DVD Player Morpher 1.0 and DVD Player Morpher Gold Edition 1.0 have been released.

As widely expected, DVD Player Morpher 1.0 and DVD Player Morpher Gold Editon 1.0 have officially published today, November 8 2005. At present time, Audio and Video effects are Avnex’s fabulous points, compared with its competitors.

This November 8, Audio4fun will officially release the new tool for DVD lovers called DVD Player-Morpher 1.0 with 2 editions: DVD Player-Morpher 1.0 and DVD Player-Morpher Gold 1.0.

In this week, Audio4fun gives you a fabulous offer related to launching the new product: You’ll be the first to try DVD Player-Morpher 1.0 for FREE on release date.

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Apple Computer said on Monday that it has sold more than 1 million videos in the 19 days since it launched its video iPod and started selling TV shows, short films and a wider assortment of music videos.

Apple introduced the video iPod and started selling the TV shows and other videos on Oct. 12. at a splashy press event in San Jose, Calif.

As Apple CEO Steve Jobs comments, selling 1 million videos in less than 20 days strongly suggests that there is a market for legal video downloads.

  • A research by a security firm Webroot shows that Thailand, the US, and the UK have the highest rates of computers infected with secret programs, tracking what people do with their machines.

    Also according to this anti-spyware firm, almost 55% of consumer Windows PCs are infected with so-called adware, a form of spyware.

    The most malicious spyware programs lurk unseen on PCs and steal confidential information such as passwords or login details.

    Spyware and adware often travel alongside file-sharing programs or media files that people download from the web.

    Free anti-spyware programs such as AdAware and Spybot are used by many people to clean up their PCs.

  • Gmail, the free e-mail service run by internet search giant Google, will change its name for new UK users.
    The Gmail by Google launched on 1 April 2004 while the London-based Independent International Investment Research (IIIR) says it started using the Gmail name for a web-mail application two years before Google.
    Following this trademark dispute, the Gmail account will be renamed Google Mail.

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