...since parlayed his notoriety and skills into a successful business in security consulting, speaking and writing. - Frank Bajak, AP Writer '.Eu' names frozen; cybersquat alleged BRUSSELS, Belgium - Some 74,000 ".eu" domain names were...
...to do anything other than try to spread its own infection, experts said. AP technology writers Anick Jesdanun and Frank Bajak contributed to this story from New York. --- On the Net: Technical details: http://www.eeye.com/html...
...important things - like your job," Masnick told participants in the Blog On social networking conference this week. -Frank Bajak, AP Technology Editor Google Maps entangled in age-old dispute SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc.'s popular online mapping...
...not bothered about having my viewing habits known. If it helps get "Fear Factor" off the air and brings me more Ken Burns' documentaries and Bill Moyers' shows, I'll happily oblige. Frank Bajak can be reached at email@example.com
FLORENCE, Italy - The view everyone loves from the Piazzale Michelangelo is of the sun's shimmering reflection in the Arno River in the day's waning light, the Duomo's bulging majestically from the Florentine skyline.\r\n
CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, Colombia -- It was our first evening in Cartagena, and the assault was almost immediate as we walked onto the beach to watch the sun sink into the Caribbean. "Hi, my name is William. I'll get you whatever you need: a chair, umbrella, a snack, a welcoming cocktail," said the first vendor to reach us. Within seconds, a half-dozen over-eager denizens of Cartagena's lido were on us like flies, offering food and drink, massages, hair-braiding, necklaces. Politely declining the offers had no effect. We nearly had to break into a gallop to get away.
The millennium computer bug could threaten irrigation along the Nile. Airlines may have to suspend flying some routes. Venezuela's coordinator for year 2000 computer problems says his country is "in an emergency." The United States, Britain, Canada and some other countries have devoted billions of dollars preparing for 2000, when computers with dates in their programs could go haywire. But an Associated Press survey of businesses, government agencies and information technology researchers in 16 countries suggests many nations are only now waking up to the problem.
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Uncertain their radars' Year 2000 computer problems will be solved, air traffic controllers in this Andean nation are taking refresher courses in guiding planes the old-fashioned way -- with radioed position reports and paper charts. Federal bookkeepers, meanwhile, may have to switch to paper ledgers until their computers are fixed.
TARRYTOWN, N.Y. - It's been a few decades since anyone recorded my mile splits as I bounded over hill and dale, immersed in running's intoxicating rhythm.
NEW YORK -- I haven't been to a movie theater since we resumed the family subscription to Netflix, the online DVD-by-mail emporium.