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Samsung Unveils 10-Megapixel Camera Phone

Samsung Electronics has developed a mobile phone equipped with a camera featuring the world's highest resolution for any camera phone. The South Korean electronics firm said the camera will initially be sold in its home market. Samsung's SCH-B600 model has a 10-megapixel camera that enables users to...

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Collax Releases Business Server Suite for Linux

Collax has announced the launch of Collax Business Server, a suite of open source applications for security, networking and communications. Collax Business Server is a Linux-based solution available as a free software license for up to five non-commercial users. It can be scaled for use in small to...

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RNSoft Upgrades Dreamweaver Extension for RSS Feeds

RNSoft on Wednesday released RSS DreamFeeder version 1.5, a free update to the company's Dreamweaver extension for creating RSS feeds from existing Dreamweaver-based content. The product's new version features improved control for connecting pages to feeds using LINK tags, and introduces support for...

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Company to Preview Linux Platform for Mobile Phones

A la Mobile on Monday said a demo version of its Convergent Linux platform -- a complete and configurable open source operating system for mobile phones -- is available for preview. Convergent Linux is the first mobile OS platform that can enable a single software stack in binary form to move across...

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EA to Feed Gamers’ Need for Speed

Game maker Electronic Arts has revealed a few details about Need for Speed Carbon, which is slated to hit the streets in November. Under development by EA Black Box in Vancouver, British Columbia, Need for Speed Carbon will challenge players to face the ultimate test of driving skill on treacherous ...

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EA Gets Rights for ‘Lord of the Rings’ Games

Electronic Arts announced this week that it has been granted the rights to develop games based on J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings." EA has been developing games based on New Line Cinema's theatrical productions of "The Lord of the Rings" since 2001. The new deal expands EA's rights to the bo...

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Firefox Continues to Pick Up Steam

Firefox is close to reaching 10 percent share in the competitive Web browser marketplace, according to the latest data from Web site monitoring firm NetApplications. Firefox market share for browser usage grew to 8.71 percent during the month of June up from 8 percent in May, NetApplications' report...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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