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iTnewswire Early Edition: US firm buys Adelaide game developer; Mozilla tests Firefox, Thunderbird updates.

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  • US firm buys Adelaide game developer
  • Mozilla tests Firefox, Thunderbird updates
  • Wi-Fi continues its explosive growth: report
  • FBI cyber unit worms out Zotob makers
  • US firm buys Adelaide game developer
    Adelaide game developer Ratbag has been bought by US interactive entertainment publisher Midway Games for an undisclosed sum. More...

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    Wi-Fi continues its explosive growth: report
    Worldwide Wi-Fi deployment continued on a tear with unit shipments increasing 7 percent between the first quarter and second quarter this year, according to a report from Infonetics Research. More...

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    FBI cyber unit worms out Zotob makers
    Two men have been arrested in Turkey and Morocco and charged with creating and distributing the Zotob and Mytob worms, as well as Rbot bot worm. More...

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