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 Saturday, 16-January-2010  07:21:08 (GMT +10) - by Dopefish

Torrent Freak writes, OiNK Admin Found Not Guilty, Walks Free. The defense tore into IFPI and countered by calling Ellis an innovator with talents to be nurtured. Today the jury returned a unanimous verdict of not guilty, and Ellis walked free.

Microsoft urges Windows XP users to ditch their Outdated Flash version. Microsoft rarely issues security advisories on third-party products, but since this version of Flash originally came bundled with Windows XP, Microsoft feels it needs to warn its users.

According to Mashable, Intel’s Earnings Up an Astounding 875%. We thought Zillow’s 2011 IPO was a good sign for the tech and Internet market. Intel has not only just confirmed that notion, but blown everybody’s expectations right out of the water.

In an Australian article, ZDnet writes, Exetel on ACMA: No demand for 100Mbps. In his latest attack on the Federal Government's plans to build a 100Mbps national broadband network, Exetel boss John Linton this week said a new report from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) showed there was clear demand for mobility, but none for high-end speeds.

Tech Crunch writes that, Bing Is Growing Faster Than Ever. Bing just keeps on gaining market share, and is now growing faster than ever before. In December, Microsoft’s search engine gained another 0.4 percent to capture 10.7 percent of U.S. search queries, according to the latest comScore qSearch numbers.

Apparently, Google Has Removed an Encyclopedia Dramatica Link. Google has agreed to remove from its search index links to a satirical website that allegedly promotes racist views of indigenous Australians.

Wired has Satellite Photos of Haiti Before and After the Earthquake. Multiple buildings have clearly collapsed in this area of Port-au-Prince, and several more appear ready to crumble. Numerous strong aftershocks of magnitude 5 and up have continued to bring down buildings that were damaged and weakened by the mainshock.

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