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Free crapware removal from Support.com

The tech support firm says it will remove trialware at no cost, but must get remote access to your PC.

By December 8, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 868: Joogle and the Spindle

We rename Google's boring-sounding Native Client project to let you know what it really is: Java from Google. You know, Joogle. Also, HP unveils flexible paper using e-ink and a roller design that inspires version 3 of the Kindle: the Spindle.

By December 9, 2008

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Support.com soars in debut

July 19, 2000

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Remote support comes to consumers' aid

As households fill up with PCs, gadgets and networking gear, today's troubleshooters are finding ways to skip the house call.

By May 21, 2007

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Odds & Ends: Goliath for iDisk; Peak install glitch?;

Odds & Ends: Goliath for iDisk; Peak install glitch?;

By March 27, 2002

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Softbank Venture Capital changes name

Softbank Venture Capital has changed its name to Mobius Venture Capital. The U.S.-focused VC firm, which has been independent from Softbank since 1996, said its management and the size of its funds and staff would remain unchanged. The firm, which has $2.5 billion under management, also said it had invested in SkyPilot Network and Bergana Communications, bringing the number of its wireless companies to eight. Other Mobius-funded start-ups include Comergent, Danger Research, Dantz Development, Finaplex, Invesmart, Support.com, Terabeam, The Feld Group and United Devices.

By December 5, 2001

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Can high tech transform India's economy?

Experts on a Wharton forum discuss why a country that has such a strong knowledge advantage is lagging behind others in overall economic development.

December 9, 2000

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Customer disservice: E-tailers dodge calls to cut costs

Many Net companies take a hands-off approach to the customer service, deliberately leaving phone numbers off sites to avoid the cost and hassle of staffing call centers.

By September 14, 2000

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Wireless maker Airspan takes off in first-day trading

Airspan Networks, which makes equipment used to transmit wireless voice and data, skyrockets in its initial public offering.

July 20, 2000