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Tech News for 6-2-09
Posted By On June 2, 2009 @ 12:58 PM In In The News | No Comments
The Church of Scientology has appeared in the news once again:
Wikipedia has informed the church that they will be banned from posting and editing the online encyclopedia’s website after several pro-scientology edits have been made to articles from the church’s computers, which is a violation of Wikipedia’s terms of service.
The media giant, Time Warner, is legally separating from America Online (AOL), the well known Internet provider, after nine years of an unhappy relationship.
AOL hopes that it’s new CEO, Tim Armstrong, who left Google to control the Internet provider, will be able to keep the company afloat without its corporate parent.
Microsoft is building a search engine that it hopes can challenge Google: Bing.com will not just be a search engine, but also a “decision engine”. This new search engine is planned for release this
~ Bryan Scheiber is a Systems Administrator in Metro Detroit.
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