Yahoo Inc. has cleaned up filters used to protect users of its Web-based e-mail service from malicious scripts embedded in HTML-format messages, and in so doing has put an end to one of the strangest of Internet neologisms.
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The French telecommunication regulator will allow the creation of public wireless LAN (WLAN) "hot spots" in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands before the end of the year, it announced this week.
"It's very deceptive, it literally steals the look of the WTO"
Cooperation with big business will be necessary -- but on France's terms
Nintendo announced Wednesday that its latest video games console, the Gamecube, will go on sale in North America on Nov. 5 -- three days ahead of Microsoft Corp.'s planned launch of its first games console.
Amazon.com Inc. extended its 1-Click shopping system on Tuesday to enable users to make payments of US$1 or more to other sites on an honour basis, for the use of premium content or simply to express their support.
Microsoft could face a legal challenge to its use of the Xbox name for its forthcoming video game console. Microsoft filed its claim to the name with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on October 1999, but a Florida company registered its use of the Xbox mark with the USPTO on March 1999.
By the closing deadline of noon on Wednesday, the French government had received just two applications for the four third-generation (3G) mobile telecommunications network licenses it plans to sell later this year.
Top priorities are to grow business and be aggressive on pricing
Cuts should not affect customers - HP
Sun Microsystems has published details of two new interfaces to link its Java programming language to XML (extensible mark-up language).
Decision isn't definitive
The time is fast approaching when businesses will spend half their IT budget on supporting processes outside the enterprise.
They must make the transition in order to compete in a world where businesses are increasingly focusing on their core competences, analysts from Gartner Group told attendees in Cannes Monday at the company's ITxpo Europe conference.
As expected, Apple Computer Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs used his keynote address at Apple Expo yesterday to announce the availability of the public beta version of Mac OS X. Jobs also introduced new additions to the company's iBook line of portable computers, and announced a faster graphics card option for the company's G4 desktop range.
Software giant Microsoft used the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam to push its Microsoft TV client-server software platform as the future of interactive digital TV, announcing agreements with a number of companies Friday.