CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits

CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – People using CIA and FBI computers have edited entries in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia on topics including the Iraq war and the Guantanamo prison, according to a new tracing program.[Lees verder]

Niche e-tailers attract bargain hunters
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Think of a retail boutique with a very, very limited range of products and bargain basement prices. Now, put that on the Internet and you have the next big thing in online shopping.[Lees verder]

Videogame industry hopes to harness girl power
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Can “High School Musical” and “Hannah Montana” finally take girl gaming to the next level?[Lees verder]

Virtual world hires real economist
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Like many central bankers, Eyjolfur Gudmundsson spends his days fretting about inflation, making sure monetary growth is reasonable and trying to collect data about the economy.[Lees verder]

Human error limits Schwab Web site capacity
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Clients of Charles Schwab Corp. using the discount brokerage’s Web site and phone systems to trade on Thursday may have had trouble accessing their accounts due to an error that restricted system capacity.[Lees verder]

Google Web applications expanded to 5 universities
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc said on Thursday that five U.S. universities have signed on for its Internet-based applications including e-mail and instant messaging.[Lees verder]

Sprint sees 50 mln WiMax devices in next 3 years
TYSONS CORNER, Virginia (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp. has received commitments from device makers to embed emerging wireless technology WiMax in 50 million devices in the next three years, an executive for Sprint said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sprint in talks with Intel for Wimax embedded PCs
TYSONS CORNER, Virginia (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel is in talks with chip maker Intel Corp and computer makers about developing computers that have embedded connections to WiMax, an emerging high-speed wireless technology, a top executive for Sprint said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Windstream says FCC approved CTC acquisition
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. telecoms service provider Windstream Corp said on Thursday the U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved its acquisition of Internet service company CT Communications Inc.[Lees verder]

CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – People using CIA and FBI computers have edited entries in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia on topics including the Iraq war and the Guantanamo prison, according to a new tracing program.[Lees verder]

Niche e-tailers attract bargain hunters
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Think of a retail boutique with a very, very limited range of products and bargain basement prices. Now, put that on the Internet and you have the next big thing in online shopping.[Lees verder]

Videogame industry hopes to harness girl power
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Can “High School Musical” and “Hannah Montana” finally take girl gaming to the next level?[Lees verder]

Virtual world hires real economist
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Like many central bankers, Eyjolfur Gudmundsson spends his days fretting about inflation, making sure monetary growth is reasonable and trying to collect data about the economy.[Lees verder]

Human error limits Schwab Web site capacity
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Clients of Charles Schwab Corp. using the discount brokerage’s Web site and phone systems to trade on Thursday may have had trouble accessing their accounts due to an error that restricted system capacity.[Lees verder]

Google Web applications expanded to 5 universities
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc said on Thursday that five U.S. universities have signed on for its Internet-based applications including e-mail and instant messaging.[Lees verder]

Sprint sees 50 mln WiMax devices in next 3 years
TYSONS CORNER, Virginia (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp. has received commitments from device makers to embed emerging wireless technology WiMax in 50 million devices in the next three years, an executive for Sprint said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sprint in talks with Intel for Wimax embedded PCs
TYSONS CORNER, Virginia (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel is in talks with chip maker Intel Corp and computer makers about developing computers that have embedded connections to WiMax, an emerging high-speed wireless technology, a top executive for Sprint said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Windstream says FCC approved CTC acquisition
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. telecoms service provider Windstream Corp said on Thursday the U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved its acquisition of Internet service company CT Communications Inc.[Lees verder]