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Computing the Future Symposium envisions robots everywhere.
US-Canada border too long, rugged for additional border cops to make a difference, officials say.
An unique new program designed to help educators inspire student interest in technical or scientific careers opened at Florida's Kennedy Space Center this month.
"We must inform our children about the importance of hurricane safety and awareness so that they can, in turn, help educate their families," says author Diane Stanitski.
The FCC awards Boeing a license for Connexion, the airplane maker's in-flight Internet and e-mail service. The Sept. 11 attacks are a factor in the setting of a launch date.
SYDNEY--Virgin Blue's Web site fell over under traffic loads seven times its normal volume as a flood of people attempted to capitalize on the Australian airline's $2.53 Internet airfare sale.
America West Airlines has marked its return to Washington National Airport by offering an Internet fare sale, the company said Monday. Closed after the Sept.
CMGI Chief Executive David Wetherell is taking a significant pay cut for 2002, slashing his annual salary from $530,000 to $1.The cut is "in recognition of the company's current state of unprofitability," according to a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
For the second time, the online travel agency has managed to sidestep losing fees from airlines that say they have stopped paying commissions on Internet fares.