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Posted by inet on 2005-11-03       Article Source : Reuters

SBC Communications Inc. said on Monday it was revamping prices for its high-speed Internet services, cutting most regular monthly rates to lure more customers onto higher-speed lines.
The moves come after SBC, the No. 2 U.S telecommunications company, launched a $14.95-per-month promotion for its digital subscriber line service earlier this year, aiming to convert dial-up Internet users and grab more customers than cable competitors.

SBC said starting Tuesday, its basic high-speed Internet service with download speeds of up to

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02       Article Source : EE Times

Programmable logic supplier Altera Corp. Tuesday (Nov. 1) released an x8 PCI Express MegaCore function optimized for its Stratix II GX field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).

According to Altera (San Jose, Calif.), the x8 PCI Express intellectual property (IP) core is part of the company's commitment to providing designers with PCI Express solutions that can be easily integrated into their designs.

"Altera's PCI Express MegaCore function gives designers a flexible and easy-to-use solution for meeting their precise system requirements," said Justin

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-02       Article Source : AP

NEW YORK - First came words, then came photos. Now, many Web journals are incorporating moving images — and one blogging service aims to make producing and displaying such video easier.
Unlike most of its popular rivals, the TypePad service from Six Apart Ltd. costs money. But with your subscription fee, which starts at $4.95 a month, you get free tools for creating and hosting your own photo albums — and now a pair of programs for video.


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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : AP

Sprint Nextel Corp. on Monday launched a downloadable music service, the first to deliver songs over a U.S. cellular network, as it tries to keep pace in a wireless arms race increasingly dominated by mobile Internet services.
The Sprint Music Store is being launched in tandem with the rollout of a speedier wireless technology that Sprint is rushing to deploy in competition with broadband offerings from Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless. The new service is not available to the company's

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02   

Samsung Electronics will be trying to capture a slice of the quickly growing online music market, according to the company's chief of digital media business.
In comments made to South Korean news sources, Choi Gee-sung said that Samsung will be creating a service similar to Apple Computer's  iTunes.

Although Samsung has not released details on pricing or launch dates, Choi noted that the company has signed several partners already, both in Asia and other countries.

Samsung already has

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : Reuters

Entries from Wikipedia, the popular free online encyclopedia written and edited by Internet users, may soon be available in print for readers in the developing world, founder Jimmy Wales said on Monday.
He said content from the Web site may also be burned onto CDs and DVDs so computer users in places like Africa, who lack access to high-speed Internet, could consult parts of the reference work offline.

Wales also described as incorrect reports, one of them from Reuters,

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02       Article Source : NewsFactor

With wirless-equipment providers of all kinds gearing up for the next generation of wireless broadband, Motorola and Intel have partnered to advance WiMAX technology.
WiMax, or Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, creates hotspots that stretch dozens of miles and allow users to surf the Web wirelessly at speeds that are much faster than connections via a DSL or cable modem.

"By working with Motorola on mobile WiMAX standards and technology, we can jointly develop and test equipment to meet

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-02       Article Source : TechWeb News

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's campaign is going mobile. The mayor's campaign Web site landed a spot on AOL's beta site AIM Today, where his smiling face appeared Monday morning next to the image of a cell phone and the words "Text Mike."
In addition to urging people to send messages to the mayor, the Web site offers campaign news alerts and RSS feed. Though the billionaire mayor paid for the advertisement, it warns users that they will have

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-01       Article Source : AFP

Sri Lanka will cut international direct dialling to 13 countries next week in a bid to stop "modem hijacking" and Internet porn scams.
The main international gateway operator, Sri Lanka Telecom, was asked to halt direct dialling to the 13 nations on Tuesday after complaints that subscribers were billed for long-distance calls they never made.

Aruna Amarasekara, director-general of the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka, said the blockage will be in force for three months but subscribers could

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-31       Article Source : Reuters

IBM and Google Inc. are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday.
IBM is linking up its OmniFind corporate search system with Google's free desktop search for business to make it easier for users to locate information throughout an organization that is often locked up in many separate systems.

"Getting these two products together makes sense

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-31       Article Source : Reuters

On November 1, Internet media giant Yahoo will launch two music video services, and both efforts illustrate the Internet's growing dominance among music video media.
One will feature the online debut of a different music video each weekday. The videos will be available online at Yahoo exclusively for 24 hours. Most will be world premieres, though some will have simultaneous TV releases. The focus is mainstream acts.

Yahoo's other new music video service is StopWatch, which will highlight emerging

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31       Article Source : TechWeb News

IBM has agreed to support within its OmniFind corporate search engine Google Inc.'s desktop-search software, an indication of how the latter company is warming up to business software makers that can open the door to large corporations.
No money has changed hands in the partnership, which does not involve IBM actually distributing Google's enterprise version of the desktop product. Instead, OmniFind customers who choose to download Google's software will be able to access its functionality within the same search field,

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-31       Article Source : InternetWeek

Shopping-comparison sites experienced robust traffic in September, a good sign for the upcoming holiday season, a Web metrics firm said Friday.
Last year, online holiday spending in the United States reached a record $23.2 billion, excluding travel, according to Nielsen/NetRatings. That number amounted to a 25 percent increase over 2003.

This year, Nielsen/NetRatings analysts "anticipate another strong online shopping season, if online retailers can meet the demands of an increasingly discriminating online clientele," the firm said.

Comparison-shopping sites

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31       Article Source : NewsFactor

The Anti-Spyware Coalition (ASC), an alliance of I.T. firms and public-interest groups, has finalized its definition of spyware, which will serve as the foundation for the group's ongoing efforts to combat the growing Internet threat.
The first of those efforts is a "risk modeling" document that outlines the objective criteria antispyware vendors use to determine whether to identify a piece of software as spyware.

The document provides technical details about behaviors that make certain technologies risky, helps users better

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-30       Article Source : Reuters

AOL will take center-stage next week when Time Warner Inc. reports third-quarter financial results, as it aims to fend off corporate raider Carl Icahn and court suitors for its online division.
Once an anvil on Time Warner stock and responsible for wiping out more than $200 billion in shareholder value, AOL has transformed itself into the global media conglomerate's best hope for a stake in the future of media.

A decision on which suitors, led by Microsoft Corp., Google

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