New organic material may speed Internet access
The next time an overnight snow begins to fall, take two bricks and place them side by side a few inches apart in your yard.
In the morning, the bricks will be covered with snow and barely discernible. The snowflakes will have filled every vacant space between and around the bricks.
Patients Who Bring Health Information from the Internet Get More Time with Doctor
94% of physicians report that patients bring health information from the Internet
to discuss during office visits. The majority of physicians who have patients discussing information in the office report they spend more time with these patients as a result.
New York, N...
Reed Group to Provide MDA Internet Disability Duration Guidelines to U.S. Navy
WESTMINSTER, Colo., Aug. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Navy has awarded
Reed Group a contract to provide 2,000 end-user licenses for MDA Internet
and 300 end-user licenses for MDA for Windows. Based on The Medical
Disability Advisor: Workplace Guidelines for Disability Duration, Fifth
Universal Bioenergy, Inc. Expressly Disclaims Any Responsibility for the Content, Accuracy of Information, and Quality of Information Regarding Universal Published by Any Third-Party and Being Disseminated on the Internet
INVESTORS SHOULD ONLY RELY ON INFORMATION PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSAL
NETTLETON, Miss., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Universal Bioenergy, Inc. (Pink Sheets: UBRG) announces that certain unauthorized inaccurate information is being published about Universal in an analyst report on BeaconEqu...
Evotec AG: Fiscal Year 2007 Results Presentation on March 28, 2008 Live on the Internet
HAMBURG, Germany and OXFORD, England, March 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/
-- Evotec AG (Frankfurt Stock Exchange: EVT) is going to broadcast its
annual analyst and press conference in Frankfurt on the occasion of the
publication of its fiscal year 2007 results live on the internet. The
Evotec AG: R&D Update on 16 October 2007 Live on the Internet
HAMBURG, Germany and OXFORD, England, October 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/
-- Evotec AG (Frankfurt Stock Exchange: EVT) is going to hold an R&D Update
in London on Tuesday 16 October 2007 at 13.00 pm BST (14.00 pm CET, 08.00
am US time East Coast) which will be broadcast live on the internet. Jor...
Wisconsin Tourism Aided by Internet Technology
Not only does WisconsinGuide.com save time, it has also gotten on board with the real-time economy. Peterson said that the site is a great example of real-time technology. WisconsinGuide.com is helping to bring the real time economy to the traditional Wisconsin tourism industry by allowing business...
State and Feds Race to Stop Taxation of Internet Access
MADISON, WI - Even as the State Assembly Ways and Means Committee heard testimony on Assembly Bill 234 -- a measure that would end state and local sales taxes on Internet
connections -- the U.S. House of Representatives was passing a measure that, if it becomes law, would make the state bill irre...
Parental Control - Options Vary for Internet Restrictions
MADISON, WI - Its 4 p.m., and do you know where your 16-year-old daughter is? Sure, you say, shes at home from school, doing her homework. You wish. Chances are shes probably taking advantage of the time youre at work to visit all sorts of chat rooms, websites and to instant message her friends, in...
Wisconsin Telcos Offer New Internet Security Solutions
Madison, Wis. The recent onslaught of e-mail viruses, overabundant spam and Internet
security concerns has increased the need for computer user protection. In light of this, TDS Telecom and Norlight Telecommunications , both Wisconsin companies, recently began offering new computer security tec...
Rural Wisconsin town gets high-speed Internet access
Mauston, Wis. High-speed Internet
access is now a reality for one rural Wisconsin town thanks to a new non-line-of-sight wireless broadband system. Toronto-based WaveRider Communications Inc. is working with local companies LVT Corp. and Oakdale Electric Cooperative to implement its Last Mil...
MobilePro to aquire Janesville-based internet service provider
Janesville, Wis. MobilePro Corp. announced today the company has signed a letter of intent to acquire Ticon.net , a Janesville-based Internet
services provider. The deal is forecast to add more than 15,000 subscribers, $2 million in annualized revenue and to be accretive to MobilePros earnings....
SupraNet marks off 10 years as an Internet service provider
MADISON Flash back to 1994, when the Web was still newfangled and household broadband was a pipe dream. That's when SupraNet set up shop in Madison as an Internet
service provider, with one client. This September the company is celebrating its 10th anniversary, boasting 350 clients and a debt-...
Streaming video could make courtrooms into Internet conference calls
MADISON, Wis. Sonic Foundry, a provider of rich-media systems and software, is deploying its Mediasite technology to record courtroom proceedings, the company has announced.
Sonic Foundry and media services provider BxVideo are teaming up to power Courtroom Connect's new Virtual Law Viewer ...
State faces revenue drop as federal Internet tax ban passes House
Starting November 1, 2006, Wisconsin will no longer be allowed to tax Internet
usage, in a move that would open up savings for users but could put a hole in the state budget.
The federal measure to eliminate the tax was authored by Representative James Sensenbrenner , R-Wis., who said home user...
SBC blends TV, video, music and the Internet in a new media box
SBC kicked off its strategy of digital convergence on Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by showing off its new home entertainment service.
Designed as part of the companys plan to unite its offerings, the service brings together satellite TV, digital video recording and I...
Global Internet branding of technology companies
highway is a free medium, just like the roads and all the highways. Somehow there are those who walk on the roads and those who run, some drive taxis, others drive Ferraris orrace tractor-trailers. To each his own. They are all free and so are the maps. Thank heaven.
This brings u...
Discontent grows over Wisconsin's Internet taxes
Republican lawmakers have called into question the state's right to charge taxes on Internet
access and purchases.
In his upcoming budget proposal, Governor Jim Doyle, a Democrat, has suggested charging sales taxes on more types of online purchases, such as music downloads. At the same time, Wis...
Wisconsin's unusual Internet tax stirs dissent
Find out how Wisconsin's state tax on Internet
access which most states do not have could affect business in this Tech Update by WTN's Mike Klein. Original air date: Saturday, March 12, 2005 Listen to this episode Read more about the controversy surrounding Wisconsin's Internet
Finance Committee rejects extra tax on Internet buys
The Joint Finance Committee rejected Governor Jim Doyle's proposal for a 5 percent sales tax on Internet
purchases on Tuesday. The proposal, a plan to charge consumers for their music, book, art, and movie purchases made online, was one of several proposals turned down by the budget review panel.
Madison music featured on Internet radio station
Local Madison bands are available 24 hours a day now that a new company has created an online radio station to feature them.
The Web site MusicMadeInMadison.com plays more than 450 songs written and performed by Madison musicians such as the Profits, Daedalus Burn, Infinite Helix and They Driv...
Deep sea event will put spotlight on Internet 2 capabilities
Jason 2 Dive Tracks Source: Visions 2005 Madison, Wis. - Say the word "teleconferencing" and people are likely to think of postage stamp size videos of staid corporate meetings, running over MSN Messenger or iChat. So how about high-definition video of the seafloor?
Audiences will have th...
New UW position focusing on Internet security
Madison, Wis,. - A new position at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will focus on raising campus awareness about the rising tide of hacking, phishing, viruses and other cyber-threats to personal privacy and financial security.
James Lowe, who began this month as UW-Madison's new chief Inter...
The winners and losers of the internet break-up
In the golden haze surrounding the mystic city of Tunisia, a small group of elite merchants of the information age will once again try to figure out the future of the Internet. The entire argument is over who will control the "naming system," the basic early architecture that allows the creation ...
TDS tries bringing fiber to homes in Fitchburg for faster Internet service
TDS Metrocom has launched a pilot program for one Fitchburg neighborhood, offering broadband Internet
speeds of as high as 10 megabits per secondseveral times higher than the fastest cable and DSL packages currently availablein order to gauge customer usage and potential applications of an emerging...
When will the Internet be divided among nations?
This fight over ICANN, the Internet
Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, is all about a golden key. Without it, the Internet
is completely useless. That golden key is a name on the net called a URL. It's all about the master design of a sophisticated key management system so that billions ...
Phone company plans statewide Internet service push
Wisconsin Rapids A telephone company in central Wisconsin has announced its plans to expand statewide with a name change and new offerings of high-speed Internet
and voice over IP services.
Solarus , formerly Wood County Telephone Company, serves about 28,000 customers. CEO Douglas Wenzlaff...
Are speedometers for high-speed Internet service a new must-have?
With all the recent discussions, testimonies and other rhetoric given by spokespeople from the incumbent telephone companies, cable companies, their opponents as well as their lobbyists, we should be asking this simple question: "Are they delivering what they are charging for with these various bro...
Next generation simulations? Not on the Internet you're used to
Madison, Wis. A crowd wearing paper goggles gasped frequently as they watched a human cadaver being dissected in a 3D image sent live from La Crosse to Madison.
Steven Senger examines a virtual cadaver in 3D with one of the applications he's developed at UW-La Crosse. It wasn't just a d...
Wisconsin cities make progress on wireless Internet coverage
Madison, Wis. - Wisconsin's two largest cities are moving closer to providing wireless Internet
access throughout their geographic limits, and several others continue to build their own wireless networks.
In addition to localized wireless "hot-spots" offered in public facilities, hotels, cafes...
Milwaukee runs out of patience with wireless Internet provider
Milwaukee, Wis . - In the high-stakes game of citywide wireless Internet, do deep pockets trump local connections?
If the City of Milwaukee is any example, the answer might be yes. Earlier this year, Milwaukee was within 18 months of becoming the first completely wireless large city in the na...
BarCamp talk turns to Internet dating
Milwaukee, Wis. - Last Sunday morning, in the free-wheeling environment of Milwaukee's BarCamp , Wisconsin author Lynnanne Huber shared secrets and strategies from her forthcoming book, titled Shopping for Men on the Internet, which she expects to publish next year.
In her seminar at this s...
Safe Internet requires total network security, prof. says
Madison, Wis. - When it comes to securing information networks, Paul Barford believes the good guys always are one step behind the guys in the black hats.
Barford, an assistant professor in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Computer Sciences , said the acceleration of malicio...
Will wireless Internet bypass the central city?
Milwaukee, Wis - For Milwaukee's forthcoming wireless Internet
service, everything seems to be set.
The City of Milwaukee has finalized a contract with Midwest Fiber Networks, LLC to build a citywide wireless Internet
network. Taxpayers are off the hook because Midwest Fiber will invest t...
Company to operate in wireless Internet space
Madison, Wis. - If you subscribe to the theory that consumer need is what drives business formation, a newly formed company may provide you with some proof.
In this case, the need is created when local wireless Internet
service or broadband access leave something to be desired, and the chief ...
Craigslist exec strives to keep the Internet neutral
Jim Buckmaster would not appear to have too many worries right now. As the CEO of Craigslist , the network of online communities that dominates classified advertising, he leads a company that continues to extend its service worldwide. And since the dismissal of a housing discrimination lawsuit f...
Viewing the Internet as a free-for-all can be costly
As long as the Internet
remains inexpensive to use and difficult to regulate, e-mail abuse and Internet
fraud concerns will be commonplace. Internet-savvy marketers proceed cautiously and ethically to safeguard their reputation.
According to a recent study, nearly 94 percent of all electronic ...
Emergence of Internet video is changing the regulatory landscape
Madison, Wis. - One of the mega hits of the Internet
video era is Chad Vader, a comedy series created by and starring Madison filmmakers Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan. The series tracks the sometimes pathetic life of Darth Vader's lesser-known and inept brother, who is an overbearing shift manager...
Recent developments in the protection of trademarks on the Internet
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a decision Jan. 14, 2004, in Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Netscape Communications Corp. , 9th Cir., No. 00-56648, that may change the current standard for evaluating trademark infringement on the Internet.
The Playboy case involv...
UW attracts speaker on network that could supplant Internet
Larry Peterson, chair of Princeton's computer science department The Internet
may have become a victim of its own success.
In a seminar Tuesday evening held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's computer science department, a leading Princeton researcher said the commercial Internet
is no ...