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Europe's mistake on Microsoft July 18, 2006 CompTIA's Hugo Lueders says the EC's decision to fine Microsoft has more to do with hubris than with sound policy.
How do you make a fuel cell? Print it May 31, 2006 South San Francisco start-up develops money-saving technique for producing mechanical components: Use industrial printers. Photos: Printing small parts
Reverse-engineering 'The Godfather' for gaming March 6, 2006 Electronic Arts artists had to watch the old film over and over to capture characters' look and feel. Video: Trailer of 'Godfather,' the game Image: Progeny of 'Godfather'
Brazil protests ratification of OOXML May 30, 2008 Associacao Brasileira de Normas Tecnicas issues an appeal to the ISO on the grounds that a key meeting in April was inconclusive and that discussions on the matter sometimes descended into farce.
Squeezing more fuel out of scraps July 2, 2007 The barnyard has lots of energy potential. But the waste--whether animal- or vegetable-based--needs to be treated properly.
New York: Will pay for bacteria December 21, 2006 Empire State has kicked in nearly $15 million to help build new ethanol plant that lets microbes do the dirty work.
Mozilla: Hackers control bug disclosure March 24, 2007 Software industry is still at the mercy of bug hunters when it comes to releasing security bugs, Mozilla executive says.Photo: Security researchers talk bugs
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