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posted in May 2007
World-renowned mountaineer Ed Viesturs partnered with Big Fish Games to give players a multimedia experience of a high-altitude expedition.
Attributor will monitor and analyze the use of AP content and document where and how it is displayed on the Internet.
The business mix includes custom-coded wireless packages, productivity tools, enterprise resource planning tools, e-mail, and security applications.
Contrary to the FCC's plans, the ITIF argues that a user-generated map would encourage public participation and generate precise local broadband data.
Among those who believe there is a shortage of RFID skills, 68% said the shortage would impact adoption, CompTIA found.
Singapore's largest oceanic park is using the tracking technology to create a personalized experience for visitors.
Patricia Cornwell wants to prevent Leslie R. Sachs from writing about her on the Internet.
Eventful.com is fast becoming a popular site for presidential hopefuls to connect with online-savvy voters.
The video for "Dance Tonight" generated more than 201,000 hits in just over a day.
The plan represents a consensus among IT and TV manufacturers on the best way to implement a national program to meet the electronics recycling challenge.
Web sites may now be held responsible for some users' illegal or inflammatory content following a court case against Roommates.com.
New legislation would invest in classroom technology to prepare U.S. students for work in the information economy.
The plan includes overturning the Copyright Royalty Board to establish below-market royalty rates in an effort to "subsidize small webcasters."
The U.S. Attorney's Office said it was satisfied with the terms of an agreement reached over criminal conduct of former CA executives.
Will Blake Lewis or Jordin Sparks be the next American Idol? A Web traffic analyst group says it knows.
The site combines official records from the Library of Congress and the Center for Responsive Politics' Web site into a free public database of bills, voting records, and campaign contributions.
The Software & Information Industry Association says that eBay's fraud-prevention protocols aren't enough.
Nearly a quarter of upstream clicks to the top 19 social sites originated from one place on the Web, according to a report from Hitwise.
MySpace has been matching its users to information in its Sentinel Safe database and deleting registered sex offenders' profiles since May 2.
History Channel site will include videos, battle maps, information, and features about U.S. wars from the American Revolution to the current Iraq war.
Schools and colleges must comply with laws regarding disposal of public assets and must have at least 25 computers for recycling.
Blunt instruments are no longer effective for getting messages through the clutter in today's marketplace, according to Personal Democracy Forum speaker.
Suggestions for the candidates include support for network neutrality, more public Wi-Fi networks, and government transparency by posting bills and votes online.
The move follows the Pentagon's edict, which bars its soldiers from using its networks to access to YouTube, MySpace and other social networking sites.
A variety of tech heavyweights and politicos want presidential debates licensed as Creative Commons or placed in the public domain so they can be aired legally on YouTube and used in blogs.
Agency's INCITE program will award up to 250 million processor hours to researchers next year.
The administration has proposed a bill that would make attempts to infringe on copyright a crime, and would increase the maximum penalty for counterfeiting offenses from 10 years to 20 years in some cases.
CompTIA warns that a state bill would "heavily regulate innovative broadband services and keep computing technology companies, as well as Internet users, in the dark ages."
Eight attorneys general sent a letter to MySpace, saying that thousands of registered sex offenders have created profiles on the social networking site.
The military said it will block worldwide access to 13 Web sites because they strain network capabilities and present operational risks.
Those backing the legislation want to make sure that Internet, satellite, cable radio, jukeboxes, and traditional radio pay the same rates for playing songs.
The Pirate Bay urged users not to be alarmed, assuring them that user names and passwords obtained by hackers were 'very encrypted.'
Schirra, who died Thursday, was one of the pioneers of space travel and the only astronaut to fly in the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions.
A Computing Technology Industry Association survey finds 1 out of 4 companies are looking for providers based on availability of unique services and offerings.
As electronic and computer companies increasingly move toward greener products and recycling procedures, a 2007 ImagePower Green Brands Survey shows a shift in U.S. consumer attitudes.
A GAO report urges market organizations to complete plans for pandemics and further improve telecommunications systems.
A new survey shows both generations agree that experience is more important to business success than being tech-savvy.
On-demand downloading and easy unfettered copying have slowly eaten away at consumer impulse music purchases, an industry report finds.
Google and gossip blogs also are shaping online news consumption trends, according to a recent Hitwise report.
Google is the second-most generous company offering adoption benefits among U.S. technology, information, and research companies, an adoption foundation reports.
MyChurch.org reports that more than 3,700 churches have created online communities.
Google is relying on the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act's safe harbor provisions, which protect Internet service providers from liability for the actions of their users.