Tuesday, August 11, 2009

PayPal targets students, parents with debit cards

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August 11, 2009
In this issue
redarrow PayPal targets students, parents with debit cards
redarrow Intel, Micron develop flash chips for USB drives
redarrow Mozilla issues first Firefox 3.6 alpha version
redarrow The 404 401: Where we take everything out of context
redarrow Microsoft joins HTML 5 standard fray in earnest

New program lets parents keep track of their kids' expenses and act as the bank by funneling money into a monitored debit account.

The NAND flash memory, capable of 3 bits per cell, is based on 34-nanometer technology. The chips will be limited initially to flash drives.

An early version of an update to the browser is starting to emerge. Mozilla touts faster JavaScript, new style features, and more rapid delivery than with Firefox 3.5.

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Jeff's back and gives us a rundown of his minivacation to Atlantic City, N.J., and his love affair with pinball machines. A lot of other stories to talk about today, like the Zune HD, the new Chevy Volt, Spielberg taking over the Halo movie.
The developer of the market-leading browser has become more actively engaged in hashing out many details of a proposed revamp of the Web page standard.

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