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HyperTerminal Private Edition

Communicate over TCP/IP networks, Dial-Up Modems, and serial COM ports using terminal emulator.

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French Minitel communication software

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40 years of gadgets come out to play

An exhibit in New York reunites stars from technology's past -- from the "laptop" that's heavier than an automobile tire to computers you don't even need to touch -- and puts them at your fingertips.

By March 29, 2015


Steve Jobs got his inspiration from the French? The French?

A report suggests that the minute Steve Jobs saw France's chunky, clunky Minitel, he took it apart in order to see how it worked. And then the Mac was born. Perhaps.

By July 7, 2012


So porn revolutionizes technology, right?

According to the Independent newspaper and members of academia, a case can be made that pornography drives technology, rather than the other way around.

By July 19, 2009


Silicon Valley VCs don't want Obama's money, think Google is passe

Twelve trends to invest by, if you've got the money, from a passel of tech-savvy types gathered at the Churchill Club.

By May 21, 2009


How green could make Europe a tech power

The region has diesel expertise, a green populace, and interested governments. Could Europe be a big player in green tech?

By March 24, 2008


Joi Ito a man of many hats

newsmaker The man-about-the-Internet offers his wisdom on copyright, content sharing, Second Life, World of Warcraft and more.

By November 27, 2006


What is it about the French?

They invented the word "entrepreneurial," notes CNET News.com's Charles Cooper, so why has the hexagon failed to create its own Silicon Valley?

By May 27, 2005


What if? An alternative history of tech

CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos imagines a world where Apple licensed the Mac and wrestling is a corporate sport.

By January 26, 2005


Building the new railroad

Roseville, Calif. may be the first railroad town of the broadband era.

By July 29, 2004


Freedom Broadband, or the French way

French regulators say: Make broadband cheaper

By July 27, 2004