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Internet computer

(1) A computer attached to the Internet. See Internet.

(2) A computer designed for Internet-only tasks such as e-mail and Web. See Chromebook and Internet appliance.
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Menta Software(R), a leading provider of software solutions for accessing Windows applications over Internet devices, and the New Internet Computer Company, founded by Oracle(R) CEO Larry Ellison, announced today a technology partnership giving customers a simple, affordable way to access Windows applications from a "New Internet Computer.
a provider of personal connectivity and Internet access technology, has announced that its software-based Linux-compatible modem solution has been selected for The New Internet Computer Company's first low-cost Internet appliance.
A private investigator hired by the Antelope Valley Union High School District found the Internet computer site from which the photograph of the cheerleader came, records show.
today announced that their AlphaShield Hardware Firewall guarantees high speed Internet computer users protection from security vulnerabilities and risks that include Internet worms, credit card fraud and identity theft.
332287) Oracle's Promise and the Help Us Help campaign have partnered with the New Internet Computer Company, makers of the New Internet Computer (NIC), to help make digital access a reality for all kids.
At the 18 library branches that have only one Internet computer, the filtering software will be removed while the county buys and installs new computers that will have the software.
One hundred winners of the competition will receive a prize of a ROL-BOX Internet computer.
The New Internet Computer Company proudly announced today that its recently released New Internet Computers (NICs) will soon be in the hands of Chicago schoolchildren.
trying to maintain its dominance over computing standards, is about to mount a counterattack on the industry's quest for a $500 Internet computer.
In 2000, she founded with Oracle chairman Larry Ellison the New Internet Computer Company (NIC), a hardware company building affordable Internet machines for homes and schools.
NETWORKER: Stepping up his crusade for a $500 Internet computer, Oracle Corp.
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