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posted in December 2005

Diebold CEO Resigns

12/13/2005
The company has faced questions about the software used in some of its voting machines. In addition, the aftereffects of Hurricane Katrina disrupted deliveries of the firm’s machines, affecting financial results negatively, Diebold reported earlier.

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Massachusetts OpenDoc Champion Cleared

12/12/2005
The Massachusetts state IT chief who promoted the OpenDocument Format over proprietary software from Microsoft had been under investigation about whether he violated state regulations and attended conferences sponsored in part by proponents of open software.

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Turkey Partners With Tech Vendors

12/8/2005
The Turkish government has estimated that just 9% of its citizens have Internet access, and has linked up with AMD and other suppliers to provide low-cost PCs and Web hookups.

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BellSouth To Deliver TV Two Ways

12/7/2005
A combo voice-data-TV package will be offered to residential multi-dwelling subscribers in BellSouth's service territory. The firm will also experiment with TV over the Internet.

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Fox Exec Backs Sony's Blu-Ray

12/2/2005
James Gianopulos said the high number of firms supporting the Blu-ray approach and the level of content committed to the standard appear to give it a lead over the competing HD DVD standard.

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