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Child Wise CEO Bernadette McMenamin has clarified her position on the Federal government's plan to implement mandatory Internet filtering at the ISP level, stating that all she wants blocked are child pornography Web sites, and nothing else.
While the Consumer Electronics Association announced that it would go green by purchasing 20,000 tons' worth of carbon offsets, a few companies at CES 2008's Sustainable Technologies TechZone introduced new products that use fewer nonrenewable resour...
Intel has developed a whitebox blade server based on standardised components, instead of specialised parts usually used to produce such systems.
Amazon is probably the biggest name in the emerging online storage market, but new competition is coming from a startup called Nirvanix that built a storage service to accommodate vast increases in digital media content fueled by the growing populari...
There's now one more reason to be security-conscious while using MySpace.com: fake Microsoft updates.
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Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, said that the social networking company is still committed to its Beacon advertising system despite past missteps, and predicted that it will evolve to be a good feature in an interview with CBS's 60 Minu...
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Improving the reliability and stability of Entourage, the e-mail client in next week's update to Office for the Mac, was more important than making the program a clone of Windows' Outlook, several Microsoft developers said Friday.
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