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Building an interactive virtual chamber orchestra

The Australian Chamber Orchestra has been converted into a traveling virtual installation that lets visitors can interact with the music up close and personal.

By September 26, 2013

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Cisco's John Chambers eyes retirement, successor

The 63-year-old CEO has been running the networking equipment giant since 1995 and now sees his retirement coming in the next two to four years.

By September 25, 2012

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Protesters take to skies asking Google to quit U.S. Chamber

SumOfUs.org flies plane bearing banner "Google: Quit the Chamber" over its policies on climate change and campaign finance.

By September 24, 2012

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Twitter joke trial won: Paul Chambers wins appeal

Paul Chambers, found guilty last year of 'threatening' on Twitter to blow an airport sky high, has won his High Court appeal.

By July 27, 2012

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Chinese hackers target U.S. Chamber of Commerce, report says

The top business-lobbying group in the United States saw information on its 3 million members left vulnerable to Chinese infiltrators.

By December 21, 2011

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SOPA's most aggressive defender: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Supporters of the Stop Online Piracy Act, widely opposed by technology companies, have a secret weapon to win Republican support. It's the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

By November 30, 2011

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RZA collaborates with WeSC for 'Chambers' headphones

RZA aka Bobby Digital aka Prince Dynamite aka Ruler Zig-Zag-Zig Allah of the seminal Wu-Tang Clan is next in line for a headphone collaboration with WeSC, a clothing company that already has its own line of flashy headsets.

By July 29, 2011

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Twitter joke trial ends badly as Paul Chambers' appeal is blown sky-high

The so-called Twitter joke trial has ended badly for a man who tweeted a quip about blowing up an airport.

By November 11, 2010

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Twitter joke trial blows up as Paul Chambers appeals conviction

Twitter has been galvanised today by the appeal of Paul Chambers, convicted after making a joke about blowing up an airport. What does the case say about Twitter -- and about Britain?

By September 24, 2010