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Friday, February 8, 2002


Government, Industry Launch Security Campaign
by Associated Press
A host of technology industry leaders have teamed up with government security agencies to launch a new online education program designed to teach computer users how to protect their home and small business computers online.

Apple Spams Users With Virus
Swedish screensaver gets users into trouble.


Apple's Acquisition Of Nothing Real: Insanely Great Or Just Plain Insane?
by John B. Virata, Digital Producer
Apple is walking a fine line with the acquisition of these software developers, a line that some in the industry believe Apple has already crossed.


Friday, February 8, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Rumormonger: iPod II.

Dan Gillmor: The fact is there's absolutely no good excuse, and Apple surely knows it.

PluckyX Headline Grabber.

Your burgers and fries — up close.


Microsoft, Justice Dept. May Refine Antitrust Accord
by Jonathan Krim, Washington Post
Microsoft and the Justice Department are weighing the possibility of modifying the antitrust settlement they reached last year after the government received more than 30,000 public comments on the deal.

Ten Years As A Willing Microsoftie
by Andrew Leonard, Salon
A programmer's account of life at the evil empire is surprisingly un-Borg-like.

Intel May Still Not Be Absolved In EC Investigation
by Jack Robertson and Faith Hung, EBN
A complaint against Intel filed by archrival Advanced Micro Devices is apparently still pending.

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