie Untraceable, Sony Pictures Entertainment has partnered with SUPERAntiSpyware.com.
Internet researchers at Harvard and Oxford universities said on Tuesday they are seeking to enlist Web users in a program to name and shame suppliers of spyware and other malicious software programs.
File-sharing service Grokster will stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs without permission as part of a settlement with the recording industry, an industry group said on Monday.