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Judge refuses to block spread of hacked DVD code
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12/29/1999   Post a comment
A lawyer for the licensing agency responsible for DVD security asked a judge Wednesday to halt the spread of hacked code that can be used to thwart DVD encryption. The request came as part of a lawsuit by the DVD Copy Control Association Inc., which wants to remove from the Internet a small software program that can copy the encrypted video portion of a DVD disk.
LEDs light up Times Square
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12/28/1999   Post a comment
The Nasdaq is expected to light up Times Square at a 5:20 p.m. EDT ceremony today with a 120 x 90-foot display that lays claim to being the world's biggest. The display at Nasdaq MarketSite Tower consists of almost 19-million light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and covers roughly a 10,736 square-foot area, rising more than eight floors.
Company uses MIPS to "Ramp" toward DSL platforms
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12/27/1999   Post a comment
Ramp Networks Inc., a company with nearly five years' experience developing broadband access systems for small-office/home-office markets, will make a break with its original ISDN WebRamp routers, moving to a platform optimized for Digital Subscriber Line service.
Security company delivers free Linux firewall
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12/27/1999   Post a comment
Firewall developers in the Unix and NT camps will have to develop effective responses to a new gauntlet thrown down by a security developer in the Linux community.
Hitachi, UMC eye logic at 300-mm joint venture fab
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12/27/1999   Post a comment
Hitachi Ltd. and Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp. today (12/27) announced plans for a joint venture in 300-mm wafer processing, which will be based in Japan and begin manufacturing operations in early 2001. The unnamed joint-venture company will be located in Hitachi's N3 building in Hitachinaka, and it is scheduled to begin pilot runs of 300-mm wafers in January 2001.
E-books turn the page on mobile requirements
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12/21/1999   Post a comment
As mobile computing de-vices such as electronic books proliferate, it quickly becomes apparent that the requirements for such devices differ greatly from those of traditional portables, such as notebook computers.
E-book vendors gird for technical challenges
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12/21/1999   Post a comment
Despite the ease and cost savings of electronic communications when compared with traditional publication methods, the computer revolution has failed to make a dent in the overwhelming predominance of paper document production. Indeed, as Robert Faber, senior vice president at Softbook Inc. (Menlo Park, Calif.), explains in his contribution to this week's focus section on electronic-book design, computer-generated text combined with low-cost printers has only increased the use of paper.
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