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Tech: Pressplay, MS/Unix, N. Korea hackers
Weekend tech round-up: Roxio is near a deal to acquire the online music service Pressplay from its owners, Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment; Microsoft is acquiring the rights to Unix technology from SCO Group, a move that could dramatically impact the battle between Windows and Linux; North Korea is training around 100 computer hackers each year to boost its cyber-warfare capabilities, pushing the South to fortify its own computer security.
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