There's a very handy add-on for the Firefox web browser that informs you of your IP address. This is useful if you're setting a streaming server for a live audiocast.
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D-Link is shipping two new IP cams that enable you to monitor your home or small business from any Web-connected browser. The two cams are priced right at $99.
Google is adding search privacy protections and will remove your cookies and IP address after 18 to 24 months. My first reaction: It doesn't go far enough and Google shouldn't be spying on me at all.
The browser is establishing a foothold in a technology that some see as an emerging force in the next few years: television delivered over IP networks.
By John Rendleman, PC Week17 May, 2000 - Cisco Systems Inc. has unveiled its Integrated Communications System 7750, a multipurpose IP office telephony system with new browser-based management capabilities.
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