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Apple Confirms 802.11n Download Fee

1/19/2007
The company will charge customers $1.99 to download software that will enable 802.11n wireless functionality in the chipsets of most of its Intel Core 2 Duo- and Xeon-based computers.

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Adobe Launches Linux Flash

1/17/2007
Adobe boasts that Player 9 processes Flash scripts 10 times faster than its predecessor, features improved memory management, and adds advanced graphics, video, and text tools.

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MI5 To E-Mail Terrorist Alerts

1/9/2007
"E-mail alerts of changes to the national Threat Level and updates on the Security Service website will be available in the near future," the agency's statement reads.

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Microsoft Schedules Eight Bug Fixes Next Week

1/4/2007
Microsoft announced it would issue three updates for Windows, three for its Office productivity suite, one that affects both Windows and Office, and another that impacts both Windows and the Visual Studio development platform.

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OpenOffice.org Patches WMF Bug

1/4/2007
Using a malformed WMF image, an attacker could cause a buffer overflow on OpenOffice-equipped computers and introduce additional malicious code remotely to hijack the system.

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