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dtn

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Researchers, Lego robot test Internet protocol for space

NASA and the European Space Agency have successfully tested something called the Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol, which they hope will provide Internet-like communications in space.

By November 9, 2012

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New Internet goes to space, comes back to Earth

NASA is using a comet-watching spacecraft to test new interplanetary networking protocols. The concepts are also being applied to similarly flaky networks back home.

By November 19, 2008

Editors' Take

Lexmark T430dtn

The Lexmark T430 squeezes high laser-speed claims and business expandability into a tight package.

By January 28, 2005

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Apple's harvest: From iMac to .Mac

special coverage At Macworld, the company plays up new iPods and a 17-inch flat-panel iMac. But it may find its .Mac Web services plan a hard sell.

By July 18, 2002

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A case against Trusted Senders

A News.com reader writes that the Internet does not need Trusted Senders--it needs for there to be no unsolicited e-mail.

June 25, 2002

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Anti-spam the right way

A News.com reader writes that other e-mail marketing firms could learn a thing or two from VerticalResponse's appropriately strict anti-spam policies and procedures.

June 21, 2002

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Calling a spammer a spammer

A News.com reader writes: Popick is Queen Spammer in my book, no matter how she tries to spin it.

June 20, 2002

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Putting VerticalResponse in its place

A News.com reader writes that there is one particular spam that was sent by VerticalResponse to advertise its products.

June 20, 2002

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Putting VerticalResponse in its place

A News.com reader writes that there is one particular spam that was sent by VerticalResponse to advertise its products.

June 20, 2002

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Getting to the root of Net murder

A News.com reader writes: The only solution is a change of motivation, a change of heart--not more Internet legislation.

May 28, 2002