11th December 2004 Archive
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And told to pay $24m
A Canadian man was sentenced to seven years in a US prison this week after admitting he led a sophisticated satellite TV piracy ring that produced and sold thousands of hacked smart cards in the US and Canada. Martin Mullen, 50, was also ordered to pay DirecTV and its smart card provider NDS Ltd. $24m in restitution. Mullen …
Media 11 Dec 2004, 00:43
X1 due in January
Yahoo! has licensed the X1 search software for Windows from tech incubator Idealab, in an attempt to compete both with Google's browser-based desktop search download, and the current leader Copernic. X1 shares many of the attributes of its DOS-based predecessor, Lotus Magellan, which was written by Idealab's founder, Bill Gross …
Financial News 11 Dec 2004, 12:58