Vendors spread the AJAX gospel

Users who helped spur the growth of Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) programming techniques through grass-roots efforts welcomed last week's news that several top vendors have joined forces to promote it to the open-source community.

Opera adds 'widgets' to Web browser

Opera Software will include support for "widgets," or small programs that run on a user's desktop, with a technical preview of its Opera 9 Web browser due to be released Tuesday, a company spokesman said.

Research casts doubt on Google's claims to Congress

Google last week in a statement to the U.S. House of Representatives defended its decision to offer a censored version of its Internet search engine in China, saying that access to its main search engine from within China is "often unavailable, or pa...

SA launches broadband network

South Australian Minister for Science and Information Economy Karlene Maywald will this week launch a new broadband network worth more than $1.1 million.

Google, Skype join investors to pump cash into Fon

Google and Skype have teamed up with two venture capital firms, Index Ventures and Sequoia Capital, to invest Euro 18 million (AUD$29 million) in Fon Technology, a Madrid-based startup that wants to build a global network of Wi-Fi hotspots.

BMW is cut from Google results for cheating

In a move that analysts say indicates a problem that still needs a solution, Google said it has removed BMW's German Web site from its index for violating Google's guidelines against trying to manipulate search results.

Google subpoena hearing delayed

A hearing on US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' attempt to compel Google to turn over search records to the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has been postponed until March 14.

Human Rights In China tells Google it's 'not too late'

Human Rights In China (HRIC), a nonprofit organization, has called on Google to rethink its decision to offer a censored version of its search engine in China, telling the company in a statement that it's "not too late for corporate leadership."

World Cup sparks new technology

World Cup soccer tournaments have traditionally been used to help launch new technologies, such as color television and wireless communications. This year's event in Germany is no exception -- even if a couple of promising technologies such as a chip...

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