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09.09.2004 - The world's easiest Linux desktop deployment and management - NOW FREE!

View News related news. HONG KONG - September 9, 2004 - Now through December 31, 2004, ShaoLin Microsystems offers free download of their flagship product, ShaoLin Aptus - the Linux "Fit Client" enterprise desktop network computing environment. This allows users to download ShaoLin Aptus and use it at no cost.
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09.05.2004 - Lost Hard Drive Contains 23,000 Social Security Numbers

View News related news. Students, faculty, and staff at seven campuses of the California State University (CSU) system are at risk for identity theft after a hardware technician improperly disposed of a computer hard drive with unencrypted database tables that included Social Security numbers and other personal details. The CSU is required, under California law, to notify all affected parties.
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08.17.2004 - ATi 9100 Pro IGP chipset motherboard available in UK

View News related news. EQS Ltd UK launched their ATi 9100 Pro IGP chipset motherboard in June 2004. Based on the latest ATi 9100 Pro IGP chipset, the A44P8-MLF with the new ATi Radeon 9200 integrated graphics, delivers the most powerful onboard graphics solution ever. The onboard ATi Radeon 9200 is able to share up to 128MB of DDR Memory, supporting DirecX 8.1 and Pixel Shader 1.4. With 4 x Dual Channel DDR400, 800MHz FSB support, TV-Out, LAN and 6-channel surround sound, and also FireWire IEEE1394, this motherboard is definitely the best choice for digital video editing, multimedia home users and rich in value for gamers. The EQS M45P8-MLF and A44P8-MLF received very good review from various media publisher in UK.
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08.10.2004 - ObjectsSearch Web API's Available

View News related news. Open source, Nutch-based, search engine has released a beta version of a new API service that allows software developers to incorporate ObjectsSearch's capabilities into their own applications. "Called ObjectsSearch Web APIs (application programming interfaces), the developer's kit provides documentation and sample code for using the service for Java. With the ObjectsSearch Web APIs service, software developers can query ObjectsSearch index from their own computer programs. ObjectsSearch uses the SOAP and WSDL standards so a developer can program in his or her favorite environment - such as Java, Perl, or Visual Studio .NET. " Objects Search is the second search engine after Google to release their own Web API's.
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07.22.2004 - Setback for SCO's Linux battle

View News related news. On Wednesday a Michigan county court judge threw out almost every claim SCO had made against car maker DaimlerChrysler.
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07.15.2004 - Movie Studios Allow Some Video Copying

View News related news. New technology would allow consumers to copy prerecorded digital content. Sumner Lemon, IDG News Service
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06.28.2004 - ShaoLin and ABAS Announce Strategic Alliance Partnership

View News related news. (Hong Kong - June 28, 2004) - ShaoLin Microsystems Ltd, the leading Linux infrastructure and storage solutions provider and ABAS Business Solutions, the leading ERP and eBusiness software provider announced a global strategic alliance partnership today. ABAS and ShaoLin will joinly market ABAS ERP software based-on ShaoLin's enterprise Linux infrastructure solutions.
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06.14.2004 - Pinnacle Studio 9.1.2 patch

View News related news. Pinnacle has published a major update to Pinnacle studio 9: version 9.1.2.
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06.10.2004 - The SCO Group Announces Second Quarter 2004

View News related news. LINDON, Utah, June 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The SCO Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SCOX - News), owner of the UNIX operating system and a leading provider of UNIX-based solutions, today reported revenue of $10,137,000 for the quarter ended April 30, 2004. While current quarter revenue is down from revenue of $21,369,000 from the comparable period of the prior year, this is primarily the result of a lack of SCOsource licensing revenue. SCOsource revenue was $8,250,000 in the second quarter of fiscal year 2003. Revenue for the first two quarters of fiscal year 2004 was $21,529,000 compared to revenue for the first two quarters of fiscal year 2003 of $34,909,000.
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05.22.2004 - FTC Adopts Rule That Requires Notice That Spam Contains Sexually-Explicit Material

View News related news. Starting May 19th 2004, spam that contains sexually oriented material must include the warning “SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT: ” in the subject line or face fines for violations of federal law. The CAN-SPAM Act, passed by Congress in 2003, directed the Federal Trade Commission to adopt a rule requiring a mark or notice to be included in spam that contains sexually oriented material. The purpose of the notice is to inform recipients that a spam message contains sexually oriented material and to make it easier to filter out messages they do not wish to receive. Establishing the mark was one of several actions Congress directed the Commission to undertake by enacting the CAN-SPAM Act, which was signed into law on December 16, 2003. The CAN-SPAM Act required the Commission to prescribe the mark or notice within 120 days after passage of the Act.
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05.14.2004 - Seagate proves you don't need to spin faster--just smarter--to get better performance.

View News related news. At Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (known as WinHEC) in early May Seagate demonstrated its newest serial ATA hard drive, which begins shipping to retailers in a few weeks. What's interesting about the new Barracuda 7200.7 isn't its spin speed, which is a standard 7200 rotations per minute. It's not the capacity, either--a fairly pedestrian 160GB. What's exceptional about this drive is that it includes a new technology called Native Command Queuing that effectively makes the drive smarter, allowing it to perform on par with notably pricier drives that spin much faster.
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05.10.2004 - Gateway countersues HP over patents

View News related news. Gateway said Monday that it is countersuing rival HP in response to a patent infringement suit that HP filed in March. HP has since added new infringement claims and last week filed a claim with the International Trade Commission, according to Gateway's SEC filing.
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05.04.2004 - SCO cuts jobs to reach product profit

View News related news. The SCO Group laid off a "small" number of employees late last week as part of an effort to make its Unix products group profitable, the company said Tuesday.
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04.16.2004 - Cisco issues another security warning

View News related news. Cisco warned customers on Thursday of what security experts are calling a "minor security issue" in its IPSec-based VPN 3000 Concentrator. The problem, which is present in both Linux and Microsoft versions of the IPSec client, occurs when customers configure the VPN (virtual private network) concentrator to accept group passwords rather than digital certificates for authentication.
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03.25.2004 - HP files patent suit against Gateway

View News related news. Hewlett Packard Development Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP, filed the suit Wednesday against Gateway in a district court in southern California. The suit alleges that Gateway infringed certain HP patents and refused to properly compensate HP for their use.
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03.17.2004 - New Peachtree Community Web Site being developed

View News related news. Peachtree Community is where Accountants, Controllers, Bookkeepers and Business Owners “peek over the fence” to see how others are using their Peachtree Software and learn about fresh ideas. The new web site will provide news, training and technical information for Peachtree Accounting Software Products.
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03.05.2004 - Windows XP Service Pack 2 may break existing applications

View News related news. When Microsoft releases Service Pack 2 for Windows XP later this year, some software developers may find their applications no longer work on updated Windows machines.
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03.05.2004 - Michael Dell Steps down.

View News related news. NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Dell Inc. said Thursday that Michael Dell, the PC maker's founder, will relinquish the chief executive post in July but remain as company chairman.
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03.03.2004 - Court orders SCO to show more code

View News related news. A judge on Wednesday ordered both the SCO Group and IBM to reveal more information in their legal tangle over Linux and Unix, including the code SCO believes infringes on its intellectual property.
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03.03.2004 - SCO Group target AutoZone and DaimlerChrysler

View News related news. The software company alleges that AutoZone "violated SCO's Unix copyrights by running versions of the Linux operating system that contain code, structure, sequence and/or organization from SCO's proprietary Unix System V code in violation of SCO's copyrights," it said in a statement released on Wednesday.
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