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Kids Songs Learning ABC

90 Kids Songs Learning ABCFREE 90 most Popular kids in this app. Just hit play on any kids and children can enjoy them instantly. This...

2 days ago by Kids free Learning Studio

Toilet Cleaning Rush

Prepare yourself for unlimited entertainment! Time on the toilet has never been particularly amusing Until mobile devices! Prepare...

December 17, 2014 by The Mega Game Studios

Enterprises still grappling with access management: Gartner

Despite broader recognition of the need for securing access to applications and other IT resources, enterprises are still struggling to come to terms with the issues involved with identity and access management (IAM), Gartner has warned."We need to have a much more well defined process for IAM, with architectures, controls and processes," Gartner UK vice president for research Ant Allan told attendees at a recent conference on identity and access management in London.

July 10, 2007 by

IP ant and IP grasshopper

The idea that the world would pay Verizon an IP tax on common Internet standards is absurd. It's just another way to keep the U.S. phone network marching backward, and assure that the Internet's future is made in Asia.

February 21, 2007 by

3D Ski

3D ski is a skiing game simulation where you have to go as far as possible without fall or hit obstacles. You can jump over obstacles...

December 16, 2014 by Formation facile

Write custom tasks for Ant

Most software builds can get by on the Ant's built-in tasks, but if you hit the limits of those tasks, you'll have to write your own. Fortunately, writing Ant tasks is simple.

May 27, 2002 by

Japanese develop tiny robot

Japanese electronics companies have developed a micro-machine the size of an ant that can crawl around thin pipes, inspect and even fix problems at power plants, officials said Monday.

June 21, 1999 by

Gateway goes ultra with the Fire Ant

"Ultraportables are now a viable market" according to Catherine Boyhan, product manager for Gateway which, like most companies nearly four years ago, abandoned the ultra notebook market "because there was no market". Four years on, and perhaps inspired by the arrival of Sony's ultra-thin Vaio, among others, Gateway is joining the ranks of notebook manufacturers looking at a new ways to boost revenues with a little number codenamed, Fire Ant.

September 18, 1998 by

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