The Web crash of 2007

July 23, 2007
The Web crash of 2007
Adario Strange post is a bit creepy and yet hilarious.

“The Onion gives us this creepy yet hilariously realistic news report of the Web Crash of 2007. The only thing that makes this video less than a complete homerun from the Onion crew is the lack of some sort of Facebook reference. Still, the vision of Steve Jobs, Craig Newmark and Bill Gates in one room meeting to save the Internet is pretty entertaining.”

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Two notebooks with wireless USB
Erica Ogg talks about the approval of two wireless USB notebooks.

“The Thinkpad can be ordered now for $1,814. The Inspiron notebook will not ship until late summer or early fall and pricing is not yet available, according to Dell spokeswoman Anne Camden. She said Dell does expect more of its notebook models to be Wireless USB-capable in the future.”

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The dark horse in the wireless broadband race
IT Wire
Why is XMax the dark horse in the wireless broadband race?

“If you thought the battle for the future of wireless broadband was a two horse race between 3G LTE and mobile WiMAX, meet the dark horse: xMAX.”

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