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    The software that's almost a one-stop shop

    Life, Wanda Sloan, Published on 26/04/2011

    » Burin Kantabutra writes to say:

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    Beatles songs sales cost music website $950,000

    AFP, Published on 30/03/2011

    » US online music service Bluebeat will pay British recording label EMI nearly a million dollars to avoid trial in a case over rights to stream and sell versions of Beatles songs.

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    UltraViolet lights way to lifetime movie watching rights

    AFP, Published on 09/01/2011

    » Giants from Hollywood, technology and retail are out to rev up digital film sales by letting people buy lifetime rights to watch movies on whichever devices suit their fancies.

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    When upgrading can be a backwards step

    Database, James Hein, Published on 10/11/2010

    » It can sometimes be interesting to see how people view computers and applications. Many years ago I put together a small Access application that was used by my father, an archaeologist, to track pottery sherds discovered in digs in Thailand. It wasn't a very complex application in IT terms _ a simple database and a couple of forms _ but it was very useful to my father for his work.

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    More than just a list

    Muse, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 10/04/2010

    » Almost every movie lover knows the Oscar-winning film Schindler's List, which simplifies the true story of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist and member of the Nazi party who saved the lives of more than 1,000 Jews by hiring them in his factories during World War II. Lists changed throughout the wartime. Yet, the official one is dated April 18, 1945, three weeks before the German army surrendered. Three copies are being kept in museums in Jerusalem, Washington D.C., and in Orange Country, New York. The only copy in private hands is now for sale for $2.2 million (71.4 million baht).

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    Computer villains beware - digital forensics gather pace

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 20/01/2010

    » In the physical world, the police need help from forensic teams to collect evidence to solve crimes and catch culprits. Similarly, in the digital world, digital forensics are a crucial part of the fight against cyber criminals and hackers. The evidence these professionals can gather against suspects can be presented in court.

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