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posted in May 2009
For the first time, all five international partner agencies are represented in orbit, NASA said.
Struggling ISP hopes independence will provide a new lease on life.
Gartner expert says president's plan to protect nation's computing infrastructure won't work.
CompTIA says Europe's sanctions against Microsoft could damage the whole industry.
The entire Expedition 20 crew represents five agencies -- the first time a space station crew has represented all five international space agency partners at once.
The FCC's soft test of the digital television conversion was a wake-up call for consumers who aren't prepared for the June 12 transition.
A 12-year-old student wins a contest to name NASA's Red Planet exploration vehicle.
Gen. Charles Bolden served for more than 34 years in the Marine Corps before becoming senior VP at TechTrans International through 2005.
DST offer values social networking site at about $10 billion.
The U.S. Air Force may not be able to acquire new satellites in time to prevent disruption in GPS service for military and civilian users.
The shuttle crew completes all of the mission's objectives, adding new instruments, making repairs, and replacing battery modules and a fine guidance sensor on the Hubble Space Telescope.
More than half of those surveyed who browse the Web in their pajamas do so for as much as six hours a week, Credant Technologies finds.
Legislation would give the State Department additional resources and training for intellectual property enforcement efforts in foreign countries.
CompTIA reports that managed services providers are holding profits longer and recovering sooner than traditional product and support sales companies.
The reaction comes after criticism of the online classified ad site, including accusations that the site has engaged in criminal acts.
The crew planned to install one of the panels Sunday, but they were unable to complete the task in time.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau's latest best practices provide a library of examples of how to execute such ads for various marketing messages.
I got an e-mail from the President this week and, frankly, I think that's pretty cool.
NASA astronaut Mike Massimino's first "tweet" from orbit read, "Launch was awesome!"
Analyst says the social networking site may need to change its business model to remain viable.
The spacecraft will spend more than three years with its sights on more than 100,000 stars as it seeks planets that orbit sun-like stars in regions where conditions could support life.
Online classified service will no longer accept erotic services ads under pressure from state AGs.
Space shuttle crew begins maintenance operation on giant telescope.
The maker of "Me So Holy" complains on his Web site that Apple has completely misunderstood his application.
Crew members also are checking tools they'll use during the Hubble Space Telescope repair mission, as well as the Extravehicular Mobility Units they'll use during five spacewalks.
The online portal could be guilty of breach of contract for failing to remove unauthorized images.
The Federal Communications Commission has ignored guidelines in the Telecommunications Act of 1996 that call for broadband competition, openness, and access, according to a recent report from an advocacy group.
Research firm says e-commerce operators are better off using boxed software and devoting savings to SEO and other marketing efforts.
Seven NASA astronauts are set to begin their two-day journey to the space telescope.
The trade association says it's also pursuing those who pirate other works such as computer graphics.
Tara O'Toole has held numerous senior positions related to biosecurity and biodefense.
Omnitec Solutions will provide the armed forces with streaming content services.
Urge to conserve trumped by doubts about prices and regulation, survey shows.
Several attorneys general are threatening criminal prosecution unless the online marketplace takes steps to remove its "erotic services" section.
MIT researchers are developing a nanoscopic material that looks like chicken wire under a microscope to create the next generation of processors.
While industrialized economies are seeing slowing growth, the developer population in India and China is still climbing.
Social networking site lets members communicate directly with each other from within a browser.
Barney Frank's bill would overturn prohibition on Internet betting.
EU information society commissioner calls for G12-style Internet governance.
The Internal Revenue Service will receive an award for its free online service.
The site has come under siege this week by FBaction.net, which has delivered messages among Facebook friends, telling them to check out a link.
The next-generation Orion shuttle is slated for 2015, leaving a five-year gap in which the United States will not operate its own space shuttles.