Stories for Mar. 17, 2003

Infiniband, despite all its promise has failed to live up to the hype. It has the support of some key backers like Dell Computer and Sun Microsystems but it is slow going for the new technology which in my opinion stands to revolutionize the datacenter and […] Read more »

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That is the view of Professor Peter Bruck, from Austrian Research Centers in Salzburg. He believes the crisis is on three levels: the limit… Read more »

IGN Entertainment has launched a new editorial section on wireless gaming, with reviews of games and hardware tools. Also, stories on Mobile… Read more »

Chart hits and new releases could soon be available to buy and download via a handset. The UK mobile phone company MM02 is developing a new… Read more »

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The Dawn :: India is right to refuse. Do we want the team bus blown up in Karachi?? Or Sachin stabbed by an Islamic nutcase spectator?? Read more »

American Technology Research analyst Albert Lin reports that the government of Kuwait has announced all war related messages will be sent via GSM SMS text message going forward.®• The intent is clear Ìü¦ detailed messages from a reliable source (unless the enemy takes over the cellular […] Read more »

The Independent :: Olonga in ‘hiding’ as police close in :: He is reportedly seeking asylum in England in the wake of his “death of democracy” protest against Robert Mugabe’s regime during Zimbabwe’s World Cup opener against Namibia in Harare Read more »

The Dawn :: They played badly and unimaginatively. They can be absolutely no doubt about that, and I am all for accountability. The Board should go ahead with it. After all, players are professional cricketers who get paid hefty amounts for their hard work. When they […] Read more »

Twentieth Century Fox has licensed “The Simpsons” to the wireless division of video game publisher THQ to be developed into games, ringtones… Read more »

Softbank has off-loaded its entire stake in CNET Networks. In forms filed with the SEC, Softbank said it would sell its 5.5 percent stake in… Read more »

Starting today, subscribers to uclick’s can begin seeing reruns of Berkeley Breathed’s Pulitzer Prize-winning strip, which… Read more »

IDC has said Microsoft had abandoned its goal of trying to overtake America Online as the largest online service. “MSN,” the report states,… Read more »

Ricky Ponting wants to initmidate his rivals and the task has been given to his quickies – Brett Lee, Glen McGarth and Andy Bichel. Their first target is Sri Lanka.The West Australian :: Australia always adopted themes under previous captain Steve Waugh. The 1999 World Cup […] Read more »

Stories for Mar. 16, 2003

RealNetworks will soon start soliciting advertising for its RealOne subscription multi-media service, according to this story (see at the en… Read more »

Why can’t Kiwis be good losers? They always have to blame someone else. Sure they decimated India in a doctored contest earlier this season, but surely they cannot blame anyone but themselves for their World Cup debacle. No one stopped them from going to kenya except […] Read more »

If you have not seen Navjot’s sculptural ensemble at the Talwar Gallery then you should. Perhaps one of the most visually stunning works to come out of India, the indigo blue wood sculptures are of “female figures exude confidence, dynamism and authority in contrast to their […] Read more »

Bend it like Beckham, is the My Big Fat Greek Wedding of Europe, and last year it caused waves in Europe and India. It has finally been released in US, (too late, for DVDs are floating around on the gray market – so there goes your […] Read more »

Stories for Mar. 15, 2003

OsOpinion:: If the virtualization futurists get their way, the operating system could become largely irrelevant. Linux on Windows. Windows running Mac. Everything working together in one big IT soup. Someday, we’ll look back at the OS wars and wonder what all the fuss was about. Read more »

CNet :: Things haven’t been easy for InfiniBand start-ups, as larger companies such as Intel backed away from InfiniBand and existing technologies were extended instead of extinguished. This week, InfiniBand switch maker InfiniSwitch merged with InfiniBand management software maker Lane15. Lane15 argued it had “the […] Read more »

Well, so thinks Arnold Kling, on the new Yahoo Platinum subscription service. “What woodhead wants to pay for that? “. Not that I agree wit… Read more »

But while Rome was burning, the Neros were busy with their orgies. Money flowed like champagne at company events like the one in 1998, when about 60 to 150 people gathered for a long weekend at a castle a few miles away from Windsor Castle. It […] Read more »

The Observer :: on the botched politics, naked compromise, rain and numerical dyslexia contributing in part to the elimination of some of the best teams from this World Cup, the organisers must hope the next tournament does not turn into another Mickey Mouse affair. Read more »

The Observer :: England’s winter of discontent cost them the Ashes, their place among the World Cup elite, their one-day captain and their credibility in the eyes of cricket’s world governing body. Vic Marks on the initial steps which must be taken Read more »

International Herald Tribune :: The desire to see the little guy come out on top is an sentiment old and elemental as humanity. It is why David and Goliath is among the most resonant of biblical tales, and the films of Charles Chaplin were so universally […] Read more »

Harare Daily News :: If the Zimbabwe team had swept past Kenya, to reach the Cricket World Cup semi-finals in South Africa, it would have been hailed as a remarkable feat for the players. Read more »

The Age :: The rank outsiders from the non-Test playing nation of Kenya have made this a World Cup to remember, as Greg Baum reports.A fairytale has come true in Africa. Some say Kenya’s advance to the World Cup semi-finals cheapens the game. But surely we […] Read more »

Outlook India :: In a reversal of roles from India’s tour of New Zealand, the Kiwi batsmen squirm as the fury of the Zaheer Khan-led pace brigade spells their virtual ouster from the World Cup. Read more » India’s leading film stars, politicians and industrialists are at the head of thousands of fans going to South Africa for next week’s cricket World Cup semi-final clash with Kenya, officials said. Read more »

the script would run something like this…… Security = $10 million.Infrastructure = $5 million.Tickets sold = $1 million.Money made by Hansie Cronje on fixed games = $200,000.Watching South Africa Choke In The World Cup Again = ABSOLUTELY PRICELESS. Read more »

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