WorldCom tries for broadband license

Author: JT Smith WorldCom Inc. applied for federal licenses Monday that would allow it to provide high-speed Internet access to residential and business...
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Who told the UN to play Internet boss?

Author: JT Smith Yahoo! Inc. won the rights to 40 Internet addresses in two United Nations arbitrators rulings released Monday.
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Lukewarm support for AMD's Sledgehammer

Author: JT Smith AMD's 64-bit Sledgehammer processor is having trouble gaining support among Linux distributions. Category: Unix
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Debian 2.2 (potato) released

Author: JT Smith Debian GNU/Linux version 2.2, codenamed potato, has been released, according to Linux Weekly News.
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Sony to use Transmeta Crusoe in new Vaio laptop

Author: JT Smith Sony is planning on switching its Vaio laptop line to use Transmeta's Crusoe processor, Bloomberg reports/ Category: Unix
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Digital network security

Author: JT Smith Linux Weekly News has a story about system security. Category: Linux
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Vendors gear up for LinuxWorld with press releases

Author: JT Smith The Linux Journal provides a roundup of press releases as LinuxWorld begins. Category: Linux
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