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Google, VMware Give App Devs More Platform Options

Google has taken a major step toward providing more platform choices for Java developers with Google App Engine for Business, built in partnership with VMware, which allows the use of multiple platforms to develop applications. "Enterprises are looking for an evolutionary road map to the cloud," sai...

FTC to Look Into Copy Machine Privacy Breakdown

The Federal Trade Commission has responded to an April 29 letter from Rep. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., expressing concerns about sensitive data stored on digital copiers' hard drives. Markey's letter followed CBS News' April 19 airing of a report on its investigation into the matter. The FTC said it ...

HP’s New Laptop Lineup Leans Heavily on AMD

HP has announced a spring product rollout that includes 14 notebooks powered by AMD. The PCs span all user categories from enterprise to consumer. Although Intel does have a presence, AMD is the star of the show. This is "the largest single introduction of HP and AMD notebooks on one day," said Mike...

Activision Gets In On Bungie’s Next Wild Ride

Activision Blizzard has struck a 10-year deal that gives it worldwide rights to publish and distribute the next big action game universe from Bungie, the developer behind "Halo" and other popular game franchises. "We're committed to this alliance with Activision on the new IP universe we're buildin...

SC Agrees to Consider Constitutionality of Violent Video Game Law

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review a California law banning the sale of violent video games to minors. California civil code 1746.1 reads "A person may not sell or rent a video game that has been labeled as a violent video game to a minor." The Supreme Court will review Schwarzenegg...

Library of Congress to House Billions and Billions of Tweets

Next time you tweet, you may want to consider your role in history. The Library of Congress plans to archive all public posts from Twitter, dating back to the 2006 debut of the popular social networking service. Details on tweet availability will be worked out within the next several months, accordi...

The Mighty Fall at Pwn2Own

Three security experts tore into three Web browsers on Wednesday, the first day of the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver, exposing flaws on a MacBook, iPhone and Windows PC, and winning cash and hardware in the process. Network security provider TippingPoint's Zero Day Initiative organized...

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