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How to kill a bug
The FBI hunts for the origins of a password-stealing program that came in a new strain of the infamous "Love" bug, but security experts say operating systems, applications and even consumers are the real danger.

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IPO time for Transmeta
Transmeta, the processor start-up that hopes to take on Intel in the lucrative market for notebook chips, filed yesterday to raise $200 million through an initial public offering.

DVD crackdown
A federal judge handed the motion picture industry a legal win yesterday in its battle to keep DVDs from being copied and distributed online.

eBay faces international checkpoints
eBay's intention to sell products around the world using language translation software has made its stock take off faster than a transcontinental jet. However, many business and translation software experts say that eBay CEO Meg Whitman's vision of convenient e-commerce worldwide is a pipe dream, at least for the foreseeable future.

Viacom may be reorganizing MTVi Group
Media giant Viacom is considering reorganizing its MTVi Group now that the prospects of an initial public offering for the Internet division have dimmed, according to sources close to the company.

High-tech manufacturers add brains to brawn
The contract manufacturing business, once just a cheap source of labor for assembling electronic equipment, is undergoing a radical transformation, becoming not just the screwdrivers and soldering irons behind the high-tech economy but the brains as well.


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Ex-Oracle VP wins wrongful termination suit

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Southwestern Bell DSL customers sue over bandwidth

Verizon talks intensify after all-nighter

Entertainment & Media

E-book publisher wary of Stephen King distribution woes

Napster may not keep circuit court support

Personal Technology

Erratic Windows Me contest site irks Web surfers

Symbian mobile OS gains ground with Sanyo deal


Layoffs show B2B not immune to rocky times

Is Toys "R" Us headed for e-commerce sidelines?

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