China, India winning the piracy war

Although software piracy refuses to go down globally and even continues to thrive in the rest of Asia, efforts by China and India to fight their computer users' desire for using stolen software are yielding positive results ...

Booming business for call centers

With a booming call-center business in India, technology companies are focusing on complying with U.S. rules for offshore dialing and are finding themselves expanding into other countries -- kick-starting a new era in call-center ...

AIM-enabled version of imstar* released

Interactive media company Bandalong Entertainment said Thursday it reached an agreement with AOL over an AIM-enabled version of imstar*.

Wireless World: A marketing malfunction?

The music industry's latest lawsuit -- this time against XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. over its new player -- is generating a lot of poor publicity. Still, experts tell UPI's Wireless World the recording business probably ...

Gambling bill moves to full House

In a 25-11 vote Thursday the House Judiciary Committee passed a bill banning gambling over state lines and Internet technologies.

Earthlink to deploy WiFi in New Orleans

Internet service provider EarthLink was chosen to build a WiFi broadband network in Crescent City in New Orleans, the company announced Friday.

Earth's Ozone Layer: Good News and a Puzzle

Think of the ozone layer as Earth's sunglasses, protecting life on the surface from the harmful glare of the sun's strongest ultraviolet rays, which can cause skin cancer and other maladies.

Globe Talk: Intel's WiMax push

From being able to go online at the local Starbucks to surfing the World Wide Web from an airport, there's no denying that once you get connected wirelessly, there's no going back.

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