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As global Internet use swells, piracy concerns also mount

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As global Internet use swells, piracy concerns also mount

Australia and India anticipate huge Web growth while Sweden battles with Internet piracy and sees impressive results.

Posted: April 7, 2009 16:13   Comments: 2
Estonia becomes E-stonia with digital revolution

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Estonia becomes E-stonia with digital revolution

A digital revolution is turning the tiny European nation of Estonia into a nation of Internet innovators. Estonians have put their digital identities onto their national identification cards, and much more.

Posted: April 7, 2009 15:16   Comments: 6
Britain may stir up school curriculum with Wikipedia, Twitter

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Britain may stir up school curriculum with Wikipedia, Twitter

A draft curriculum review of the British education system calls for primary school pupils to learn how to use Twitter, Wikipedia, blogging and podcasts as part of their school studies.

Posted: March 25, 2009 11:27   Comments: 2
Once isolated from outside world, Cambodia jumps online

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Once isolated from outside world, Cambodia jumps online

A Worldfocus contributing blogger writes that though the majority of Cambodians lack Internet access, those who are online have used blogs to engage in dynamic and open dialogue -- decades after the Khmer Rouge cut off links with the outside world.

Posted: March 16, 2009 08:07   Comments: 1
Israeli company builds infrastructure for world’s electric cars

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Israeli company builds infrastructure for world’s electric cars

One Israeli company is not just promoting the use of electric cars but designing an entire system to service them, with battery charging stations. Many countries are expressing great interest.

Posted: February 9, 2009 15:12   Comments: 16
Vatican approves “godcasted” prayer book

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Vatican approves “godcasted” prayer book

The Vatican has approved an iPhone application for the first time. "iBreviary" is a prayer book available on iTunes and created by Italian priest Father Paolo Padrini.

Posted: December 22, 2008 12:43   Comments: 1
Rwanda aims for one laptop per child

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Rwanda aims for one laptop per child

Once a site of Rwanda's 1994 genocide, the town of Rwamagana is now going online thanks to the One Laptop Per Child program.

Posted: December 11, 2008 12:11   Comments: 21
Turning algae, wood and waste into biofuels

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Turning algae, wood and waste into biofuels

Along with green revolution trends like natural gas, nuclear power and ethanol fuel blends, people around the world are exploring a host of other “alternative” alternative fuels.

Posted: November 13, 2008 14:59   Comments: 2
Tech hassles “captured” in India

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Tech hassles “captured” in India

Producer Ara Ayer recounts his multi-tasking and multi-media reporting experience in India.

Posted: October 8, 2008 12:32   Comments: 7

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