Archive: 06/17/2009

Reception problems linger after DTV transition

(AP) -- The shutdown of U.S. analog TV service on Friday appears to have gone relatively smoothly, but as expected, a lot of viewers are having problems getting the stations they want.

Jun 17, 2009
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China backpedals on filtering software order

(AP) -- China's authoritarian government has backed away from an order to load Internet-filtering software on every new computer after a major outcry by citizens used to the relative freedom of online life.

Jun 17, 2009
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Greeks to register prepaid cell phones

(AP) -- Greece's prepaid mobile phone users will now have to register their identities in a bid to tackle illegal immigration and other crime, the communications minister said Tuesday.

Jun 17, 2009
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Guessing game: How much money is YouTube losing?

(AP) -- Internet video leader YouTube Inc.'s losses have been overblown by some analysts, but corporate parent Google Inc. doesn't mind the misperception, according to a study to be released Wednesday.

Jun 17, 2009
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Adobe Systems posts drop in 2Q profit, sales

(AP) -- Adobe Systems Inc., the company whose software powers Flash animation and PDF documents, posted a sharp drop in its fiscal second-quarter profit and sales Tuesday amid weaker demand in the economic downturn.

Jun 17, 2009
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