Friday, April 29, 2005


Microsoft Weighs Reversal on Gay Rights, Gates Says
The founder of Microsoft has indicated he may reconsider his company's decision not to support a Washington State gay rights bill.
By SARAH KERSHAW

Remember Where You Looked (Even if You Didn't Find It)
Yahoo added several features to its search capability this week, including an archive of previous searches and the ability to share these search histories with others.
By ANDREW ZIPERN

Open Wallets for Open-Source Software
Venture capitalists are again embracing open-source technology companies, and a natural question may be whether some of them have perhaps lost their minds.
By GARY RIVLIN

Art That Puts You in the Picture, Like It or Not
All the annoyances of interactive art (prurience, ritual, ungraciousness and moral superiority) are on display at the 2005 Boston Cyberarts Festival.
By SARAH BOXER

Amazon's Net Income Falls Despite a 24%Revenue Rise
Amazon.com said that its net income fell in the first quarter, as costs from technology investments and shipping promotions offset higher sales.
By LAURIE J. FLYNN

Itty-Bitty and Shrinking, Fusion Device Has Big Ideas
Scientists are reporting that they have produced nuclear fusion - the same process that powers the sun - in a footlong cylinder just five inches in diameter.
By KENNETH CHANG

Small Business Bets Big on Technology, Study Says
A survey showed that 81 percent of small businesses polled said they planned to increase their technology spending an average 20 percent.
By EVE TAHMINCIOGLU

Wireless Net Connections for the Roaming Laptop
Operating on different standards from Wi-Fi, the broadband services require special modems that plug into a laptop computer's PC card slots.
By IVAN BERGER

From Apple, a Tiger to Put in Your Mac
Apple is about to release Mac OS X 10.4, nicknamed Tiger - the latest version of the software suite that makes up the Macintosh operating system. How is it?
By DAVID POGUE

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