PARIS - France's efforts to digitize its culture, from Marcel Proust's manuscripts to the first films of the legendary Lumiere brothers, long have been bogged down by the country's reluctance to rely on help from American Internet giant Google Inc.
DAWSONVILLE, Ga. - Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday announced the first $182 million in federal stimulus money for 18 projects to expand high-speed Internet networks in rural areas and other underserved communities.
CALABASAS, Calif. - Authorities say there were at least five attacks on red-haired students at a Southern California middle school after a Facebook group announced "Kick a Ginger Day." However, nobody was seriously hurt and no arrests were made.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - At least for the moment, the world's fastest supercomputer is devoted to solving scientific questions that may save the planet - climate change, renewable energy, new medicines - rather than advances in nuclear weapons that might blow it up.
ST. LOUIS - The state of Missouri and Microsoft Corp.
- Scientists hope to network Facebook-style
- Icahn offers CIT Group $6 billion loan
- Task force to colleges: Treat betting like booze
- Baidu CEO draws big crowd in Google's backyard
- Microsoft urges Web learning in case of swine flu
- Obama advises caution in what kids put on Facebook
- UK court rejects suit on Google search results
- Bill Gates: Better data mean better schools
- FDIC resisting calls to aid lender CIT Group
- Indian outsourcer Mahindra Satyam gets new CEO
- Student charged with keeping teachers from grading
- Stanford computer prof. Rajeev Motwani found dead
- ACLU defends girl's lewd MySpace principal parody