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Palm feeling blue over color claim mistake
Topic: Computers 2:15 pm EDT, Aug 21, 2002

The m130 -- whose slogan is "as colorful as your life" -- can really display only 58,621 colors, not 65,536 colors, said company spokeswoman Marlene Somsak.

"We discovered that indeed the screen delivers about 11 percent fewer colors than we had believed," Somsak said. She said the product was designed to display the full 65,000 colors, but was not actually built in a way that would allow the display of so many colors.

Palm feeling blue over color claim mistake

Sun to Ship Solaris 9 for Intel Servers
Topic: Computers 10:08 pm EDT, Aug 12, 2002

Jack O'Brien, manager of Sun's Linux Business Office in Menlo Park, Calif., confirmed to eWEEK that Sun will now introduce Solaris 9 for x86 going forward.

The SPARC version of Solaris is used with our hardware and therefore generates revenue, while the Intel version focused primarily on enthusiasts and others who ran Solaris on PCs and laptops," he said.

Sun to Ship Solaris 9 for Intel Servers

Security warning draws DMCA threat
Topic: Computers 12:53 am EDT, Jul 31, 2002

Hewlett Packard has found a new club to use to pound researchers who unearth flaws in the company's software: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Invoking both the controversial 1998 DMCA and computer crime laws, HP has threatened to sue a team of researchers who publicized a vulnerability in the company's Tru64 Unix operating system.

In a letter sent on Monday, an HP vice president warned SnoSoft, a loosely organized research collective, that it "could be fined up to $500,000 and imprisoned for up to five years" for its role in publishing information on a bug that lets an intruder take over a Tru64 Unix system.

Security warning draws DMCA threat

RIAA Web site disabled by attack
Topic: Computers 3:22 pm EDT, Jul 30, 2002

WASHINGTON--The Recording Industry Association of America's Web site was unreachable over the weekend due to a denial-of-service attack.
The apparently deliberate overload rendered the site unavailable for portions of four days and came after the group endorsed legislation to allow copyright holders to disrupt peer-to-peer networks.

The malicious flood started on Friday and did not involve any intrusion into the RIAA's internal network, a representative for the trade association said on Monday afternoon. Nobody has claimed credit for the denial-of-service attack, which ended at 2 a.m. PDT on Monday

RIAA Web site disabled by attack

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