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US House Opens Up to Open Source


"The legislative process is still largely an opaque, confusing and paper-based one. Important amendments are often drafted by hand -- bills are introduced by dropping a physical copy in a box in the Capitol," noted Seamus Kraft, executive director of the OpenGov Foundation. "Interactive, open source lawmaking and public hearing software ... are built to take policymaking into the Internet age."
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Apple Leaves Nest Thermostat Out in the Cold


Apple reportedly has pulled the Nest smart thermostat from both its online and brick-and-mortar stores, possibly paving the way for its own line of smart home appliances. The thermostat disappeared from Apple's product offerings earlier this month. Apple's stores now are selling the Ecobee 3, a thermostat that works with Apple's HomeKit, an Internet of Things platform that's part of iOS.
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Out source to India 3  maidnus   2004-11-05 04:01:17 
Re: British NHS Strikes Deal with Microsoft 2  deanhash   2004-11-03 15:59:35 
Re: Advisory: Windows Platform Widely Vulnerable to Attack 3  ctene   2004-10-31 23:11:40 
Xbox lawsuit 1  rmbeverlin   2004-10-29 10:56:15 
Re: Microsoft Faces Suit for Selling 'Defective' Game Systems 2  rmbeverlin   2004-10-29 10:52:40 
Re: AOL Dumps Microsoft's Spam Filter Standard 4  jenfromthelou   2004-10-20 17:17:54 
Re: Spitzer Probe Has Insurance World Shaking 2  spm   2004-10-20 10:05:26 
Re: Intel Puts 4 GHz Processor on Back Burner 3  weaselmeat   2004-10-15 14:42:49 
Re: Funner Worm Spreads to US 2  micahfk   2004-10-14 20:02:49 
Re: AOL Time Warner: Who's the Boss? 4  BizAngel   2004-10-13 11:28:10 
Re: OPEC President Says Politics Pushing Oil Prices Higher 2  JHR   2004-10-07 20:34:01 
PhysOrg:Breakthrough Nanotechnology Will Bring 100 Terabyte 3.5 in Disk 1  fedrive   2004-10-03 17:10:41 
Re: Vendors Search for Ways To Slow Phishing Attacks 2  perpeta   2004-09-28 15:56:13 
Re: Could Newer Browsers Dethrone IE? 2  neojd78   2004-09-26 15:32:59 
Re: The Forbidden Fruits and Singing Bananas 2  ryandary   2004-09-22 08:35:37 
Re: Time Warner Pulls MGM Bid, Clears Way for Sony 2  OREILLY1   2004-09-15 08:54:03 
Re: Applause Greets Tivo-Netflix Tale 2  tgentile72   2004-09-13 13:06:10 
Re: Listen Closely: Audio Books Will Beat eBooks 3  geneven   2004-09-10 13:18:52 
Re: Sarbanes-Oxley: Insurmountable Hurdle for Small Business? 2  Teddistefano   2004-09-10 11:29:24 
Re: Nokia 9300 Offers E-Mail, Data Access 2  Pardo   2004-09-10 04:48:29 

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