Pre-weekend misc. news

By on November 26, 2004, 3:41 PM
Whatever Happened to SGI? - What high-powered, high-design, graphics-oriented, Unix-based computers are beloved by their fanatical users? Clue: It's not what you think. By Jason Walsh.

Online Identity Theft: Many Medicines, No Cure - Anti-phishing applications, smart cards, and new authentication technologies are vying for your support.

After an absence of a decade, Philips Electronics is making personal computers again on a limited basis.

CA slaps spyware label on Kazaa - P2P program poses threat because of its widespread popularity and its high "clot factor," software maker says.

DVD Jon brings WMV9 support to Linux.




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Tarkus said:
Uh, Kazaa IS spyware. No ifs ands or buts.
Nodsu said:
The SGI link points to the Kazaa article..
Per Hansson said:
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Julio said:
Thanks for the note.
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