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Wednesday, June 19, 2002

European Air Controllers Strike. Throughout Europe, airports were deserted and airplanes grounded after air traffic controllers in France and other nations went on strike Wednesday to protest a plan to dramatically reorganize the use of Europe's skies. [AP World News]
10:41:21 AM    

RIM sues rival Good over patents. Research In Motion files a patent infringement lawsuit against Good Technology, accusing the handheld start-up of violating its intellectual property rights. [CNET News.com]
10:40:57 AM    

Business: Nestle Scoops Up Dreyer's Ice Cream. 12:21 ET - Reuters [NewsBlip.com]
10:40:31 AM    

AMD releases Athlon MP 2100+. More than 30 vendors will offer systems with new processor [IDG InfoWorld]
10:40:03 AM    

RIM sues rival Good over patents. Research in Motion files a patent infringement suit against Good Technology, accusing the handheld start-up of violating its intellectual property rights. [CNET News.com]
10:39:39 AM    



Thursday, March 21, 2002

Money Manager reports on Salem Communications [The Wall Street Transcript]
7:23:35 AM    

CEO discusses the growth strategies for Ibis Technology [The Wall Street Transcript]
7:22:55 AM    



Wednesday, March 20, 2002

Furrybot to Watch Over You. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a cute, furry robot, and it's the latest in retirement home technology. By Daithí Ó hAnluain. [Wired News]
6:58:56 AM    

Economy takes quick turns. Experts are regularly surprised by conflicting indicators and economy's brisk shifts. [USA Today : Front Page]
6:27:54 AM    



Tuesday, March 19, 2002

Intel boosts PC management capabilities [IDG InfoWorld] [X M F N.net]
7:28:04 PM    

HP/COMPAQ: Opposition voters lament loss of the HP Way [IDG InfoWorld] [X M F N.net]
7:27:28 PM    

Irish Fitted for Broadband Rings. In a government-funded gambit to jump on the broadband bandwagon, Ireland will encircle 123 towns and cities with high-speed, fiber-optic access rings. Karlin Lillington reports from Dublin. [Wired News]
7:27:02 AM    

'E-giving' gets a boost. Six months after 9/11, experts believe that as much as $150M in donations came through the Net. Health [USA Today : Front Page]
7:25:51 AM    



Monday, March 18, 2002

ALERT/(OTCBB: EVOP) EVOP Jumps over 100% on Stealth Buying Last Few Weeks
11:37:12 AM    

Tech VCs toughen up on funding terms. When the market was hot, agreeing to strict stipulations as a condition of getting venture capital was all but unheard of. Now it's all the rage. [CNET News.com: E-Business]
7:54:53 AM    

Venture News Canada Names Vectoria, Inc of Montreal Best New Telecom Technology of 2002

MONTREAL, March 15 /CNW/ - (www.venturenewscanada.com) - Venture News Canada is pleased to present its best new technology award in the telecom sector to Vectoria, Inc. (OTCBB: VTOR) of Montreal. Vectoria's state of the art Next Generation VoIP network enables customers to completely eliminate long distance charges.Venture News Canada's staff contributes the award to Vectoria not only because of its paradigm shifting technology, but because of the humanitarian benefits from eliminating long distance charges as well.


7:52:01 AM    

Chase's Early Dalliances With Global Crossing. Global Crossing is said to owe about $95 million to J. P. Morgan Chase, which has little chance of recovering more than pennies on the dollar. [New York Times: Technology]
7:47:59 AM    

Fiber Optics, as Never Been Seen. One of the challenges of fiber optics is protecting transmissions from snoops. 'Chaotic behavior' could be the encryption system of the future. By Mark K. Anderson. [Wired News]
7:47:14 AM    

Handspring trots out Treo Mail. The ahndheld maker introduces a wireless e-mail service to go with its popular Treo communicator, a handheld organizer that also functions as a phone. [CNET News.com]
7:46:37 AM    

Ad sales dig out of slump. Signs point to mild recovery after worst slump since the Depression. [USA Today : Front Page]
7:46:16 AM    



Sunday, March 17, 2002

(OTCBB: VOTM) Vectoria's Secret is Free Long Distance via VoIP over Fiber

On March 8th  Vectoria, Inc. (OTCBB: VTOR)  Vectoria announced the completion of the first phase of its VoIP network across Canada. This next generation network completely eliminates long distance charges via VoIP over high speed fiber optic cable.


10:35:26 PM    

BBC, the goofy Google bomb concept has hit mainstream media.  The subtext of this concept is that individuals with personal websites shouldn't have the ability to show up on Google for any combination of keywords.  Why?  This thinking assumes that individuals don't and can't publish anything of value.  It assumes that their motives are corrupt and focused on petty personal gain.  Further, it's implied that only journalists and corporate run sites have the integrity to publish anything of value, and that they alone should show up on Google.  Bah!  [John Robb's Radio Weblog] [X M F N]
9:27:14 PM    

Oracle earnings match warning. The software reports third-quarter earnings of 9 cents per share, in line with an earnings pre-announcement. [CNET News.com: E-Business] [X M F N]
9:26:07 PM    

XMFN Launches Financial News Radio Satellite Server

 

XMFN, a radio satellite financial news server, is pleased to announce today that it has launched its new service at www.XMFN.net

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9:24:55 PM    

Elusive iMac slowly turning up online. It may take time, but the stylish new Apple machine is findable at some e-tailers--and the low supply and high demand aren't driving up the price that much. [CNET News.com: E-Business] [X M F N]
9:23:36 PM    

(XMFN) XM Financial News Launches RSS satellite site www.XMFN.net  

XMFN announced today that it has launched its "self orbiting satellite RSS Web Site" focusing on Financial News. "The first financial news satellite in a cloud"

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6:33:36 AM    

Goooooooooooooood morning! [John Robb's Radio Weblog] [X M F N]
6:31:24 AM    

(FNUSA) Financial News USA Joins XMFN

www.financialnewsusa.com


6:27:29 AM    



Saturday, March 16, 2002

Slain girl remembered. Danielle van Dam's friends and family gather for memorial service in San Diego. [USA Today : Front Page] [X M F N]
11:03:35 PM    

'Dot.Con': One Is Born Every Minute. John Cassidy, a financial writer for The New Yorker, looks at the Internet stock craze and the fortunes it made and lost. [New York Times: Technology] [X M F N]
11:01:16 PM    

XMFN Launches Financial News Radio Satellite Server

 

XMFN, a radio satellite financial news server, is pleased to announce today that it has launched its new service at www.XMFN.net


10:50:12 PM    

The Economist.  World-wide population growth will soon turn into a decline. "...in the past decade, it has become increasingly clear that countries whose reproductive zeal had fallen below the 2.1 magic number were not isolated cases."  For industrialized nations,1.85 is the new magic number.  The unexpected news was that developing nations are slowing their growth to the industrial "magic number" faster than earlier estimates. [John Robb's Radio Weblog]
10:32:12 PM    

The Woman Behind the Big Leap. Sue Swenson's quick ascension to the top, as head of mobile phone operator Leap Wireless, illustrates that nice people don't have to finish last. By Elisa Batista. [Wired News]
10:30:44 PM    

Excite@Home spinoff seeks new home. Enliven, one of the pioneer developers of attention-grabbing Flash advertisements, is struggling to find a new owner, according to sources close to the company. [CNET News.com]
10:28:01 PM    

Google Search Engine Unfazed by 'Googlewhackers'. Popular Internet search engine Google is being used by some Web surfers to carry out political and other protests, as well as for extracurricular fun and games. But as Google director of machine learning Peter Norvig told NewsFactor, "It's not something where everybody's coming in and using up all our server time doing Googlewhacks." [osOpinion]
10:27:04 PM    

BBC, the goofy Google bomb concept has hit mainstream media.  The subtext of this concept is that individuals with personal websites shouldn't have the ability to show up on Google for any combination of keywords.  Why?  This thinking assumes that individuals don't and can't publish anything of value.  It assumes that their motives are corrupt and focused on petty personal gain.  Further, it's implied that only journalists and corporate run sites have the integrity to publish anything of value, and that they alone should show up on Google.  Bah!  [John Robb's Radio Weblog]
10:26:18 PM    

'Dot.Con': One Is Born Every Minute. John Cassidy, a financial writer for The New Yorker, looks at the Internet stock craze and the fortunes it made and lost. [New York Times: Technology]
10:24:41 PM    

Slain girl remembered. Danielle van Dam's friends and family gather for memorial service in San Diego. [USA Today : Front Page]
10:24:01 PM    

Gateway shifts retail strategy. Starting Friday, the PC maker will begin stocking most of its Gateway Country stores with a select number of computers on a permanent basis. [CNET News.com: Personal Technology]
10:23:02 PM    

Oracle earnings match warning. The software reports third-quarter earnings of 9 cents per share, in line with an earnings pre-announcement. [CNET News.com: E-Business]
10:22:29 PM    

Satellite decision draws near. With a decision imminent on Europe's satellite navigation project, EU leaders may face lobbying at their Barcelona summit. [BBC News: sci/tech]
10:22:02 PM    

Elusive iMac slowly turning up online. It may take time, but the stylish new Apple machine is findable at some e-tailers--and the low supply and high demand aren't driving up the price that much. [CNET News.com: E-Business]
10:17:37 PM    






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