9 Results for

pathways

Article

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

Article

Scientists create 'highway of death' for cancer

Instead of relying on drugs to kill tumors, Georgia Tech researchers engineer artificial pathways to lure malignant cells to their death, using a "Pied Piper" approach to treating cancer.

By February 17, 2014

Article

Two ways to access Custom Google Maps on the Web

Google has a history of offering many pathways to the same result when it comes to its Web services. The newest version of Google Maps is no exception. Read on to find out two easy ways to access the Custom Maps you have created.

By December 13, 2013

Article

Pocket Brain app offers searchable 3D atlas of the brain

Users can navigate eight layers of brain anatomy, view cross sections and nerve pathways, insert notes, and peruse clinical findings.

By March 26, 2012

Article

Obama CTO touts tech as path to success for disadvantaged youths

U.S. Chief Technical Officer Aneesh Chopra, Lotus 1-2-3 founder Mitch Kapor, and Zach Sims of Codecademy are joining forces to create new ways to help young people--mainly from disadvantaged backgrounds--find pathways into technology.

By January 17, 2012

Article

Khosla: Crazy clean-tech ideas yield breakthroughs

Investor Vinod Khosla says radical clean tech is needed for climate change. Technology pathways that lead to dramatic change will work; others are a dead end.

By September 24, 2008

Article

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

Article

Focal, Sprint make connection deal

Focal Communications and Sprint announced Tuesday that they have agreed to swap traffic directly between each other's networks. The deal gives customers of both companies pathways to alternative phone services rather than going through the "Baby Bell" local phone networks, potentially saving the companies and customers money. For example, Focal customers in Texas would be able to access Sprint's network for long-distance directly rather than linking through Southwestern Bell, which is a part of SBC Communications. The deal also allows Sprint access to some local phone customers without going through the Bells. The agreement covers four states and six of Focal's markets in Dallas, Houston and Fort Worth, Texas; Minneapolis; northern New Jersey; and Seattle, and it allows Focal access to other Sprint networks in the future. Focal offers local phone service to businesses in 24 metropolitan markets, while Sprint competes with AT&T and WorldCom in the long-distance market.

May 24, 2001

Article

Short: AssureNet, Check Point increase network security

AssureNet Pathways, provider of enterprisewide network security solutions, announced that it has teamed with Check Point Software Technologies to deliver authentication capabilities with the Check Point FireWall-1 3.0, also announced today. The Check Point FireWall-1 3.0, working in conjunction with AssureNets Defender Security Server and SecureNet Keys, enhances network security by providing two-factor authentication of remote users accessing the network through the firewall, according to the companies.

By October 7, 1996