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Haiku

220 Random Hiaku PoemsPress Note in lower right for background environmental music. Shake or press Shake in lower left to select another...

January 14, 2010 by Paul Barrett

Beckstrom: I came to change Icann

Icann is preparing for new generic top-level domain applications. Rod Beckstrom, the chief executive of Icann, talks to ZDNet UK about his work at the heart of the internet

September 24, 2011 by

Getting there virtually

Virtualization is a way to abstract applications and their underlying components away from the hardware supporting them. The goal usually is one of the following: higher levels of performance, scalability, reliability or to create a unified security or management domain.

April 5, 2007 by

PCMark04

PCMark04 is the latest version of the popular PCMark series. This application-based benchmark is a premium tool for measuring overall...

May 13, 2004 by Futuremark

Stash

Too many passwords? Can't remember what password goes where? Can't remember credit card numbers and other personal information? Stash!...

March 11, 2002 by D.B. Coders

The Internet's .1 and only?

A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web

October 3, 2000 by

The Internet's .1 and only?

A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web.

October 2, 2000 by

Land rush for top-level domains

The five-year effort by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to expand the Internet address list is entering the home stretch, with applications for new top-level domain names now being accepted. With about three weeks to go before the deadline for submissions hits, a lot of big players are waiting on the sidelines, hoping that ICANN will clarify just how it will judge each submission.

September 5, 2000 by

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