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Authenticating Data in the Chad Universe

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The nation is grappling with the failures of its current electoral system, and many people are seeking solutions to bring the election process into the digital age.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: January 8, 2001

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation launched a program called InfraGuard, which it hopes will "expand direct contacts with private-sector infrastructure owners and operators" to promote sharing of information about cyberintrusions and vulnerab

Wireless Fix

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Merger hits skids in soft market

Digital Island: Yet Another Castaway?

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Without partners, Digital Island could drown in red ink.

Spectrum: New Year, New Bidding

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With bidding for PCS licenses topping $11 billion, many question whether rates will soar as well.

Ricochet: Fast but Very Scarce

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Metricom's Ricochet is the first national, high-speed wireless network.

Is Wireless Just the Ticket?

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Airlines wonder if fliers want cell-phone ticketing.

Beefed-Up Rex Makes a Trim PIM

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Xircom handheld improved by touch-screen but limited by PCMCIA card.

Palm Pair Handles Office Applications

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Puts documents, spreadsheets in users' hands.

Should Old Amusements Be Forgot?

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With the presidential election wrapped up and the year winding down, Spencer found himself reminiscing about some of the funnier rumors and tidbits that crossed his path over the past 12 months.

Wireless Services Hit Snags

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Location-based advertisers for wireless devices must rethink strategies to spur customer adoption.

Lotus Is Catching the Wireless Bug

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CEO Zollar talks about tapping 'knowledge transparency' and popularity of instant messaging.

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