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Google extends search to the desktop

Google extends search to the desktop

Beating rivals to the punch, Google released its new desktop search tool that allows people to scan through personal files and Web history stored locally on a PC in the same way they use Google to search the web.

October 14, 2004 by in Google

PeopleSoft's  moves to thwart Oracle

PeopleSoft's moves to thwart Oracle

Declan McCullagh reports on on testimony in the Oracle/PeopleSoft spat by Kevin Parker, PeopleSoft's co-president and chief financial officer, who acknowledged that PeopleSoft went to customers with hat in hand to accelerate deals to avoid what otherwise could have been an embarrassing second quarter for the company in 2003.

October 13, 2004 by in Oracle

France gives the green light to cell jamming

France gives the green light to cell jamming

Mobile phone users who forget or refuse to switch off their phones will no longer be able to irritate audiences in theaters and movie cinemas across France because the right to block phone signals within such buildings is now effect. The block is strictly limited to the perimeter of the performance area and excludes jamming outgoing calls to emergency services, according to a news report.

October 13, 2004 by in Mobility


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