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FCC chairman vows to keep Internet an 'open pathway'

Tom Wheeler pledges to use "every available power" to prevent ISPs from degrading service for the benefit of a few.

By April 29, 2014


Coney Island boardwalk becomes iPad stand-amplifier

A Kickstarter project aims to recycle the well-trod pathway of our youth into a utility to deal with our impending hearing loss.

By July 2, 2012


DDoS attacks spread to vulnerable IPv6 Internet

The next-gen Internet, still immature, is now a pathway for Net attacks, a study finds. Also, ideology has become the primary reason for DDoS attacks.

By February 15, 2012


Qteros to bring ethanol-making bug to India

Cellulosic ethanol, which has been much slower in coming than hoped, gets a pathway to market in India through a deal with U.S.-based Qteros.

By January 4, 2011


Segways banned on Dutch roads; cannabis and call girls remain legal

Riding a Segway on a public pathway is now illegal in the country where everything's legal.

By January 3, 2007


'Selfish' routers slow the Internet

A little altruism could go a long way in speeding up the Net, say two scientists who found that computer networks tend to be selfish when trying to route traffic by the fastest pathway.

February 14, 2003


IBM to reveal supertiny transistor

Big Blue on Monday will unveil what it says is the world's tiniest working transistor, with an electrical pathway that is 1,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

By December 8, 2002


Short Take: Medical Pathways to acquire women's Web site

Medical Pathways International plans to acquire Women's Health Interactive (WHI), a leading online health and wellness Web site for women. WHI specializes in the design, development, and delivery of health education for women through interactive digital technologies. Terms of the transaction have not been released.

June 10, 1999


Microsoft buffs its Chrome

The Windows system software essentially creates an easy pathway for Web designers to create 3D images or features in HTML pages.

By March 26, 1998