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People who seek anytime, anywhere Internet access face trade-offs between 3G service over cell phones and high-speed WiFi data “hot spots.” Could high-quality phone calls over wireless networks tip the scales in favor of WiFi?
The underground subtitling and circulation of Japanese anime helped to open the American market to Asian cultural imports.
The cable TV industry is overstating the cost of offering consumers individual channel selection. Still, dont expect a la carte in 2004.
“Hash” functions identify digital content with mathematical certaintybut is that enough to foil the hackers?
New mobile phones use the common computer networking technologybut where does that leave the wireless data business?
Switching from paper to electronic record keeping can save lives. And now the U.S. government is pushing to accelerate the transition.
A court ruling triggers an angry outcry, and the House of Representatives files for a legislative fix.
With the presidential election less than 100 days away, conflicts over high-tech voting machines remain unsettlingly unresolved.
Illicit distribution of copyrighted software is way up this year. Can the networks that intellectual property owners love to hate be part of solution?
Non-native English speakers attempting to express themselves in the global language of business and science get a software assist from Microsoft’s Beijing lab.