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Java, biofeedback tee off for Internet gaming
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1/25/2000   Post a comment
The folks who made it possible to play golf over the Internet are planning a new game. Internet Golf Multimedia Inc. here hopes to launch next year the Java-based Internet Sports Computer (ISC), which will handle both golf and interactive sports that "volley" by recording and relaying the players' muscle contractions in real-time.
Routing depends on switch fabric
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1/24/2000   Post a comment
Network processors are emerging as a versatile tool that will decouple the functions to be implemented in a switching system from the hardware that implements those functions.


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