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Premium-Inhalt. Three major LCD (liquid crystal display) panel makers have agreed to pay US$585 million in fines for price-fixing, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said Wednesday.
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Premium-Inhalt. Due to an editing error, the story "Intel cuts forecast amid broad spending slowdown," which ran on the wire Wednesday, gave the wrong date for the end of Intel's fourth quarter. The quarter ends Dec. 27.
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Premium-Inhalt. Grab your chair pads and Big Gulps and get ready to hide from your spouses or drag them with you, the second expansion pack to World of Warcraft, , finally comes out Thursday. For many of you, that means exhilarating weeks and sleepless nights, missed classes and late homework, "sick" days from work, stacks of pizza boxes, soda-can mountains, and telling your spouse you'll be down to dinner in "just a few more minutes!" while remaining inert in your desk chair until supper's just a collection of refrigerated tupperware containers.
Premium-Inhalt. A scary security flaw that would allow malicious worms to infect one PC and then automatically jump to others prompted Microsoft to release . The glitch is critical for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, and for Windows Server 2000. Microsoft says that targeted attacks exploited the hole prior to the patch's release, and that "detailed exploit code" is currently available online.
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Premium-Inhalt. The global economy is in as bad shape as we've ever seen. In the last two months, U.S. consumers have stopped spending money on discretionary items, including electronic gear, prompting this week's bankruptcy filing by . Retailers are worried that Black Friday will indeed be black, as holiday shoppers cut back on spending and choose lower-priced cell phones and notebook computers.
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Premium-Inhalt. Innovation is a mandatory task of today's . But that doesn't make it easy. How to innovate well is a problem that leaders must . For some (lucky) organizations, that's where comes in. Co-director of the 's e-Markets Initiative, senior adviser to MIT's Security Studies Program and former CIO columnist, he is well-known as a thought leader on the subject of . He sat down with CIO.com's Editor-in-Chief Brian Carlson to talk about corporations' aversion to change, why risk is an inherent part of , and how rapid prototyping can help companies better manage the risk of innovation.
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Premium-Inhalt. Is Halo 3: Recon an expansion or game? According to Bungie, quoted in the December issue of , it's both.
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