Archive: 05/25/2006

Net Neutrality lives on in Congress

Both the House Judiciary Committee and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation are expected to review Net neutrality-related bills later this week.

May 25, 2006
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The tropics may be expanding

Scientists don't know if global warming is responsible Atmospheric temperature measurements by U.S. weather satellites indicate Earth's hot, tropical zone has expanded farther from the equator since 1979, says ...

May 25, 2006
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Minerals go 'dark' near Earth's core

Minerals crunched by intense pressure near the Earth's core lose much of their ability to conduct infrared light, according to a new study from the Carnegie Institution's Geophysical Laboratory. Since infrared ...

May 25, 2006
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NSA datamining pushes tech envelope

Amid the political firestorm surrounding the National Security Agency's use of wiretapping for domestic phone calls, inquiries as to technology as well as legality have become prevalent.

May 25, 2006
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Vonage IPO points to VoIP weaknesses

So much for thinking telecoms might be going back to the heydays of 1999. After much fanfare, Internet telephone provider Vonage launched its initial public offering Wednesday, only to fall flat on its face. What's more, ...

May 25, 2006
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Text messaging partners mobile and TV

With more than 64.5 million text messages throughout Fox's fifth season of "American Idol," LogicaCMG gave United Press International a behind-the-scenes look at how text messaging is uniting the mobile and television industries.

May 25, 2006
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