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Coupures de Presse [ le 18 juillet 2000 ]

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Technology on Top
Microsoft set to pass Coca-Cola in brand league
After Coca-Cola, technology companies now account for four of the world's top five brands - Microsoft, IBM, Intel and Nokia, a new study shows. (Financial Times)


Legislation
White House seeks to revise wiretap laws to include e-mail
The White House proposed legislation Monday to update wiretapping rules so that same legal protections currently applied to telephone calls would be extended to new forms of electronic communication, like e-mail. (Techserver)


Domain Names
Asian-language domain names now available
Enic Corp., which manages the .cc country code TLD (top-level domain), plans to offer domain names in Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages under an agreement with I-DNS International Inc.. I-DNS's system now supports 55 languages Registrants under the .cc top level domain throughout Asia will now have a choice to register their domain names in their own language, or English, or both. (CNN)


Wireless News
AT&T Wireless adds content sources
USA Today and America Online announced agreements Monday to provide content and services through AT&T Wireless Services (Tipworld newsletter)


Books à la carte
Books Ordered by Chapter or Verse
This fall, hundreds of books like travel guides will be sold on the Internet in parts - chapters, maps and even paragraphs - that can be mixed and matched a la carte by readers. (NY Times)


Music
Senators deluged with song-swap fan E-Mails
Two Washington lawmakers had received a combined 70,000 e-mails as of Monday mainly from fans of digital music swapping after an appeal for support by online music companies Napster Inc. and MP3.com. (SiliconValley.com)


Setting the record straight
Is MSN No. 1? Or Not?
Microsoft says its Internet services is now the No. 1 destination for Web users. Analysts say the numbers are probably a little bit misleading. (Wired)


WebPolaroid
Polaroid plans one-piece camera with modem
Polaroid Corp. (PRD) said Monday it will sell a camera with a built-in modem which will let consumers upload photos from their camera to a Web page. The device is expected to be on the market by the end of the year, at a suggested retail price of $249. (Tipworld newsletter)


Health
THE EYE-GENERATION --- DAVENETICS
Staring at a computer screen for several hours can make one's vision a bit blurred. Doctors are concerned that as today's children begin to stare at a screen for a lifetime, the damage could be more dramatic. (Fox News / Davenetics)


Philanthropy
A New Way Of Giving
It's taken a while, but many multimillionaires of the technology boom are now giving something back--using the methods they learned as entrepreneurs. (Time)



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