Co-Browsing is a system which first sprung up in chat environments, and liter migrated to collaborate virtual worlds as well, where one party can lead one or more second parties through a collection of 3D sites / websites / databases, both parties viewing the same data, at the same time.
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The White House has called on internet firms to develop stronger privacy protections for consumers. In a statement, President Barack Obama outlined a "consumer privacy bill of rights". The White House said internet users should have the r...
Ben Gurion University engineers have developed a sterile browsing system for doctors, using a screen and gesture-recognition system that allows surgeons to flip back and forth through radiology images, such as MRI and CT scans, by simply gr...
US net firm Verizon has declared war on illegal downloaders, or pirates, who use technologies such as BitTorrent to steal copyrighted material.
Verizon has said it will first warn repeat offenders by email and voicemail.
Governments and companies should limit the snooping they do on web users. So said Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, who said that growing oversight of browsing could have a pernicious effect. A greater part of the value o...
One version of the upcoming Asus Eee-book reader will have have a hinged spine, letting users view the text of their book on one screen (turning its pages using the touch screen), while browsing a Web page on the other.