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Intel to push for sharing compu

Author: JT Smith Chip giant Intel Corp. has found another way to get computer users and corporations to keep buying better computers with ever-faster chips -- by helping them harness and share their excess computing capacity with others over the Internet or...
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Remaining 35,000 Verizon employees to return to work

Author: JT Smith Agreements with workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Washington, D.C., mark the end of the 18-day strike, easing the pressure on the carrier's ability to provide services to its...
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Regulators can't force end to instant messaging

Author: JT Smith What was once considered merely a fun way for teenagers to exchange short messages has become a key source of friction. From Washington Post.
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Microsoft working on new WebTV chip

Author: JT Smith The new chip, called Solo2, is the latest in a string of special processors designed by the WebTV team to combine Internet browsing, interactive television and video recording on a regular TV set...
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Amazon takes to the roadways

Author: JT Smith The giant e-tailer unveiled details of its new car-buying channel Wednesday, but the changing landscape of the Internet economy couldn't be denied. From Siliconvalley.com. Category: Open Source
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Hunting pedophiles on the Net

Author: JT Smith Is the truth about cybercrimes against children tamer than fiction? From Salon.com.
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Making the Web safe for children

Author: JT Smith The director of Cyberangels collaborates with cops to fight a shadowy Internet menace. From Salon.com.
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Memo to Corel: be proprietary, be proud

Author: JT Smith "When I first heard that these fine pieces of software were being ported to Linux, I rejoiced. But when I first saw Corel's Linux distribution, I winced." From OSOpinion.com.
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Execs want higher than ten percent Linux adoption rate

Author: JT Smith Asia BizTech reports that Compaq Computer KK said Linux-bundled PC servers account for 10 percent among all PC servers shipped in Japan. The company expects this rate to grow to 15 percent within fiscal 2000. Category: Linux
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Opinion: why Transmeta matters

Author: JT Smith For Silicon Valley chipmaker Transmeta, progress may come in increments, but it's the vision that counts. From Fortune.com. Category: Linux
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