Google co-founder pushes TV “white space” plan

Google co-founder pushes TV “white space” plan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Google Inc co-founder Larry Page was in Washington on Thursday to promote the company’s proposal for a new generation of wireless devices to operate on soon-to-be-vacant television airwaves.[Lees verder]

Singapore bans two porn websites in symbolic move
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore has banned access to two pornographic websites in a “symbolic statement” of the country’s societal values, its media regulator said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Memorabilia site lowers velvet rope, fights fraud
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Trekkies can boldly go online to get a personalized message from Captain Kirk himself via a Web site that puts a new twist on the global $4 billion memorabilia market often beset by fraud.[Lees verder]

Online love is often blind, brief: study
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Matches made over the Internet often do not last because people end up choosing unsuitable partners and forming emotional bonds before meeting face-to-face, an Australian university researcher has found.[Lees verder]

Director Egoyan challenges web “cliche”
CANNES, France (Reuters) – Who said the Web was worldwide? Not director Atom Egoyan, whose new film “Adoration” explores just how confining cyberspace can be when a teenager confronts a culture clash that has damaged him and his family.[Lees verder]

Google co-founder pushes TV “white space” plan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Google Inc co-founder Larry Page was in Washington on Thursday to promote the company’s proposal for a new generation of wireless devices to operate on soon-to-be-vacant television airwaves.[Lees verder]

Singapore bans two porn websites in symbolic move
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore has banned access to two pornographic websites in a “symbolic statement” of the country’s societal values, its media regulator said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Memorabilia site lowers velvet rope, fights fraud
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Trekkies can boldly go online to get a personalized message from Captain Kirk himself via a Web site that puts a new twist on the global $4 billion memorabilia market often beset by fraud.[Lees verder]

Online love is often blind, brief: study
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Matches made over the Internet often do not last because people end up choosing unsuitable partners and forming emotional bonds before meeting face-to-face, an Australian university researcher has found.[Lees verder]

Director Egoyan challenges web “cliche”
CANNES, France (Reuters) – Who said the Web was worldwide? Not director Atom Egoyan, whose new film “Adoration” explores just how confining cyberspace can be when a teenager confronts a culture clash that has damaged him and his family.[Lees verder]

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