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Napster Bars User Access

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Napster users over the weekend may have found themselves unable to trade music, as the service began blocking access to thousands of copyrighted songs.

Chuck the Evidence!

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Disposable cell phones come to market.

Flash Unleashes Multimedia

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Developers get green light for Pocket PC apps

VerticalNet Purchases Exchange

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VerticalNet Inc., a company that in the past few months said it would move away from the business-to-business exchange model to focus on becoming a software and services provider, late last month said it is buying another exchange

Tag Youre Hit

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As if things weren't already hard enough, online retailers are experiencing yet another e-rip-off: electronic price tag alteration.

Intels Grip Shifts Back to Its Chips

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For the past couple of years, Intel Corp. has pushed to diversify its offerings and reduce its revenue reliance on what it is best known for: the microprocessor

One More Way To Use The Internet

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At the end of my last column, I promised I'd tell you why iRobot-a company co-founded by two MIT grads and an MIT professor-gave its remote-controlled robot human characteristics.

Tivoli Gears Up for Service Provider Battle

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Tivoli Systems Inc. is hoping a revamped strategy and a short list of new customers will put some much-needed momentum behind its service provider initiative

App Conflicts Cleaned Up

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Messaging protocols ebXML and SOAP consolidate, making it simpler, easier for developers

The SuperSet Returns

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They were the Wright Brothers of networking software. But instead of a duo, they were a trio.

Critics Say Italys Sticker Law Wont Stop Piracy

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After years of pressure from the U.S. and copyright holders, Italy, which has one of the highest piracy rates in Western Europe, last fall passed a law cracking down on the piracy of music, software and other copyrighted products.

Web Testing Tools Gain Mind Share

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In what many say is a sign of a maturing industry, several new products designed to debug, stress-test and monitor Web-based applications will be in the spotlight this week

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