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CNET News.com: Communications –

CNET News.com: CommunicationsSatellite field of dreams. If you build it, will they buy? That’s what the two companies comprising the nascent industry wonder after spending more than $1 billion each to launch satellite broadcast networks.

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The Washington Post :

The Washington Post : BusinessDespite NeuStar Cuts, It’s ‘.biz’ as Usual. NeuStar Inc.’s decision to lay off about 10 percent of its staff in late December barely registers on the Washington area technology scene at first blush, given the seemingly endless announcements of cutbacks in the technology sector.

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Business Week: Daily Briefing

Business Week: Daily BriefingHow E-mail Could Foil Fraudsters. Notifying credit-card customers about attempts to change their account information would drastically reduce identity theft.

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SiliconValley.com: Breaking News –

SiliconValley.com: Breaking NewsU.S. to study encoding data on driver’s licenses. WASHINGTON (AP) — The government is taking first steps with the states to develop driver’s licenses that can electronically store information — such as fingerprints — for the 184 million Americans who carry the cards.

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Webservices.org – IBM’s Web

Webservices.orgIBM’s Web Services Technologies Gather Pace.

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PR Newswire: Technology –

PR Newswire: Technology – Security, Enterprise Services & Software and E-Commerce Initiatives Will Be The Top Tech Priorities in 2002 According to eWEEK.

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Webservices.org – The Importance

Webservices.orgThe Importance of Web Services to the Next Generation of Distributed Infrastructures

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Cisco’s route through Stanford. [Contra

Cisco’s route through Stanford. [Contra Costa Times]

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The Washington Post :

The Washington Post : Front PageMicroStrategy’s CEO Sped to the Brink.

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Hack the Planet –

Hack the PlanetTechnology Review: Cryptographic Abundance. “We are rapidly approaching the time when cryptographic operations will be cheap and easy, commonplace and unremarkable. Instead of avoiding or conserving cryptographic operations, designers should now be using them freely.”