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+ - Microsoft Looks to refuel talks with Yahoo

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froggero1
froggero1 writes "Software-but-not-so-much-search giant Microsoft wants to rekindle the takeover talks with Yahoo. According to the New York Post article, Yahoo! has repeatability turned away their offers, but Microsoft hopes that a lucrative 50 billion dollar offer will bring them back to the table. This move would increase Microsoft's web search market share to roughly 38%. But will one company being in control of the second and third ranked search engines have any impact on Google?"

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The infamous Super Columbine Massacre role-playing game is in the news again after being slammed from Slamdance. But is the game sick or is it a serious examination of the massacre? Unlike most knee-jerk critics, Clive Thompson actually plays the game to find out.


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Networking

+ - First Internet-Enabled Game for the Commodore 64

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Leif_Bloomquist
Leif_Bloomquist writes "At the World of Commodore 2006, we previewed our rewrite of the Commodore 64 classic 'Artillery Duel' that can be played over an Ethernet LAN or the Internet. A playable beta has now been released. We hope it will be the first of many new games written to take advantage of Ethernet cards now available for the C64!"
Technology (Apple)

+ - Cisco on the brink of losing iPhone trademark

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Just when everyone thought that Apple had made a big mistake by announcing the iPhone when Cisco held the rights, it seems Cisco could lose the rights in iPhone in Europe through non-use, according to Out-law.com. There's a trade mark attorney talking about it in their podcast (mp3). So what happens if Cisco has the rights in USA and Apple has the rights in Europe?"
Bug

+ - Crazy Microsoft telnet bug deletes your data!

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havardi
havardi writes "Don't ask me why you'd enable telnet on your Windows XP machine, but if you do be prepared to lose some data. When you logout of your telnet session, virtually everything and anything in Documents & Settings\Username\Local Settings\ is deleted!! Go ahead, give it a ride!"

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