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Open Source comes to the classroom

Author: JT Smith By Tina Gasperson News Editor In 1997, David Moore, a sophomore at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md., got together with then senior Ben Krefting and developed an interactive Web site for the school, called CAPOnline. Most schools today have Web sites, but this one...
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SuSE security announcement for netscape

Author: JT Smith Linux Weekly News reports, two security problems exist in the netscape package as shipped with SuSE Linux distributions. Category: Linux
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Sprint lauches wireless Web effort for businesses

Author: JT Smith IDG News reports, Sprint on Wednesday introduced Sprint PCS Wireless Web for Business that offers access to applications, corporate e-mail, intranets and corporate directories.
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HK poised for secure WAP commerce

Author: JT Smith Hong Kong probably will be the first launch pad for an emerging WAP technology that could open up mobile commerce to major consumer purchases, reports IDG News.
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Clinton allows Japan's NTT to purchase Verio

Author: JT Smith President Clinton will allow Japan's NTT Communications to buy U.S. Internet service provider Verio Inc., a U.S. official said Wednesday, a decision suggesting he sees no espionage threat from the deal, reports the Associated Press.
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Novell Sketches In Two-Year Netware Blueprint

Author: JT Smith Novell, as expected, unveiled a two-year blueprint for NetWare, featuring plans to deliver a new version of its flagship product with much-needed applications server capabilities, by mid-2001, reports Techweb News.
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USB 2.0 vendors push for early lead

Author: JT Smith TechWeb News reports, Cypress, Philips, Lucent and others plan to flex their USB 2.0 muscles by demonstrating new controllers and transceiver chips for PC-to-peripheral interfaces running 40 times faster than the existing USB 1.1 standard. Category: Unix
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Cable ISPs Race Heats Up

Author: JT Smith InternetNews reports, the race between cable Internet service providers Road Runner and Excite@Home got a little more interesting on Wednesday with both companies touting their milestone achievements.
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Disney to dig into AOL-Time Warner documents

Author: JT Smith Reuters reports, Walt Disney has asked Time Warner and America Online, which are seeking to merge, to provide copies of confidential documents filed with regulators to verify promises the companies will not discriminate against competitors. Category: Open Source
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General availability of LI18NUX2000 Globalization Specification

Author: JT Smith The Linux Internationalization Initiative announced today the general availability of the LI18NUX2000, Globalization Specification at http://www.li18nux.net, reports Business Wire.
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