Yes, But Does It Talk Back?
- Getting over the Web. Clark, Robert // Telecom Asia;Aug2001, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p28
Reports the impact of the world wide web on the telecommunication industry in Asia. Comparison between the rate of web and non-web users; Percentage of internet users in Asia; Implications of the web on bandwidth providers.
- Netropolitan. // New Scientist;3/11/95, Vol. 145 Issue 1968, p23
Reports on issues and topics concerning science and technology. G7's Ministerial Conference on the Information Society; Opening of the American telecommunications market to foreign competition; Launching of the European Commission's consumer guide on the World-Wide Web.
- Vidio Chat in 3 Easy Steps. Kirschner, Suzanne Kantra // Popular Science;Mar2003, Vol. 262 Issue 3, p18
Focuses on steps to be followed in a video communication over the World Wide Web. Need for web-camera with its software for video communication; Selection of connection for video communication.
- Air support for unified messaging. Clark, Robert // Telecom Asia;Sep2000, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p56
Focuses on the development of unified messaging as a Web-based portal feature of telecommunication systems. Centralization of access for fax, voice and electronic mail messages; Barriers in migration requirements; Transformation of personal telecommunication services. INSET: An accent on...
- China's Widening Web. Anderson, Stephen J. // China Business Review;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p20
Provides information on the Internet businesses in China. Description of the country's Internet infrastructure; Effort of the government in limiting and regulating telecommunication services; Competitive strategies of Internet service providers in the country. INSET: China's Internet users.
- Enabling the Mobile Internet. Williamson, John // Global Telephony;Sep2001, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p16
Focuses on the role of mobile internet in the operations in global telecommunications industry. Distinction between mobile internet and the wireline predecessor; Importance of multimedia messaging on the telecommunications industry; Integration of Wireless Application Protocol and i-mode...
- Using Web pages to teach communication systems: Internet connection optional. Hill, Roger B. // Technology Teacher;Nov96, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p22
Examines the use of web pages to teach communication systems without accessing the Internet. Minimum requirements; Problems in using the Internet in schools; Opportunity for student development of Web pages; Chance to learn about the fundamentals of visual design, use of hypertext and...
- BREAKING. // New Media Age;1/27/2005, p3
Presents news briefs related to the multimedia communications sector in Great Britain as of January 2005. Information on the television program searching service launched by Google; Information on the global charity text message auction launched by the GSM Association; Efforts taken by British...
- How can I communicate with customers on the Web? S.G. // Inc.;Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p105
Provides examples of how businesses can communicate with customers on the World Wide Web. The sharing of information about potential job candidates by a technical recruiting company called MetaSearch; The ability for a New York City graphic designer to have clients view work in progress.