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Verizon has introduced a new in home personal cell phone tower that connects to your broadband connection so users can get a full signal within a 5000 square foot area. The unit connects...
NTT DoCoMo Kansa, Inc will be removing a tower that it installed in a local bus station December 2005. About 40 residents of Kawanishi, Hyogo formed a group to eliminate pollution triggered by electromagnetic...
Thanks xStainDx...A security hole on Tower Records' Web site exposed data on millions of U.S. and U.K. customers until it was closed late Wednesday. The glitch allowed anyone to peruse Tower Records' Web site to...
Found this link over at GeekNews and thought it would be a good edition to the news postings on NeoWin. As GeekNews says...If you play CS, you may know that you can jump on top...