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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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IEEE Spectrum
June 2005
Marlowe Hood
Wiring Small-Town China The fiber-optic tentacles of China's Internet extend deep into the heartland. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
May 26, 2005
Jim Wagner
Netscape 8 Breaks IE's XML Rendering Microsoft recommends IE users uninstall Netscape 8 if they're affected by the latest bug. mark for My Articles 659 similar articles
May 20, 2005
Tim Gray
Back to The Drawing Board For Netscape Netscape was forced to publish a security update for its Netscape 8 browser only hours after its official launch. mark for My Articles 749 similar articles
May 20, 2005
Chris Nerney
Beware the Browser Backlash The Mozilla Foundation's Firefox open-source browser now is being subjected to the kind of scrutiny and criticism that inevitably confronts any challenge to the status quo. mark for My Articles 731 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
May 18, 2005
Chris Sherman
Supercharging Firefox A new book from by Nigel McFarlane, Firefox Hacks, shows you how to supercharge your browsing experience. It's loaded with dozens of tips and techniques that you can apply right away. mark for My Articles 438 similar articles
May 16, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
New Explorer Gets Tabs Microsoft will join Firefox and Opera by offering tabbed browsing in IE 7. mark for My Articles 468 similar articles
May 12, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
Mozilla Rushes Fixes; Microsoft Doesn't Gloat Mozilla 1.7.8 and FireFox 1.0.4 issue fixes to to patch vulnerabilities that could have allowed malicious users to execute arbitrary code. Internet Explorer's product head states that browser security is an industry problem. mark for My Articles 898 similar articles
May 11, 2005
Clint Boulton
W3C Plots Better Browsing For PDAs Converged devices and advanced communications are fueling the push to allow better Web access from mobile machines. mark for My Articles 694 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 10, 2005
Rick Aristotle Munarriz
Google Goes Down Google may have gone down for a bit -- but it's certainly not out. Investors, read on. mark for My Articles 840 similar articles
May 9, 2005
Tim Gray
Two Holes Poke Firefox Veneer Mozilla's Firefox web browser has two flaws that allowed a malicious site to execute arbitrary code. mark for My Articles 679 similar articles
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