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The entertainment authorities manage to get another file-sharing network taken out. Students have been using the Internet 2 to transfer terabytes of data across the country to each other, but no more.
Contrary to the stance that the EU has, Nominet, the UK company that has dibs to the .uk domain is sticking up for the US in the ongoing scrap over who manages and regulates the Internet.
Sky is expected to buy out Easynet, in a bid to move from being an exclusively satellite provider. Cable companies run, hide in corner, cry.
Sony Ericsson has announced the feature-rich successor to the P900, dubbed the P990. It has everything you could want in a phone, and more. Click for details.
Fancy up to 170Mbps broadband from any wall socket in your house? So do we, and thanks to a new BPL chip from Matsushita, it could be a reality soon.
According to Yahoo!, the US refuses to hand over the control of the internet to the UN. Ambassador David Gross thinks that it is unacceptable for the UN to take over the Internet's primary traffic and DNS routers.
Cablevision rolls out 100 meg networks in metro NY. Rest of world sulks at 512k.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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