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Google, Bank Resolve Issue Over Misfired E-mail

A week ago, we had news that Google was sued by a bank over sensitive E-mail sent to a wrong Gmail address by the bank’s employee. Apparently, the issue has been resolved with Google deactivating the Gmail account on the judge’s order. According to Cnet news, the Gmail account will

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US Relaxes Control Over Internet

BBC news has reported that the US government is relaxing its control over the internet. Icann, a not-for-profit private sector corporation set up by the US government, oversees the internet structure and is due to sign a new agreement with the US government on Wednesday. It is believed that the new agreement

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Pizza Workers Strike Over Internet Porn

Cnet has an article about pizza workers picketing  over internet porn at a pizza factory in Naas, Ireland. It appears that 3 workers were fired for looking at an email containing “some material of a pornographic nature”. In a show of support for the dismissed workers, the staff at the

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Australia Embarks on Biggest Ever Infrastructure Venture.

The Australian government has commenced laying fibre-optic cables in Tasmania as part of an ambitious plan to connect 90% of homes to a high-tech broadband network. The massive project, reportedly worth a whopping USD37 billion, has garnered interests from the US and other countries which have similar plans. This is

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Google Rebuts Microsoft over Chrome Frame security

In our earlier post, Microsoft has lambasted Google over its "Chrome-in-IE" plan. Google has hit back at Microsoft today, defending its new Chrome Frame plug-in, and says it makes IE more secure, not less. Read the article now on Computerworld and enjoy the mudslinging! "Accessing sites using Google Chrome Frame brings

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Facebook Sued

WhoGlue Inc., a small Baltimore tech company founded in 2000, is suing Facebook for infringing on a key patent it holds on "facilitating communications between user members of an online network." If WhoGlue gets its way, the patent infringement case may potentially hurt the online social networking giant's business but

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Microsoft Blasts Google’s Chrome-in-IE plan

Google has raised the ire of Microsoft by releasing Chrome Frame, an open source plug-in which allows people to run Google Wave from within all versions of Internet Explorer. For those who do not know, Google Chrome Frame is a plug-in for Internet Explorer that lets people use Chrome from within

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