Archive: 09/22/2005

AOL goes for reality programming

Reality television may soon need to be renamed Internet reality. Both Internet providers and small production studios across the globe are moving their ideas for reality programming online.

Sep 22, 2005
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Analysis: Baidu's legal woes in China

The legal problems of Wall Street darling Baidu.com, dubbed the "Google of China," worsened Tuesday after state-run media reported an unfavorable court ruling.

Sep 22, 2005
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Cramming for exams on cell phones

Cramming for exams is never fun, but it's a fact of life for students everywhere, especially in Japan. But forget using flash cards or using a textbook to learn all the needed information. Mobile-phone companies are now getting ...

Sep 22, 2005
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Canadian ministers discuss energy issues

Canada's energy ministers ended their annual meeting Wednesday in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, concerned about the impact of higher energy costs.

Sep 22, 2005
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Halloween no laughing matter for some kids

Halloween may seem like so much harmless fun, but a Penn State University researcher in Media, Pa., says the humor might be lost on some younger children.

Sep 22, 2005
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