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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-23       Article Source : Reuters

Germany's Siemens and Finland's Nokia are equipping T-Mobile's mobile phone network to speed up third-generation services such as Internet surfing and downloading movies in Germany and Austria.
 
Siemens said on Tuesday it was the main supplier to T-Mobile, the mobile phone unit of Deutsche Telekom, and a Siemens spokeswoman said that its part of the deal was worth an amount in the double-digit millions of euros.

T-Mobile confirmed that Siemens was the main supplier for upgrading its network to

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-23       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Google plans to launch on Tuesday a financial news and information Web site called Google Finance that will be in direct competition with well-established ones such as Yahoo's Yahoo Finance and Microsoft's MSN Money.
 
Development of such a Web site has been one of the top requests from Google users, says Katie Jacobs Stanton, a Google senior product manager.

Google hopes to differentiate its site with better search functionality and a higher level of interactivity in its financial charts, she

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-22       Article Source : Microsoft Watch

LAS VEGAS – Microsoft wants to make up for lost time, after waiting five years to update its Internet Explorer browser.
 
To wit, the company already has the next two versions of IE beyond 7.0 in the hopper. And while Microsoft execs won't specify exactly when they will ship or detail specific new features, they are offering some indications of the company's evolving browser thinking.

Microsoft released on Monday a new interim test version of IE 7.0, build number

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-22       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Google got hit with a lawsuit last week by a Web publisher that alleges it has suffered significant financial harm because its site got dropped from the search engine's index.
 
KinderStart.com, which operates a Web site for parents of children under 7 years old, filed its lawsuit as a class action in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division.

KinderStart.com, based in Norwalk, California, charges Google, among other things, with violating its right to free

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-21       Article Source : Reuters

The U.S. telecoms regulator was poised to reveal on Monday whether it would ease numerous regulations on some of Verizon Communications' high-speed, broadband data services for lucrative business customers.
 
The No. 2 U.S. telephone carrier asked the Federal Communications Commission in December 2004 to lift restrictions for business services such as carrying data over Ethernet and Internet-based virtual private networks, arguing there was sufficient competition.

Republican FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has supported granting the request as part of his

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-20       Article Source : AFP

The hugely popular US college basketball championships got under way this week, with the CBS TV network looking to slam dunk an Internet experiment that could revolutionise sports broadcasting.
 
For the first time, CBS, which owns exclusive rights to the tournament, is augmenting normal television broadcasts of games by providing live, streaming footage on the Internet -- free of charge.

While sport events have been offered online before, they have always been on a "pay-per-view" basis.

The CBS

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-20       Article Source : AFP

The hugely popular US college basketball championships got under way this week, with the CBS TV network looking to slam dunk an Internet experiment that could revolutionise sports broadcasting.
 
For the first time, CBS, which owns exclusive rights to the tournament, is augmenting normal television broadcasts of games by providing live, streaming footage on the Internet -- free of charge.

While sport events have been offered online before, they have always been on a "pay-per-view" basis.

The CBS

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-20       Article Source : TechWeb News

Google Inc., always coy about future plans, is showing stronger signs of interest in online retail.
 
Much of the Mountain View, Calif., company's interest in e-commerce appears to revolve around Google Base, a place for people to list nearly any type of digital content or any item for sale, making them searchable by Google.

While many experts see the service as a database for classified ads, competing against sites such as Craigslist, there are also signs that Google Base

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-20       Article Source : eWeek

Talk in the industry that Time Warner will try to revive its Netscape division by turning it into a social networking hub sounds like another forlorn hope.
 
Diehard Netscape fans can never fully suppress the dreams that Netscape will somehow rise again to regain its rightful place at the top of the World Wide Web.

But the fact remains the Netscape's owners and handlers were as much to blame as Microsoft that Internet Explorer quickly bulldozed the browser pioneer

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-19       Article Source : AFP

US Internet search giant Google said it expects to spend "significantly" more this year to continue to innovate and resist competition from the likes of Microsoft and Yahoo.

Revenue growth will continue to decline amid increasing competition, and the larger revenue base will also mean a slower rate of growth, Google said in its annual form filed late Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

"Our investments in property and equipment, including information technology infrastructure and land and buildings, will likely

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-18       Article Source : TechWeb News

As legislation moves through Congress calling for the prohibition of online gambling, opposition is growing along with a plea by some who are urging that the $12 billion Internet gaming business be regulated.
 
"No matter what bill Congress passes, nothing will stop online gaming," said former New Jersey gaming regulator Frank Catania in an interview Thursday. "There are 70 jurisdictions around the world operating legally and nothing is going to stop them from taking bets."

Catania, former assistant attorney

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-17       Article Source : AFP

Struggling Malaysia Airlines has signed an agreement with Octopus Travel, a global online company, to enable passengers worldwide to book Malaysia Airlines tickets.
 
"We have seen an emerging trend of Internet savvy customers who no longer depend on traditional sales channels for their travel arrangements," Abdul Rashid Khan, Malaysia Airlines commercial director told reporters.

"It is one way to increase our revenue," he added.

Octopus Travel sells hotel rooms, sightseeing tours, private transfers, car hire and travel insurance

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-13       Article Source : Reuters

Dog poop girl is infamous in South Korea.
 
The young woman was riding on the subway with her small dog. The dog defecated and she did not clean up after her pet.

Someone caught the incident in pictures shot with a mobile phone. The photos were posted on the Internet with a brief description of what took place and shortly thereafter "dog poop girl" became the most-searched phrase among South Korean Internet users.

The country is debating what

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-12       Article Source : AFP

The Arab world is lagging behind in the digital revolution, with Internet users making up less than four percent of its population, according to participants in a telecommunications development conference in Doha.

"The Arab presence on the Internet is almost zilch ... not more than a few websites providing information or personal sites," said Syrian Telecommunications and Technology Minister Amr Salem.

This is due to technical factors, notably "the absence of an Arab portal, which means connections on the network have

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-12       Article Source : AFP

MPs from France's ruling conservative party have blocked a move to legalise Internet downloading of movie and music files, after several days of sharp debate in parliament.
 
The vote by members of the UMP party late Thursday signalled a victory for the government as it pushes through a bill that would outlaw the downloading of commercial files as well the breaking of copyright protection on DVDs or CDs.

MPs from the Socialist, Communist, Green and UDF parties walked out

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