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The inventor of a computer-controlled "Virtual Sex Machine" makes pitch for adult video companies to work with him to develop data tracks in sync with the films.
Al Goldstein was once the famous (and famously hated) publisher of the smut magazine Screw. Now the onetime multimillionaire and foul-mouthed sex celeb has turned his talents to hawking the Booble.com adult search engine.
The advertising software maker alleges that two partners loaded its ad-serving software onto people's PCs without first getting their consent.
The nonprofit administering many of the Net's core functions today authorized seven new companies to register the most popular forms of domain names. The shared registration system being implemented by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is designed to end Network Solutions' monopoly on registering addresses ending in ".com," ".net," and ".org." The companies are CommuniTech, Gandi, iDirections, InterNext, Proboard Technologies, PSI-USA, and Signature Domains.
As Qwest, Level 3, and others edge closer to completing their expensive network construction projects, they'll need to switch gears quick to get digital services on those networks rolling.
In the latest move in its quest to rid its network of junk email, America Online releases its "Ten Most Wanted Spammer List."