Weekend misc. news

By on August 31, 2003, 3:06 PM
NEC Corp. plans to market a laptop computer next year that can display 3-D images without requiring special glasses.

Close up: What motivates designers of computer viruses?

Microsoft seeks cash from IM client makers - Microsoft Corp. is contacting providers of instant messaging (IM) software to try to cut licensing deals before it boots the clients from its MSN IM network.

Google Removes Links (Kazaa Lite) in Response to DMCA Complaint.

Japan, China and South Korea plan to develop an original operating system in a bid to challenge the domination of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows, news reports said.




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---agissi--- said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by TS | Julio [/i]NEC Corp. [url=http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000101&sid=a
nrr5Yb9Lr0&refer=japan]plans[/url] to market a laptop computer next year that can display 3-D images without requiring special glasses. [/quote] Thats awesome!!!! :D We're defently got the potential :) Umm yay.
consie89 said:
Lets hope that the east does make an OS to really rival Windows. Its about time theres someone to challenge the monopoly of Microsoft.
XtR-X said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by TS | Julio [/i][url=http://slashdot.org/articles/03/08/31/1349214.shtml
tid=153&tid=99]Google Removes Links[/url] (Kazaa Lite) in Response to DMCA Complaint. [/quote] Doesn't really stop anything....
Vehementi said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by TS | Julio [/i][url=http://slashdot.org/articles/03/08/31/1349214.shtml
tid=153&tid=99]Google Removes Links[/url] (Kazaa Lite) in Response to DMCA Complaint.[/quote] I thought Google was against Evil :confused:
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