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Dot What?

Dot What?

Ed Steele September 16, 2005 Comments Off on Dot What?

AP reports that ICANN has OK’d a new TLD “.cat” for the Catalan speaking culture of Europe. However, they again deferred making a decision on the “.xxx” red light district TLD. Makes you wonder

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Will your wireless go, or Airgo?

Will your wireless go, or Airgo?

Ed Steele September 15, 2005 Comments Off on Will your wireless go, or Airgo?

New Airgo chips leap in speed past Wi-Fi says Reuters. The company expects to be selling chips which can as much as quadruple the speeds you get on your wireless connection. Instead of 54Mbps,

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OS X Running on PC

OS X Running on PC

Ed Steele August 29, 2005 Comments Off on OS X Running on PC

Someone sent me this a while back, and I forgot to put it up right away. So it just sat in my inbox until I remembered to put it up now. So thanks Inappropriaterub

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Skype web enabled

Skype web enabled

Ed Steele August 24, 2005 Comments Off on Skype web enabled

One of the best IM/voice clients out there is promising to become even better (me thinks it has something to do with the recent Google offering). They plan on web enabling Skype so that

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Google Desktop 2

Google Desktop 2

Ed Steele August 22, 2005 Comments Off on Google Desktop 2

The Second version of Google Desktop has been released today. The new version has enhanced indexed searching capabilities inside Outlook, Gmail and more. However one of the biggest additions to their program is the

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Navizon P2P Wireless Positioning

Navizon P2P Wireless Positioning

Ed Steele August 10, 2005 Comments Off on Navizon P2P Wireless Positioning

Navizon is the first P2P wireless positioning system that uses GPS, WiFi and cellular to create a geographic positioning system. If you have a Pocket PC with WiFi or cellular capability it can be

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