Technology News Archive - March 02, 2006
Start with what the much-hyped Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) project code-named Origami is not. It's not a music player designed to take on Apple Computer Inc. (AAPL)'s mega-popular iPod. And it's not a portable version of Microsoft's Xbox videogame console. And it won't - at least not yet - replace your cellular phone or your regular computer.
Philadelphia on Wednesday announced details of its deal with EarthLink Inc. (ELNK) for the construction of a high-speed wireless network that will span the city, including provisions for EarthLink to pay for computers, training, and subsidize Internet access for low-income households.
Can someone who doesn't even know how to read or write use a computer? Microsoft Corp. is probing that question at a research lab in India.
Cellphone and media companies expect to see a sizable market for advertising on cellphones in coming years, with options including advertising-subsidized video services, top executives said on Wednesday.
MTV owner Viacom Inc. plans to enter the business of connecting youth viewers on the Internet this year, a top Viacom executive said on Wednesday, amid threats of losing its cool cachet to News Corp.
By Cassidy, Camille M; Conroy, David E Researchers suggest that parental involvement and autonomy support may impact children's perceived competence (PC) and their self-esteem (SE). Additionally, children's PC has been positively associated with SE.
- The navel or umbilicus.
- In Greek archaeology: A central boss, as on a shield, a bowl, etc.
- A sacred stone in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, believed by the Greeks to mark the 'navel' or exact center-point of the earth.