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Ep. 1489: 7073, people, keep it simple

The most common iPhone passcodes are revealed on today's show (no, not by LulzSec), but Tong has a pager-callback suggestion for all of us. A proposal in Congress would force U.S. companies to actually tell us when they're hacked and our data is stolen (yes, please), and Rojadirecta becomes the people's hero in challenging the government's domain-name seizures. Go, Rojadirecta, go!

By June 14, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1489: 7073, people, keep it simple (Podcast)

The most common iPhone passcodes are revealed on today's show (no, not by LulzSec), but Tong has a pager-callback suggestion for all of us. A proposal in Congress would force U.S. companies to actually tell us when they're hacked and our data is stolen (yes, please), and Rojadirecta becomes the people's hero in challenging the government's domain-name seizures. Go, Rojadirecta, go!

By June 14, 2011

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Short Take: Onebox.com gets cash, callbacks

Onebox.com, a provider of Internet-based messaging services, announced today that it had closed a $50 million round of funding, bringing the company's total private investment to nearly $70 million. The firm also added a key new Internet voice component to its service, allowing recipients of Web-based voice mail to dial their callers back through their PCs. That feature will be provided by Internet telephony firm ITXC, which has also agreed to co-market Onebox's services to its own communications clients.

By February 8, 2000

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Short Take: Compaq, Genesys form call center partnership

Compaq will pair its ProLiant servers with Genesys' computer telephony integration (CTI) applications to offer mission-critical call center solutions on open, industry-standard platforms. CTI integrates business information with telephone and other communications media, enabling improved response time, callback options, and even Internet-based customer service, among other capabilities. Compaq and Genesys signed an agreement earlier this month, but have not announced specific products or services.

By August 27, 1997

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Tech support by email

Stream's Web site offers free technical support for browsers, although they charge users for email and callback responses to their problems.

By August 16, 1996