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Tech: latest on SoBig; fuel cell laptop
Weekend tech news: The fast-spreading Sobig.F e-mail virus is slowing after failing in its initial bid to bog down the Internet, but security experts issued fresh warnings to computer users to brace for a possible second wave; Japanese computer giant NEC recently revealed a prototype of a laptop computer that runs on a methanol fuel cell instead of a rechargeable battery; the FBI escalated its effort Friday to find the author of a computer virus that has clogged e-mail systems all week.
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