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Are Cell Phones Becoming Road Hazards?

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Telematics industry pushing hands-free computing devices for cars.

.Net Tools Facilitate Move to Web Services

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Continuing the steady drumbeat of Web services announcements from major software vendors, Microsoft Corp. this week will unveil two versions of Visual Studio.Net aimed at helping enterprise customers start using Web services.

Service Offered to ISPs, Telcos

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Internet service providers and telecommunications companies now have one more service they can offer customers.

Fired and Proud of It

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Just got dumped amidst the dot-com crash, but don't want to put your personal e-mail address on your résumé?

Signal Skirmish

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Satellite, land-based providers war over spectrum

Opportunity Knocks ... and Echoes, Too

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If we didn't know better, we'd swear this was a come-on for a head-hunting firm.

Senators to OK FCC Heads

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With change may come improved relations between lawmakers and FCC.

Cable Telephony: to IP, or Not to IP

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Cable operators have been looking forward to the day Internet Protocol (IP) telephone technology becomes good enough to ensure a nearly flawless level of service.

XML Marks the Hot Spot

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Panel sessions at conferences are usually pretty bland, sparsely attended affairs.

Introducing the I-Manager

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One of the best things about being a controlled-circulation publication is that we know exactly who our readers are.

SOHO No Go

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For the past six months, Interactive Week's Middle Coast crew has been casting about for a decent small office/home office high-speed Internet connection that doesn't necessarily involve the local telephone company.

The Death of Killer Apps

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You know it's going to be a long, tough dry spell for technological innovation when the search for coffee beans becomes touted as the next great "killer app."

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