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Astrology

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Cross your fingers: Bot lets superstition guide stock trades

Autonomous investment system makes live trades based on numerology and astrology. Take that Jim Cramer.

By July 18, 2012

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Get advice for your digital lifestyle from the Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

Get advice for your digital lifestyle from the Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

May 21, 2008

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Get advice for your digital lifestyle from the Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

Get advice for your digital lifestyle from the Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

May 21, 2008

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Get advice for your digital lifestyle from The Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

Get advice for your digital lifestyle from The Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

May 21, 2008

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Get advice for your digital lifestyle from The Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

Get advice for your digital lifestyle from The Mystical Altair's tech horoscope.

May 21, 2008

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A star-crossed tale of Internet astrology

Star signs and dollar signs are clashing in a legal battle involving pioneers of online horoscopes and a Web survivor from the dot-com boom.

By January 8, 2007

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College student wins XML contest

IBM announced on Monday the winner of its "Cool Blue VoiceXML Challenge." VoiceXML is a new Extensible Markup Language standard for using voice to browse online information. Brent Metz, a 21-year-old originally from Fairfax, Va., and a student at Virginia Tech University, won the $25,000 grand prize for his creation of a nutrition planning application that helps people plan their diets by phone. Wei Wang, who won first prize, is a post-graduate student at Leeds Metropolitan University. He created an astrology application using original sounds and voice prompts. People answer voice prompts to hear about their Chinese, Eastern or Western sign and to receive advice on their Zodiac sign. Wang won a trip for two to a final championship sports game.

By April 2, 2001

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Short Take: MSN grabs three CompuServe forum managers

The Microsoft Network has tapped three CompuServe forum managers to join its competing online service: Joe Reynolds, Neil Shapiro, and Joseph Katz will create 11 forums for MSN concerning education, outdoor recreation, astrology, and spirituality.

September 24, 1997