Archive: 15 Aug 2006, 12:00 am

  • Idiots in the News - from the Darwin Awards

    Just a couple of short ones here to lighten the last afternoon before your long weekend.

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  • Stopping light could lead to quantum advance in computing

    Two teams of scientists have accomplished the seemingly impossible feat of trapping and stopping light--an achievement that could lead to major advances in quantum computing.

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  • AOL browses handsets with Nokia

    America Online put itself into the wireless handset game Thursday when it announced a licensing agreement to use Nokia's WAP microbrowser. The Dulles, Va.

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  • Illawarra Business Chamber further deploys e-business solutions

    The Illawarra Business Chamber, representing Australian Business in the Illawarra, has taken another step down the road of e-business development, with the launch of their newest online system, the Friday...

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  • Internetrix Welcomes Michael Jaques

    Internetrix would like to extend a warm welcome to Michael Jaques, an experienced e-business solutions provider, as our newest team member.

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  • Sun, Microsoft settle Java suit

    Sun Microsystems and Microsoft have settled their long-running lawsuit over Microsoft's use of Sun's Java software.

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  • New attacks block access to Microsoft sites

    For the fourth consecutive day, technical problems hindered access to Microsoft's vast network of Web sites and services.

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  • Microsoft blames technicians for massive outage

    Microsoft blamed its own technicians for a crucial error that crippled the software giant's connection to the Internet, almost completely blocking access to its major Web sites for nearly 24...

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  • Trademark Dispute May Delay Xbox Debut

    Microsoft may be forced to delay the introduction of its Xbox game console because of a trademark dispute over the Xbox brand with a small Florida company, according to published...

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  • Disney Shutter's Go Portal

    Walt Disney said Monday that it will discontinue operations of its troubled Go.

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