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New Internet service protects user privacy

Author: JT Smith

In response to growing demand for user privacy and control on the Internet, Mailshell.com today unveiled its free email
management service that protects user privacy and eliminates all junk email before it reaches a user’s inbox, reports Business Wire.

Judge rules in favor of film companies in DVD case

Author: JT Smith

A federal judge ruled Thursday in favor of the motion picture industry in its battle to protect DVDs from being copied on computers, reported The Associated Press. More at Wired.com, and CNet.

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  • Linux

Linuxlab’s new load-balancing software

Author: JT Smith

Linux PR reports, Linuxlab has released version 2.0 of its innovative FarMan load-balancing software.

Airborne e-mail

Author: JT Smith

The Associated Press reports, AT&T Wireless Aviation, the No. 2 purveyor of in-flight telephone service in North America, announced a
new service this week dubbed ePlane that the company hopes to sell to its airline customers, which include American Airlines and Northwest Airlines.

IDG launches micronetwork

Author: JT Smith

Providing a central location for breaking news on all facets of security issues facing the IT and Internet security industry, International Data Group (IDG) today announced the launch of its
Security-Informer micronetwork, reports Business Wire.

Review of Nautilus 0.1

Author: JT Smith

UserLand reviews Eazel’s newly released Nautilus 0.1.

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  • Linux

LinuxDevices.com Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter

Author: JT Smith

The LinuxDevices.com Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for August 17 is out.

New strain of “Love” virus steals passwords

Author: JT Smith

Security experts say that a new strain of the infamous “I Love You” virus has hit some businesses located in Europe and in the United States, reports CNet News.

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  • Linux

Logitech is set to go beyond the PC

Author: JT Smith

Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech International SA plans to move beyond the personal computer into living rooms and onto the
Internet, a senior executive told Reuters on Thursday.

Monterey to bear fruit this year

Author: JT Smith

Project Monterey, IBM’s next-generation Unix operating system, which supports Linux applications and runs on Intel’s 64bit processors (IA-64), will be released this year under the name AIX 5L, reported the Computer Reseller News.

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  • Linux