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Google VoIP calling goes live on Gmail in the U.S. and Canada

The service allows free calls to any phone in the U.S. and Canada and rates to other countries. Google was quick to introduce formally the...
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AVG’s Research Shows More Than 40 Percent of World’s Malicious Websites are Hosted in...

AVG Technologies, makers of the world’s most popular free anti-virus software, today unveiled the results of a research study which shows that – contrary...
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Google dominates Mobile Web search in the United States

Google enjoys a commanding lead in mobile Web search in the United States, according to Opera’s State of the Mobile Web Report. Accounting for...
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Zeitgeist Reveals United States Top 2009 Google Search Trerms

This year started off on a roll and never stopped. From bills in Washington D.C. to blow-ups on TV, there was no shortage of events...
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MediaG3 Announces the IW4G WiMAX Launch of Service Availability in the Silicon Valley

MediaG3, Inc. is pleased to report the progress on the Company's developing WIMAX service roll-out strategy in the United States. MediaG3 announces that the Company's...
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Google apologizes for displaying racist image of Michelle Obama

Google acknowledges that its search algorithms can cause the image display racist but so far refuses to engage in censorship. Google has faced a new...
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Pay per Second plans for US to India calls on Airtel

First to offer Pay per Second plans for the US to India calling card market Airtel CallHome has announced the launch of the Pay per...
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Upgraded Biometric Technology Facilitates Visitors Entry to the United States

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today that upgraded biometric technology is in place at major U.S. ports of entry, and most...
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PlayStation 2 outselling Xbox 360 in US

Like a good soccer match, the monthly sales battles between the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 2 have a lot of exciting back-and-forth. So...
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Google retains lead in U.S. search market

Google's share of the U.S. Web search market continues to edge beyond Yahoo and Microsoft, according to the latest monthly numbers released by analysis...
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US fears attack of the flying robots

TECHY TERRORISTS may start using robotic or remote-controlled light aircraft, as a replacement for suicide bombs, military experts warned. The US website Defensetech published...
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US plans more internet monitoring laws

THE MAN who judged the provisions of the Geneva convention as 'quaint', US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is apparently planning new legislation to monitor...
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United States Cell Phone Network Vulnerable To Attack

Attackers could exploit weaknesses in text messaging to crash voice and data service on an entire cell phone network, resarchers say. Cell phone networks...
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US rules all porn is child porn

All pornography in the US is now effectively classified as child pornography, unless providers can prove the ages of everyone taking part. The law,...
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U.S. to retain control of Internet domain names

The Bush administration announced Thursday that the U.S. government will not hand over control of the Internet to any other organization, a surprise move...
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US sees role in India’s moon mission

The United States is keen on strengthening cooperation with India on space science applications. Areas with strong potential for enhanced cooperation in civil space...
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U.S. Leads the Dirty Dozen Spammers

The United States is in a league of its own when it comes to sending junk mail to e-mail users. Researchers at security software...
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Hacker Sentenced To Longest US Sentence Yet

"The Associated Press is reporting that a Michigan man has been sentenced to 9 years in prison for his involvement in hacking into the...
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US claims world’s fastest supercomputer

A supercomputer developed in the United States to ensure the safety of its nuclear weapons attained a record-breaking performance of 70.72 teraflops (trillion floating...
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US Spammer Facing Nine Years in Jail

A U.S. judge has handed down a jail sentence to a US spammer recommending that he stay behind bars for nine years. Jeremy Jaynes, 30,...
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US third-party DS games revealed

Nintendo announced today the final roster of North American third-party games for its upcoming portable, the DS. A total of 45 games have been...
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Indian ‘phisher’ makes US splash!

An Indian website has been caught "phishing" in the US Presidential election.Phishing is a new Internet age fraud in which spammers send e-mail purportedly...
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Violent-game ban unconstitutional: US court

US District Court of Seattle rules that a state law forbidding the sale of games showing violence against law enforcement officers violates the First...
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Microsoft to EU:Learn from US

Microsoft says a U.S. antitrust court victory last week has a lot to teach Europeans at a time when the software giant faces a...
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