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"3" locks down Symbian smart phone to head off hackers

Hutchison 3G UK Holdings Ltd has locked down the new Motorola-built smart phone for its "3" service, seemingly in an effort to stop the device being used for nefarious purposes. However, the plan denies users of the device access to applications written for the similar Symbian-based handset from Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB.<BR />

Published By MarketLine
03 Sep 2003
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NewsWire

"Actually we're even more bullish," says EMC

Bouyant storage king EMC Corp only slightly disappointed Wall Street yesterday when it posted healthy fourth quarter results comfortably ahead of analysts' forecasts, and claimed that it has become even more confident that this year it will significantly overhaul an IT market recovery.

Published By MarketLine
23 Jan 2004
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NewsWire

"Anti-fat" drug could be available within four years

An "anti-fat" drug with a significant worldwide market potential could be available in four years, after tests on obese men showed encouraging results, according to the Australian pharmaceutical research company developing the drug.<BR />

Published By MarketLine
06 Feb 2002
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NewsWire

"Bring it on", antivirus firms tell Microsoft

Microsoft's announcement yesterday that it will buy into the email server antivirus market wiped millions of dollars off the value of the big publicly listed security firms, but executives at Symantec and McAfee played down the impact of the move.

Published By MarketLine
09 Feb 2005
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"Business worms" and the permeable perimeter

Last week's rash of Windows 2000 worms highlight a relatively new phenomena of "business worms" that cause mass infections on local networks while leaving the internet relatively unscathed, an antivirus vendor observed on Friday.

Published By MarketLine
22 Aug 2005
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NewsWire

"Dark secret" revealed as Micro Focus plans IPO

Micro Focus International said it plans to seek a listing on the London Stock Exchange in the first half of 2005, proving - if proof were needed - that so-called "legacy" Cobol code is alive and well.

Published By MarketLine
14 Apr 2005
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"Don't worry" Microsoft tells Wall St on volume licensing

Microsoft Corp's CFO attempted to sooth investors' concern over slow renewals of enterprise agreement volume purchasing contracts yesterday.

Published By MarketLine
22 Oct 2004
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"E-events" becoming increasingly important for pharmaceutical product promotion

Published By MarketLine
05 Oct 2001
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NewsWire

"Exercise pill" could trick body into burning fat

Scientists have developed a drug that enables mice to burn fat even when they are not exercising, making them resistant to a high-fat diet.

Published By MarketLine
30 Apr 2007
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NewsWire

"Functionally merged" Oracle and PeopleSoft software on horizon

Larry Ellison has pledged to develop PeopleSoft Corp's enterprise resource planning suite in the medium term, but to ultimately deliver a "functionally merged" product set.

Published By MarketLine
09 Dec 2004

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