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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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The Motley Fool
December 20, 2005
Tim Beyers
Microsoft Drops Mac Browser So long, Internet Explorer. Mac users won't miss you. The real winner here? Open source. With open-source alternatives battling Microsoft products for market share across the PC world, it's a boost those programs desperately need. mark for My Articles 951 similar articles
January 2006
Amanda C. Kooser
New Digital Dawning The way entrepreneurs use the web is shifting. Join us on our journey to the future of the web. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
December 26, 2005
Catherine Yang
At Stake: The Net As We Know It If the phone and cable companies that operate broadband networks get their way, today's Information Highway could be laden with tollgates, express lanes, and traffic tie-ups - all designed to make money for the network companies. mark for My Articles 780 similar articles
December 15, 2005
Clint Boulton
W3C to Workshop Web Security Dissatisfied with the way the current security methods that protect people using the Internet, the World Wide Web Consortium will conduct a two-day workshop to discuss better options. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
December 14, 2005
Susan Kuchinskas
Do Blogs Need Structure? New Structured Blogging initiative aims to standardize descriptions of blog info. mark for My Articles 344 similar articles
December 12, 2005
David Needle
Free VMware Player Ready to Go VMware says a Mozilla Browser Appliance, along with pre-built applications from Oracle, BEA, IBM and others, is available. mark for My Articles 810 similar articles
December 12, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
Could a U.S. Shift to IPv6 Cost $75B? Moving to IPv6 will present a number of challenges for the U.S. federal government, not the least of which is the associated price tag, which could hit $75 billion. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
December 8, 2005
Jim Wagner
False WHOIS Data Still Bedevils The database holding the contact information for registered domain names is still plagued with inaccurate entries, a problem that's the root cause for much of the Web-based trickery on the Internet. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
PC World
January 2006
Erik Larkin
Browser Face-Off Internet Explorer finally receives an overhaul that helps it match its rivals' features but Firefox and Opera aren't standing still. mark for My Articles 918 similar articles
December 6, 2005
Jim Wagner
ICANN's Small Step Toward .Asia ICANN's board of directors gave a a provisional thumbs-up for .asia, but is saving the final word on .xxx and its proposed .com agreement for another day. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
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