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FCC balks at AOL/Time Warner wedding

On Friday, just after AOL and Time Warner shareholders gave their overwhelming final blessing to the proposed $123 billion merger, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) spoiled the party by demanding additional information from both companies in its investigation into issues related to competition, Reuters reports.
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Intel: an apology

Last week the Register published a story headlined Intel's Barrett: I will retire. The story contained factual inaccuracies for which we would like to unreservedly apologise.
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Intel: an apology

Last week the Register published a story headlined Intel's Barrett: I will retire. The story contained factual inaccuracies for which we would like to unreservedly apologise.
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Quantum debuts cheaper Fireball

Following the discovery that the consumer will sacrifice hard drive speeds for cash, Quantum is adding another low-budget, low-speed drive to its Fireball family.
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Micron holds out in Rambus patent game

Hitachi may have come out of the patent trenches with its hands up, Toshiba may have surrended to Rambus, the Great Satan of IP, but Micron has not yet given up the ghost, it emerged late yesterday.