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Dancho Danchev: A programmer has released the source code of a trojan horse that injects code into the Skype process in order to convert the incoming and outgoing voice data into an encrypted MP3 available at the disposal of the attacker.

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Special Report: Apple's Mac OS X 10.6 brings Grand Central, OpenCL, full 64-bit mode, QuickTime X, and Exchange support to Mac users. Snow Leopard may not warrant much "wow", but it's still worth the $29 upgrade price.

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Sam Diaz: But a premature release of some presentation materials related to the company's earnings announcement sparked a rally on Wall Street in the closing minutes of Thursday's trading.


Larry Dignan: Dell beats Wall Street's expectations

Competition regulators in Italy have opened an inquiry into Google News at the behest of publishers, which allege they are banned from search results unless they agree to be part of it.

Christopher Dawson: Sony's announcement that its Reader products would standardize to the EPUB format with third-party DRM as needed tipped the scales further in its favor.






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