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Verizon's TV dreams October 13, 2005 Company launches its TV service to better compete with cable operators--what else is up its sleeve?
100 years of Grace Hopper December 8, 2006 Woman credited with establishing COBOL as the language of business would be pleased to know it still underpins applications.
FCC is taking wrong turn on digital media April 13, 2004 Public-interest advocate Gigi Sohn says that the FCC is perilously close to knuckling under to a powerplay that will limit the way consumers can use their digital media.
Kids' TV faces new Net restrictions January 24, 2007 Feds want to keep commercial Web site references out of children's programming, but some say the rules don't go far enough.
Coding for fame, and dollars May 2, 2006 Programmers are set to compete for $150,000 in prize money Wednesday at a Las Vegas coding competition.
MTV buys iFilm for $49 million October 14, 2005 Deal could mean a lot more downloadable TV programming for Web users and more online advertising for Viacom.
The false choice of a-la-carte TV August 20, 2007 FCC chairman wants to give TV watchers a fairer shake, but FreedomWorks' Peter Suderman says he's going about it all wrong.
CBS switches on new broadband channel May 4, 2006 Online ad-based channel, called "Innertube," will include original programming and encores of prime-time CBS TV. Image: Innertube online
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