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New Cell Phone Chip Rivals WiFi

Maybe this is part of the answer to this foolishness: Australian researchers unveiled a chip that lets cell-phone users receive high-quality face-to-face video and other streaming media at rates faster than a home broadband connection. Developed at Bell Labs in Australia, the chip works on a next-generation cell-phone network like the one powering the Sprint PCS Vision service and can ... Read More »

Broadband Fools

Broadband, everything is dependent upon broadband to move to the next level of services, content, etc via the Internet. The single use most driving the expansion of broadband right now is P2P trading. So what do European ISPs want to do now? Limit usage – could they be more retarded? Fast net providers find themselves with a tricky dilemma as ... Read More »

Nude Bloggies Voting

It’s finally here! Time to vote in the Nude Weblog Awards. Vote. It’s not just your duty. It’s your right! [ NOT WORK SAFE! Duh. ] Read More »

Mac vs. PC

You know the argument, it's been going on since 1984. Mac is better than PC. PC is better than Mac. And so on. Read More »

‘Tis the Season

You might as well stop fighting all of the 9/11 anniversary activity out there for the next week and go with the flow. Steve Kelly has just launched “36 Views of the World Trade Center,” “a communal art/photography project commemorating the WTC, inspired by the Japanese artist Hokusai’s ’36 Views of Mount Fuji.'” They are looking for participants to submit ... Read More »