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ExtremeTech

Devicescape has released its automatic WiFi connection utility for mobile devices. Automatically logs in devices -- even devices without browsers, such as VoIP phones -- at thousands of free and commercial WiFi hotspot locations, the company says.

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Playfuls.com

"In terms of paying users revenue against the content that they are uploading, we definitely are going to be moving in that direction," Hurley said in video recorded in Davos, by a YouTube user and posted on the site.

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AntiWar Radio (audio)

Announcing the addition of the great Charles Goyette to Antiwar Radio at Antiwar.com! Fired by Clear Channel and hired by Air America for his opposition to the invasion of Iraq. Known as the “most independent talk show host in America” on 50,000 watt

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The Guardian

China could overtake the US as the country with the most internet users within two years, according to its government, which released figures showing that the nation's online population had increased to 137 million people in the last 12 months.

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Daily Telegraph

British military bases in Iraq have been "blotted" out from Google Earth maps at the request of the Government to hinder terrorist attacks, it can be revealed. Sensitive installations such as the Trident nuclear submarine pens in Faslane

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AP

For evidence that digital information, once set free, cannot be controlled, consider the steamy video of Brazilian supermodel Daniela Cicarelli making out with her boyfriend on a Spanish beach and in the water just off shore.

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The Local

Swedish file-sharing website The Pirate Bay is planning to buy its own nation in an attempt to circumvent international copyright laws. The group has set up a campaign to raise money to buy Sealand, a former British naval platform in the North Sea

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Christian Science Monitor

By the end of this year, the contents of all 1,800 courses taught at one of the world's most prestigious universities will be available online to anyone in the world, anywhere in the world. Learners won't have to register for the classes, and

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USA Today

The revolution was not televised; it was blasted all over the Internet. Social networks, led by MySpace, became mainstream; millions joined the ranks of bloggers, and citizens learned to use cameras and Web tools to become watchdogs.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Net Neutrality is highly controversial and has been criticized for being "a solution in search of a problem" as well as for destroying incentives to build new networks and launch next generation Internet services.

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CrooksAndLiars.com

A video explanation from the perspective of those that want an "equal" access speed for everyone. (I hope this generates some comments,... I'll be looking for another perspective to post)

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David Edwards and Ron Brynaert - Raw Story

"Everyone already assumes bloggers are unemployed losers," wrote one commenter, "thanks for reinforcing that stereotype..." (Scroll right down to the video for a quick look :)

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Tom Paine

Although we think of the Internet as an infinite network, we can pinpoint a representative beginning and a representative end. In order for the US to have a truly workable policy to make sure the benefits of sophisticated Internet connections are av

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Reuters

Google's chief executive offered some advice to Republicans looking ahead to the 2008 presidential contest: make better use of the Internet's electioneering power if you want to win next time. "The ones that take advantage of this mos

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by Jason Fry (Wall Street Journal)

This summer ESPN.com's Bill Simmons offered his readers a lengthy list of his all-time favorite YouTube clips. An entertaining romp through sports, movies, music videos...all those links ensured the column would have a short shelf life.

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Reuters

Web search leader Google Inc.said that it closed its $1.65 billion acquisition of top online video-sharing site YouTube, setting a new record in the valuation for user-generated media sites.

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AP

The Chinese government said accusations by a press freedom group it was one of the worst culprits of systematic online censorship were "groundless" and that its citizens could freely access the Internet.

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by Declan McCullagh (cNet)

China has long drawn heightened scrutiny because of the breadth and sophistication of its Internet censorship. Which is why it came as a surprise when a Chinese government official claimed that no Net censorship existed at all.

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CNET News

(Well, this is a relief) At the meeting, the commission will vote on how to classify the emerging technoolgy, which allows electric companies to provide high-speed Internet access over the power grid. The commission will likely classify BPL

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