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Daily News Brief: UK Recruits Spies with Video Games!

The UK's Secret Service has to turned to video games to recruit spies, AMD post bleak Q3 revenue, Apples warms up to third party developers, Microsoft to relieve bloat, and more!

Daily News Brief: Mac OS X v10.5 Countdown

Apple sets a release date for OS X v10.5, Microsoft drops anti-trust appeal, why your iPhone could be toxic, and more!

Daily News Brief: Blu-ray Capacity Hits 100GB!

Hitachi unveils a 100GB Blu-ray disc, Halo 3 developers breaks ties with Microsoft, IE7 loses WGA, elderly learn to do the robot, and more!

Daily News Brief: If You Can Read This, You're not Playing Halo 3!

Halo 3 sets pre-sale record, OpenOffice bug discovered, Amazon sells DRM-free music downloads, a $5 billion lawsuit, and more!

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The End of DRM, But Not Control over Music?

Microsoft wins patent rights for inaudible digital watermark technology. What does this mean for so-called 'DRM-free' music - and you?

Daily News Brief: TGIF Edition!

Voodoo attempts Crossfire on an SLI chipset, Intel getting into the $100 notebook game, Microsoft targets VMware, and more to wrap up this week's tech news.

What We Should Learn from "Bad Tech August"

Every PC and Internet user should be glad that August 2007 is now history: here's why, what we've learned (and have yet to learn) about what went wrong and how to fix it.

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Apple hogs the headlines, Microsoft extends hand to Linux, rumors of a Zune based phone heat up, and much more!