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[科技前沿] 【整理】2010-04-18&04-21 网络中立性、iPad的难题、手腕充电器

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In today’s tech bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeal court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others that deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone on line to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad a blown up iPhone or even an iPhone asteroids. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katy Brad says the device is spawning a new type of app.

This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves and their apps to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review of some of  the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally, a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps to your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cellphones, MP3 players, gaming consoles and more. The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories, log onto the technology page of ABCnews.Com. Those are your tech bytes.

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In today’s tech bytes, the government is deal to set back its rule separate inquire companies provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality, a federal appeal school regulate have limited power over web traffic under current law, the decision will allow internet service provides to blog or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new devise, many users have gone on line to complained that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet, there are pages of comments on iPod’s technical support web site complaining the wire fire connections are either weak or keeping cutting out, iPod has posted a web page with trouble shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad blown up iPhone or even iPhone on steroid but many ways the tablet computers is much more than net, the Wall Street journals Katy Brad says the devise is spooning a new type of app.

This is really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but were able to do a lot more because of the larger service, that software self is more advance than a lot of ways set just being blown up or just being larger, people are redesigning the way they resent themselves, they are apps to just easier to get engage with.

You can read Katy’s review the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street journals website.

Finally, a new way to charge our gadgets on the goal, the wrist charges straps wrist and plug on the most of the electronic devises, you can use it power cell phones and MP3 players, gaming consult and more, the charger sells for 35 dollars on think geek.com.

For information of all these stories, you’d like gone to the technology, page ABC news. Com. Those are your tech bytes.
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[Homework]2010-04-18&04-21 网络中立性、iPad的难题、手腕充电器

本帖最后由 抑郁之灵 于 2010-4-18 10:26 编辑

In today's Tech Bytes, the government is there to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all Internet content, a policy known as Net Neutrality. A Federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow Internet service providers to block or slow its specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster. But the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new divice. Many users have gone online to complain that they're having trouble getting connected to the Internet. There are pages of comments on Apple's technical support website, complaining the iPad connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.

Well, many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone, or even an iPhone on steroids. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katie Boehret says the device is spotting a new type of app.

This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we're able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown-up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves in their apps to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katie's review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps to your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cell phones, MP3 players, gaming councils and more. The charger sells for $35 on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories.Log onto the technology page of abcnews.com. Those are your Tech Bytes. I'm Vinita Nair.

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本帖最后由 cross3561 于 2010-4-18 09:49 编辑

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In today’s tech bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeal school regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law, the decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device, many users have gone on line to complaine that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet, there are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keeping cutting out, iPod has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.


Or many people are calling the iPad had blown up iPhone or even an iPhone on stereo rods but in many ways the tablet computers is much more than net, the Wall Street journalist Katy Brad says the device is spondeeing a new type of ad.

This / really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger service, that software itself is more advance than a lot of ways set just being blown up or just being larger, people are redesigning the way they present themselves, and their ads to just be easier to / engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review of some of  the new ads for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally, a new way to charge our gadgets on the go, the wrist charger straps your wrist and plugs into most / / electronic devices, you can use it to power cellphones, / MP3 players, gaming consorts and more, the charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all these stories, you are gone to the technology, page of ABC news. Com. Those are your tech bytes.
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In today’s tech bytes, the government is there to set back in its efforts to require companies provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as Net Neutrality. A federal appeal school regulate have limited power over web traffic under current law, the decision will allow internet service provides to blog or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new devise. Many users have gone on line to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on iPod’s technical support web site complaining the wifi connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. iPod has posted a web page with trouble -shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone or even iPhone on steroid but many ways the tablet computers is much more than that, the Wall Street journals Katy Brad says the devise is spawning a new type of app.

This is really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but were able to do a lot more because of the larger service.  That software self is more advanced than a lot of ways set just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves, they are apps to just easier to engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street journals website.

Finally, a new way to charge our gadgets on the goal, the wrist chargers straps wrist and plug on the most of the electronic devises.  You can use it to power cell phones and MP3 players, gaming councils and more, the charger sells for 35 dollars on think geek.com.

For information of all these stories, you’d like lock onto the technology, page ABC news. Com. Those are your tech bytes.
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本帖最后由 oo李莎oo 于 2010-4-18 10:11 编辑

[Homework] 2010-04-18 Net Neutrality Ruling
In today’s Tech Bytes, the government is delt to set back its in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all Internet content, a policy known as Net Neutrality. A federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow Internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster. But the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.
Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone on line to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the Wi-Fi connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble shooting tips.
Or many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone, or even iPhone on steroid. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal’s Katie Brad says the device is spotting a new type of app.
“This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we’re able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves in their apps, to just easier to get engage with.”
You can read Katie’s review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal’s website.
Finally, a new way to charge our gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps to your wrist and plugs into the most electronic devices. You can use it to power cell phones, MP3 players, gaming councils and more. The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.
For information on all of these stories, log on to the technology page of abcnews. Com. Those are your Tech Bytes. I’m Venina Aaron.
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In today’s TECH bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeals school regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law, the decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device, many users have gone on line to complaine that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet, there are pages of comments on Apple’s Technical Support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keeping cutting out, iPod has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad had blown up iPhone or even an iPhone on stereo rods but in many ways the tablet computers is much more than net, the Wall Street journalist Katy Brad says the device is spawning a new type of ad.

"This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger service, that software itself is more advanced than a lot of ways set just being blown up or just been larger, people are redesigning the way they present themselves, and their ads to just be easier to engage with. "

And you can read Katy’s review of some of  the new ads for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.Finally, a new way to charge our gadgets on the go, the wrist charger straps your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices, you can use it to power cellphones, MP3 players, gaming consorts and more, the charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgik.com.

For information on all these stories, you are gone to the technology, page of ABC news. com. Those are your TECH bytes.
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In today’s tech bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others that deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone on line to complain/ that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.


Or many people are calling the iPad a blown up iPhone or even an iPhone on steroids. But in many ways the tablet computer/ is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katy Brad says the device is spawning a new type of app.

This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves and their apps to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review of some of  the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally, a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cellphones, MP3 players, gaming consoles and more. The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories, log onto the technology page of ABCnews.Com. Those are your tech bytes.
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In today’s tech bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others that deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone on line to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone or even an iPhone on steroids. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katy Brad says the device is spawning a new type of app.

This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves and their apps to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally, a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cellphones, MP3 players, gaming consoles and more. The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories, log onto the technology page of ABCnews.Com. Those are your tech bytes.
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In today’s tech bytes, the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as net neutrality. A federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others that deliver their content faster, but the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.

Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone on line to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet. There are pages of comments on Apple’s technical support website complaining the WIFI connections are either weak or keep cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.

Or many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone or even an iPhone on *. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katy Brad says the device is spawning a new type of app.

This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves and their apps to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katy’s review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally, a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cellphones, MP3 players, gaming * and more. The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories, log onto the technology
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[Homework]2010-04-18&04-21 网络中立性、iPad的难题、手腕充电器

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In today's Tech Bytes,the government is yell to set back in its effort to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content, a policy known as Net New Travelity. A federal appeals count ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law.The decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge other / so will let their content faster.But the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.
Some Ipad owners are reporting a problem with their new device.Many users have gone online to complain that they are having trouble getting connected to the internet.There are pages of comments on Apple's technical support website,complaining the Wi-fi connections are either weak or keep cutting out.Apple has posted a web page with trouble soothing tips.
So many people are calling the Ipad an blown up iphone,or even an Iphone on stereos.But in many ways the tabloid computer is much more than that.The Wall Street Journal's Katie Barat says the device is supporting a new type of app.
This really is a new way of deciding software because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the larger service.The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just been blown up or just being larger.People are redeciding the way they present themselves and their apps to just be easier to engage with.
And you can recate this reviews of some of the new apps for the Ipad on the Wall Street Journal's website.
Finally a new way to charge your gadgets are on the go.The Wrist Charger straps to your wrist
and plugs in the most eletronic devices.You can use it to power your cellphones,mp3 players, gaming councils and more.The charger cells with 45 dollars on Thinkgeek.com.

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               In today's Tech Bytes, the government is there to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal acess to all Internet content. A policy knew as Net Neutrality. A federal appeals court ruled the regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law.The decisions will allow Internet service privoders to block or slow specific sites and charge others to diliver their content faster. But the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.
               Some ipad owners were reporting a problem with their new device. Many users have gone online to complain that they are having truble getting connected to the Internet.
There are pages of comments on apple's technical support website complaining the wifi connections were either weak or keep cutting out. Apple has posted a page with trouble-shooting tips.
                Or many people are calling the ipad a blown-up iphone. Or even a iphone a scared steroids. But many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall street journalist Katie Barat says the device is spawning a new type of app.
                This really is a new way of designing softeware, because we are just using our finger but we are able to do a lot more because of the large surface. The softeware itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown-up or just being larger. peole are redesigning the way they present themself and their apps to just be easier to engage with.
                And you can read Katie's review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.  
                Finally a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The Wrist Charger straps to your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices, you can use it power cellphones mp3 players ,gaming councils and more. The charge sells for 45 dollars on Thinkgeek.com.
               For information of all of these stories log onto the technology page of abcnews.com.Those are you Tech bytes
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In today's TECH bytes,the government is dealt to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all internet content a policy known as net neutrality.A Federal appeals court rulled that regulators have eliminated power over web-traffic under current law.Its decision will allow internet service providers to block or slow specific sites and charge others to deliver their contents faster.But the ruling is not expected to have immediately in pact.

Some Ipad owners are reporting a problem with their new device.Many users are gone online to complain that they are having troubles getting connected to the internet.There are pages of comments on Apple 's technical support website complaining the web-ipad connections are either weak or keep cutting out.Apple has posed on its web one page of trouble shooting tips.

Many people are calling the Ipad a blow-up Iphone,or even an Iphone on steroids?,but many ways the tablet computer is much more than that.The Wall Street Journal 's Katie Berian says the device is spotting a new type of Apap.

This is really a new way of designing software ,because we're just using our fingers but we're able to do a lot more because of the larger suface.The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown-up or just being larger.People are re-designing the way they present themselves in their apps
to just be easier to engage with.

And you can read Katie reviews on some of the new apps for the ipad on the Wall Street Journal's website.

Finally ,a new way to charge a gadget undergo,the wrist charger straps to your wrist and plugs in the most electonic devices.You can use it to power cellphones ,mp3 players,gaming consoles and more.The charger sells for 35 dollars on thinkgeek.com.

For information on all of these stories ,log on to the technology page at abcnews.com.Those are TECH bytes.
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本帖最后由 wallacewang 于 2010-4-18 22:32 编辑

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In today's Tech Bytes, the government is there to set back in its efforts to require companies to provide equal access to all Internet content, a policy known as Net Neutrality. A Federal appeals court ruled that regulators have limited power over web traffic under current law. The decision will allow Internet service providers to block or slow its specific sites and charge others to deliver their content faster. But the ruling is not expected to have an immediate impact.
Some iPad owners are reporting a problem with their new divice. Many users have gone online to complain that they're having trouble getting connected to the Internet. There are pages of comments on Apple's technical support website, complaining the WiFi connections are either weak or keeping cutting out. Apple has posted a web page with trouble-shooting tips.
Well, many people are calling the iPad a blown-up iPhone, or even an iPhone on steroids. But in many ways the tablet computer is much more than that. The Wall Street Journal's Katie Boehret says the device is spotting a new type of app.
This really is a new way of designing software because we are just using our finger but we're able to do a lot more because of the larger surface. The software itself is more advanced in a lot of ways instead of just being blown-up or just being larger. People are redesigning the way they present themselves in their apps to just be easier to engage with.
And you can read Katie's review of some of the new apps for the iPad on the Wall Street Journal's website.
Finally a new way to charge your gadgets on the go. The wrist charger straps to your wrist and plugs into most electronic devices. You can use it to power cell phones, MP3 players, gaming councils and more. The charger sells for $35 on thinkgeek.com.
For information on all of these stories.  Log on the technology page of abcnews.com. Those are your Tech Bytes. I'm Vinita Nair.
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