PC Makers Still Not Pleased With Chinese Censorship Software



From DailyTech: Although PC makers may not be overly happy with the Chinese government's demand to install filtering and censorship software on each PC and notebook sold in the country, manufacturers are reluctantly agreeing.

Sony has become the first major manufacturer to...

Yahoo redesigns data center, ditches carbon offsets



From CNET News.com: Yahoo thinks its plan for a new data center could eventually help the company achieve carbon-neutral status without having to resort to the purchase of carbon offsets.

Yahoo designed its forthcoming data center to let outside air cool the servers at all...

With 3.5 launch, Firefox faces new challengers



From CNET News.com: A funny thing to happened to Firefox on the way to vanquishing Internet Explorer: the Mozilla browser's success opened the door for a host of its other competitors.

Even as Internet Explorer's market share has slipped--down a dramatic 8 percentage points...

Foxconn Is Not Quitting the Channel Business – Company



From X-bit Labs: Foxconn, a subsidiary of the contract electronics maker Foxconn Technology Group (Hon Hai Precision Industry), does not have plans to quit the channel business amid the global economic recession, the company said. The only changes that will happen to the channel...

Report: Dell developing handheld Internet device



From InfoWorld: Dell is developing a handheld mobile device designed for Internet access, following in the footsteps of rival Apple, according to a news report published in the Wall Street Journal on Monday.

Dell engineers are developing prototype devices that resemble Apple...

Citibank Tests out Payments Using Mobile Phones



From PC World: Citibank is starting a large trial of the use of mobile phones to make credit card payments at retail outlets and other points-of-sale in Bangalore, which the company is branding as "Citi Tap and Pay".

The trial will cover 3,000 to 5,000 mobile users and about...

Supreme Court allows wider DVR use



From CNET News.com: The Supreme Court on Monday delivered a blow to the television networks when it declined to hear a case about a digital video recorder technology, opening the gate for wider use of DVR systems.

The case began in 2006 when Cablevision Systems, the New York...
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