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A recent survey has uncovered a truth that most of us have suspected: many Web sites are more concerned with profits than protecting their customers' privacy. Is the era of self-regulation on the Net about to end?
If Transmeta's ambitions are fulfilled then the future will be awash with barefoot computer users, boldly going where none has gone before.
You'd never give a walk-in customer stale information, but an awful lot of you are giving Web customers very stale information.
E-mail is a great medium, so versatile for both the irrelevant and the relevant, the germane and the plain silly.
Tivo, which is a network computer based on Linux and other open-source software, is essentially an ingenious set-top computer that does something other than bring Web browsing to television.
Expect to see a lot more free-ISPs in the very near future.
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The demise of the natural language interface.
Super-ISPs: is bigger really better?
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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