Vietnam Limits Online Gaming

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Vietnam will soon impose a play time quota of a maximum five hours daily as well as other restrictions in an effort to deter people, especially children, from playing online computer games. The Ministries of...

Fujitsu Pushes Hard Drive Limits

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Researchers are working on technology that could offer seven times as much storage. Researchers in Japan have reported success in an advanced data-storage technology that could help yield hard drives with capacities...

Microsoft's Gates Urges End to Tech Visa Limits

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The United States should remove visa limits to allow more skilled foreign citizens to work at U.S. companies if it wants to remain a leader in technology, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said on Wednesday....

BT introducing bandwidth limits

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Bandwidth limits are a growing an inevitability with ISPs; NTL introduced them a while ago, and now BT appears to be doing the same thing. BT Broadband, who have seen massive customer growth in the...

Music Industry Seeks Digital Radio Copying Limits

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Several radio broadcasters that offer CD-quality music over the airwaves could actually be copied if certain precautions are not taken. This warning comes Friday by the record industry. Apparently without copy protections on...

AOL limits free Netscape Radio listening

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A representative from AOL confirmed my earlier suspicion that the company is dropping Real Audio format for its free Netscape Radio service, and switching instead to Ultravox servers, developed by its Nullsoft subsidiary. Spokeswoman Ann...

Amazon limits full-text search

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Amazon.com has disabled the printing feature of its recently introduced "Search inside the book" service after an authors' group voiced concern that it could erode sales of some types of works. The service lets users...

Microsoft limits XML in Office 2003

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A distinction that Microsoft is making between professional and standard versions of Office 2003 means that many customers may not get all the features they've been expecting, including broad support for Web services. ...

Cable companies considering download limits

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It has been reported that cable companies AT&T Broadband, Charter Communications, and Cox Communications are considering moves which could see the end of cheap bandwidth as they look towards limiting users and forcing them to...

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