U.S. general laments Google Earth capability

U.S. general laments Google Earth capability
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of U.S. Air Force intelligence and surveillance on Thursday said data available commercially through online mapping software such as Google Earth posed a danger to security but could not be rolled back.[Lees verder]

Business.com could sell for up to $400 mln: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Business.com Internet domain and search engine is for sale and could fetch between $300 million and $400 million, The Wall Street Journal Online reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Government posts hospital death rates for heart ailments
CHICAGO (Reuters) – The government posted mortality data on Thursday for the nation’s thousands of hospitals for heart attacks and heart failure, in an effort to shed light on which hospitals provide the best care.[Lees verder]

French firm helps find love in a wine bottle
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – A French company is trying to help people find romance with a new wine that links them up with a special online dating site.[Lees verder]

GE, Pearson drop Dow Jones takeover pursuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – General Electric Co. and Pearson Plc said on Thursday they will not pursue a joint offer for publisher Dow Jones & Co. Inc., removing a potential challenge to a $5-billion bid by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp..[Lees verder]

EU body to expand Web search probe
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s data watchdog said on Thursday it will expand its investigation of how Web search engines retain information on Internet surfers to other companies beyond sector leader Google.[Lees verder]

Real economy thrives in virtual world
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Jon Jacobs goes to work, he feeds his monsters, maybe puts in an auction bid on a rare piece of armor, or sells a couple apartments on his personal asteroid.[Lees verder]

U.S. general laments Google Earth capability
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of U.S. Air Force intelligence and surveillance on Thursday said data available commercially through online mapping software such as Google Earth posed a danger to security but could not be rolled back.[Lees verder]

Business.com could sell for up to $400 mln: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Business.com Internet domain and search engine is for sale and could fetch between $300 million and $400 million, The Wall Street Journal Online reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Government posts hospital death rates for heart ailments
CHICAGO (Reuters) – The government posted mortality data on Thursday for the nation’s thousands of hospitals for heart attacks and heart failure, in an effort to shed light on which hospitals provide the best care.[Lees verder]

French firm helps find love in a wine bottle
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) – A French company is trying to help people find romance with a new wine that links them up with a special online dating site.[Lees verder]

GE, Pearson drop Dow Jones takeover pursuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – General Electric Co. and Pearson Plc said on Thursday they will not pursue a joint offer for publisher Dow Jones & Co. Inc., removing a potential challenge to a $5-billion bid by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp..[Lees verder]

EU body to expand Web search probe
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s data watchdog said on Thursday it will expand its investigation of how Web search engines retain information on Internet surfers to other companies beyond sector leader Google.[Lees verder]

Real economy thrives in virtual world
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Jon Jacobs goes to work, he feeds his monsters, maybe puts in an auction bid on a rare piece of armor, or sells a couple apartments on his personal asteroid.[Lees verder]

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