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Intel wants to outfit its PIII users for a "rich and rewarding" Internet experience. The chipmaker today launched the Intel WebOutfitter service, the company's first dip into the Internet service arena.
A crippling and embarrassing virus dubbed "Melissa" is circulating countless e-mail in-boxes around the globe this week causing major corporations touched by the virus to halt all out-going e-mail.
The Internet, Real Networks and a Dutch service provider have come to the aid of a Belgrade-based radio station that was shut down last Wednesday by Yugoslavian authorities.
The Web is still too complex, too inefficient, and not private enough, says its inventor: Tim Berners-Lee. Ten years after he invented the Web, Berners-Lee is pushing for a new standard to improve its indexing capabilities.
The ORB -- a 2.2GB removable storage drive priced at $399 -- has been launched in Australia.
The US DoJ and state attorneys general will meet with Microsoft next week to discuss the company's offer to settle its antitrust case. Details about the negotiations have not been released, the DoJ saying it will keep tight-lipped on the matter.
Microsoft has made moves to settle its antitrust case, submitting a proposal to the US DoJ. Reports claim though, that the proposal is "not going far enough".
For a limited time, the daVinci PDA will be sold with its optional folding palm-sized keyboard at no extra cost, its Australian distributor has announced.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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