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MySpace Getting Rid of Spammers

With the expanding invasion of spam messages in the internet, MySpace has taken its most recent in a series of steps to combat exploitation on its web site. Accordingly, Scott Richter of Colorado has lately been ordered to give a total of US$6 million as damages and legal fee for spamming a great number of […]

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vdr | June 25th, 2008 | Continued

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Gates Retires as Microsoft’s Leader

It was announced in 2006 that Bill Gates had plans to go part-time as a board chairman so that he could spend more of his time guiding his global health charity, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Consequently, this Friday marks the last day of his full-time tenure as the leader of the software giant […]

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vdr | June 18th, 2008 | Continued

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Amazon.com Suffers Further Outages

After the company experienced outages and performance problems in North America, Amazon.com crashed yet again blocking seven out of ten customers from accessing Amazon’s homepage. However, users who did access the homepage had to endure slower access and download speeds. Amazon users usually download in seven seconds or less, but during the temporary suspension […]

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vdr | June 11th, 2008 | Continued

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China Leader with a Page on Facebook

Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, also known as “Grandpa Wen”, has joined the online social networking world through a page on Facebook having over 13,000 supporters.
The page seems to have been put up recently but it’s not clear whether Wen made it himself; perhaps another government official or someone not related to the prime minister. […]

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vdr | June 3rd, 2008 | Continued

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Windows 7 with Multitouch Interface

Perhaps an interesting but unsurprising move, Microsoft plans to add multitouch interface to Windows 7 which will be released late 2009. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the iPhone-like touchscreen feature at The Wall Street Journal’s “D: All Things Digital” forum. A demonstration showed that the multitouch technology can process not just a mere touch but […]

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vdr | May 29th, 2008 | Continued

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Our Own Self-Destruction

There are people who are opposed to the advancement of technology.  They claim that it causes too much harm and destruction.  I say they’re wrong.  There’s no stopping man from causing self-destruction.  What we actually need is to be equipped with things that will protect us from the inevitable evolving brain of […]

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26Jun2008 | blogger | 0 comments | Continued
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Microsoft and Yahoo Still Trying To Work Things Out

It’s been four months since Yahoo constantly rejected Microsoft’s offer of surrogating while the software maker announced that the battle is not worth it. Microsoft Chief Steve Ballmer corroborated to offer $33 a share but Yahoo was embracing at least $37 a share or more than $5 billion that Microsoft was willing to spend, as […]

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23May2008 | vdr | 1 comment | Continued
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Tarnished Silverlight

Microsoft recently released a plug-in for a web browser called Silverlight and codenamed Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere while its development was still underway.  The program offers support for fully loaded internet applications such as audio and video playback, vector graphics, and animation.
It could supply a graphics system in a retained mode and could actually integrate […]

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21May2008 | vdr | 0 comments | Continued
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Facebook and MySpace Troubles

The MVP Sports Media Training developed the program, YouDiligence, which was intended for the athletic departments of colleges who are alarmed with the possibility that their student-athletes may be involved with activities that happen online. YouDiligence is described by the promotional materials of MVP as the pioneering product created to assist the athletic department of […]

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15May2008 | vdr | 0 comments | Continued
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Who Is In Control?

Sorting out stories would be a whole lot easier when there is a digital video surveillance that would follow everyone around and capture what everyone is doing. That would be against the privacy of a person though but then there are something’s that should be recorded.

Like the different versions of the stories of Jerry Yang […]

Popularity: 72% [?]

7May2008 | blogger | 8 comments | Continued