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World’s Most Expensive Credit Card »

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The world’s most expensive credit card was revealed at the 2007 Cartes & IDentification Show in Paris, France on Thursday.
The card is made by GK Power and is studded with 333 diamonds.
A diamond-encrusted credit card has also been designed by the company to attract the so-called “VVIP” clients.

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80 GB Zune Media Player Launched,Already Sold Out »

Above is the picture of the Zune Citron reveal its 16GB Capacity.
Microsoft Corp quietly launched the Zune 2 on tuesday which has sold out across the Web.
Flash Zune came in four colors: black, red, pink, and swampwater green, secret fifth color called “Citron” .
The Zune Citron is certainly a lot more bold than the other Flash Zune players. The “Citron” Zune looks to be a very vibrant yellow, almost neon-like. In this way, you may compare it to something like the Lamborghini line of laptops from Asus. Another vital difference is that the Zune Pad on the Citron Zune is all black, unlike the other schemes that have color-matched pads.
While Web retailers have 4 GB and 8 GB versions of the second-generation Zunes in stock, the 80 GB music player is not available on Amazon, Best Buy or Circuit City’s Web sites.
Microsoft, for its part, is happy to see such a positive reaction, according to a spokesman.

Microsoft Corp. And GSM Association Promoting Third Generation Mobile Laptops »

Microsoft Corp. and the GSM Association are hosting a contest challenging companies to design 3G (also known as third generation) mobile laptops.
The PCs would be able to automatically connect to the Internet wirelessly over mobile phone networks anytime and anywhere.
These laptops will be aimed at the mass-market consumer laptop PC segment in the US and will be priced at $500 to $1,000.
The winner of the laptop competition will be showcased at the GSM Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next February, and be promoted to operators.

Papa John’s Text- Message Ordering Launched »

Papa John’s pizzas can now be ordered via text messaging.
Louisville-based Papa John’s International Inc. announced this week that is now possible to order at its 2,700 U.S. restaurants.
It’s a progression from the pizza maker’s online ordering, which began in 2001 and now accounts for nearly 20 percent of its U.S. sales.
Bear Stearns restaurant analyst Joe Buckley said:

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Microsoft Corp. Patches Holes »

Microsoft Corp. issued two security fixes in its regular monthly update that took place yesterday.
One that removes a dangerous bug in all versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.

The fix will stop hackers from exploiting the vulnerability of Internet Explorer 7, and possibly other programs, and take over a user’s computer for a variety of nefarious purposes, such as stealing passwords or pumping out spam.

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CIA Employee Pleads Guilty to Computer Crime »

Nada Nadim Prouty a former employee of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency has pleaded guilty to charges of fraudulently obtaining U.S. citizenship.
Prouty has also been found guilty for accessing a U.S. government computer system to unlawfully find information about her relatives and the Islamic organization Hizballah.
Nada faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a US$250,000 fine for the conspiracy charge; one year in prison and a $100,000 fine for the unauthorized computer access charge; and 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for the naturalization charge.