Tech News of the Week: 09/27/2009 – 10/04/2009

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Here are also some news worthy articles this week.

via Daily Finance:

Call it an ATM for cyber-crooks — and the cash could come out of your account.

Web security sleuths have found a new type of “Trojan horse” that steals your bank log-in name and password, then proceeds to drain money from your account — while you’re logged in. …..

via Cnet News:

Google has built its Native Client technology into its newest version of Chrome, endowing the browser with new processing power for running Web applications. ….

via PC Mag:

Several months after launching additional search options to help generate different views of search results, Google on Thursday expanded the feature to include a number of other options, including specific date range, pages not yet visited, and news. ….

via AOL Tech News:

SAN FRANCISCO -IBM Corp. is trying to stymie Google Inc.’s expansion into the business software market.
The weapon: a bare-bones e-mail service that IBM is selling to companies for $36 annually per worker, undercutting a more comprehensive package of software applications that Google sells for $50 per user annually. ….

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Last modified: October 4, 2009

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