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Juno borrows from SETI@Home

Juno Online Services is developing a plan that would require participating Juno customers to keep their computers on at all times. Juno wants to sell unused time and space on its customers' hard drives to third parties such as scientific researchers who want to solve large computational problems.

Juno Online Services is developing a plan that would require participating Juno customers to keep their computers on at all times. Juno wants to sell unused time and space on its customers' hard drives to third parties such as scientific researchers who want to solve large computational problems. Full story to follow. --Jennifer Renwick, Wall Street Journal

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