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March 2001. News and Events
March-30
2001
Talking Stocks: Version 3.0 is available

Talking Stocks is a personal assistant that retrieves current stock quotes and reads them out loud to you. Changes in the new 3.0 version include the addition of Real-time quotes for US, Canada, Australia & NZ, and new Help screens which tell you how to take full advantage of the program. A Quiet button has been added to the main toolbar, making it easy to stop the character from interrupting you with automatic broadcasts and alerts if you wish.

March-30
2001
The Creatures Docking Station is launched

Creatures Docking Station is an exciting add-on for Creatures 3. Here, you can exchange creatures online, set up networks of creatures and watch as evolution takes its course! Based on real biological principles, Norns are furry little pets that have their own biochemistry and Creatures digital DNA and represent the of one the most advanced virtual life sims available today. Will Norns go the way of Dinosaurs and die out completely or will they continue to evolve and improve on their own? Can you improve the species? Will your genome take over the warp universe? All can be answered in time!

March-30
2001
EarthBrowser: keeping an eye on the weather

EarthBrowser constantly monitors weather conditions around the globe, and keeps you informed of major weather events in the world or near your home. In the latest version (1.3.7), EarthBrowser gives you access to over 250 webcams so that you not only hear about what the weather is doing, but you can see it too.

March-30
2001
Models and Methods of Analysis for Agent Based Systems Workshop

7 April 2001, Genova, Italy. When agent-based systems with high degrees of autonomy are released into a loosely constrained environment, they may interact with other systems about which they have little knowledge. It is difficult, but necessary, to predict what the large-scale behavior of such systems might be. The principal aim of this workshop is to bring together those with expertise in analysis and experience in building or managing large scale agent based systems.

March-29
2001
Ithaki: metasearch the whole world over

Ithaki is a metasearcher which is available in 14 languages and armed with more than 30 categories (Linux, news & web for each country, MP3, images etc). You can choose to search either web directories or web crawlers, Ithaki automatically selects the most appropriate tools for each category and country. It also comes in WAP and I-mode versions - so you never need be lost on the Internet!

March-29
2001
FreezerSearch: Web searching comes in from the cold

FreezerSearch's metamotor searches up to 18 general search engines and directories, presenting a single list of results, ranked by relevance. As well as offering general web metasearching, there are major Agriculture, Kids and German Web categories. Its extensive advanced search options make this an interesting tool for exhaustive, but effective, Web searching.

March-29
2001
AudioLocator: the doors to FTP are open for MP3 seekers

The AudioLocator program is a MP3 search tool which searches a massive hourly-updated database of FTP servers. Simply type the song, artist, or album name in the search box and hit Locate. There are two interfaces: the easy-to-use interface with the feel of a Web Page and the Classic Interface for more advanced users. For users new to the File Transfer Protocol, this program contains a screen for help using CuteFTP.

March-29
2001
The 2001 Loebner Prize: prepare your chatterbots now!

The 2001 Loebner Prize will be held at the Science Museum, London on 13 October 2001, according to the official announcement. The Loebner Prize is awarded annually to the designer of the computer programme that best succeeds in passing a variant of the Turing test, an imitation game designed in the 1950s by British mathematician Alan Turing, where a human and a computer are interrogated under conditions where the interrogator did not know which was which. Turing argued that if the interrogator could not distinguish between them 50% of the time, then it would be reasonable to call the computer intelligent. Turing predicted that this stage would be reached by the year 2000… It has yet to happen. So there is still time to prepare your chatterbot, in the hope of carrying off the US$100,000 first prize!

March-28
2001
MyProwler: stalks information on the Web

MyProwler offers metasearching on the Web or in one of some 20 categories (Usenet, Government Databases, Kids etc). You can formulate your query in natural language or using advanced search syntax. Within a category you can select which of the information sources you wish to use as well as being able to set the language and the number of results you want to see per page. MyProwler also maintains its own database of sites.

March-28
2001
News Rover: goes hunting for MP3

News Rover, which specializes in searching newsgroups, now includes a built in MP3 search engine, for finding MP3 on newsgroup servers. You can enter words from a song title or an artist's name and the search engine will rapidly search all MP3 newsgroups and present a list of all matching entries. The search usually takes less than 10 seconds. Once the entries are presented, you can double-click the ones you want to download without having to subscribe to any newsgroups or download the list of headers for the newsgroups.

March-28
2001
JavElink and Techshopper: no longer at your service

Two disappearances to announce: JavElink, the page monitoring and alerting service, has been absorbed by EoExchange, a leading provider of specialized search solutions for the corporate market. It is no longer available to the general public. The on-line price comparison service Techshopper, brought to you by the TechWeb network, has also been terminated.

March-27
2001
WebStorm: in the eye of the storm

The new version (3.0) of the search agent WebStorm has been released, aiming at providing easier, more powerful searching. It has new features like the Keyword Explorer to make use of your saved searches, and better platform support like Proxy servers that require usernames and passwords.

March-27
2001
BlueTalk Game Engine: towards wireless
peer-to-peer gaming

Pocit Labs has announced the first network gaming API for the emerging short-range wireless network P2P market. BlueTalk Game Engine makes it possible to develop a new generation of computer games that utilize the benefits of local ad hoc P2P networking. Regardless of whether they use handheld gaming devices, PDAs or Smartphones, users can meet and seamlessly create a wireless virtual playground without any external infrastructure.

March-27
2001
Napster battles to keep its head
above the water

The Napster Action Network tries to turn up the heat in advance of the April 3rd Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Napster is inviting its users to manifest their support by e-mailing or phoning Congress, if they are unable to be present on the day itself. A sure sign that the legal battle that opposes Napster and the Recording Industry of America is entering a critical phase for the file-sharing service.

March-26
2001
1KTV: the arrival of avatars on your mobile device

V-Star Corporation now makes its human avatars available on mobile devices. These virtual hosts present news, weather and financial shows on 1KTV, which in the Los Angeles region can be accessed from any mobile device with an Internet connection. The era of the true virtual assistant who will be with you wherever you go is getting nearer!

March-26
2001
Virtual personal shopper : no need to shop till you drop

The guide2style™ virtual personal shopper provides personalized answers to a question that consumers ask themselves every day, "What should I wear?", and advises shoppers what outfits, colors and accessories best suit their figure and the event they are attending. Starting with a base set of over 150,000 expert rules of style, the virtual personal shopper uses cutting-edge artificial intelligence to sort through and prioritize all of these rules. The software optimizes each answer for a particular person, in a particular place, for a particular event. Currently available for beta testing, its ultimate vocation is providing personalized service as part of any apparel company's Electronic Customer Relationship Marketing solution.

March-26
2001
The 2001 AAAI Spring Symposium Series

The clock is running for an intensive programme of seven symposia to be held over three days (March 26-28, 2001) at Stanford University, presented by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. Among the highlights will be "Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Entertainment", an attempt to continue the recent interaction between the interactive entertainment industry and the AI research community, and "Robotics and Education", which will collect and share experiences in successful deployment of robots in classrooms and other educational venues.

March-23
2001
Wrist Companion: the world at the end of your arm

Seiko will present their Wrist Companion at the CeBIT trade show which starts today in Hanover, Germany. Developed at the Seiko Wearable Technology Lab, the Wrist Companion allows you to exchange verbal and written information with a flick of the wrist. It links to a cellular phone using Bluetooth and WAP technology to access a range of services and applications. All this is combined with a fashionable design - another step towards the integration of wearable computers in our daily life.

March-23
2001
Poser 4: bring your animations to lifeARIML: become an author - of a chatterbot!

ARIML (Acquired Response Intelligence Markup Language) is a new XML specification used for the development of Internet droids and chatter bots. The goal of ARIML is to provide a simple and straight forward protocol for intelligent bot development, one that is simple enough for the laymen to master, yet robust enough to power the most complex AI programs. ARIML is a spin-off of the Artificial Intelligence Markup Language (AIML), which was created by Dr. Richard Wallace.

March-22
2001
The Informant: the spy who left me

The Informant, the online monitoring and alerting service, will shut down on April 30, 2001, and no longer sends email alerts nor accepts new users. After creating it as an enjoyable hobby, the Informant team no longer has the time to perform the behind-the-scenes programming work that keeps the service running smoothly. Their technology should however reappear in a couple of months in a notification service tailored to the computer-security domain, at the Institute for Security Technology Studies. Existing Informant users can login as usual to recover their queries and URLs until the final shutdown date.

March-22
2001
PaPeRo: your robotic best friend!

PaPeRo, developed at NEC Laboratories, is an evolution of their famous R100 Personal Robot. PaPeRo will wander around the room looking for human company and even take a nap when it becomes tired, or if it fails find anyone. When PaPeRo finds a person, it will try to communicate with the person. But be careful, its behavior and reaction to you will change according to how you behave towards it!

March-22
2001
Offline Explorer Pro: Save your connection time

There is a new release of Offline Explorer Pro, the agent specialized in downloading web sites for later viewing, browsing or editing off-line. The new features in the 1.6.392 release include a handy Project Wizard, improved Site Map context menu for easy navigation on the loaded Web sites, better processing of HTML, Java scripts and applets, XML/XSL and Flash applets and autodetection of Proxy servers.

March-21
2001
Copernic: the 2001 version is here!

Copernic.com has launched the fifth generation of its metasearch tool, Copernic. The new 2001 version contains several new features and improvements including a new "Quick Search" bar, Web page previews and better integration of results translation features. In addition, it is now possible to launch Copernic Summarizer from within Copernic 2001 with the 'Summarize' button to obtain a summary instantly of any retrieved document.
The more powerful versions of the software, Copernic 2001 Plus and Copernic 2001 Pro, now offer access to more than 1000 information sources - 400 more than previous versions. 93 specialized search categories are now available.

March-21
2001
Microsoft® Outlook® Mobile Manager: Your mail client is calling you!

Microsoft® Outlook® Mobile Manager is a desktop PC application that extends the power, reach and functionality of the Microsoft Outlook messaging and collaboration client to a wide variety of mobile devices.
Mobile Manager uses a number of new technologies developed by Microsoft Research. Those technologies, which include context sensing, automated learning and reasoning, natural language processing, and customizable priority profiles, enable Mobile Manager to adapt to users in varying contexts to determine what information is most urgent and should be sent to their mobile device.

March-21
2001
NavRoad: grab the knowledge

A new release of NavRoad, the off-line browser designed for viewing HTML and web image files, is available. NavRoad now supports Frames, Tables, Forms, Meta Refresh, Background Music and Client Side Image Maps . You can listen to .wav format files with the built-in WAV player.

March-20
2001
Mobile agents for e-commerce

The Fifth International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized Systems (ISADS 2001) with an emphasis on electronic commerce will be held on March 26-28, 2001 at Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
ISADS 2001 will primarily focus on advancements and innovation in Autonomous Decentralized Systems concepts, technologies, and applications related to the increasingly important topic of Electronic Commerce.
The scope of discussions on ADS will include: Computer and communication architectures, intelligent network; Mobile agents and computer-supported cooperative works; Distributed software development and maintenance; Emergent control and robotic systems; etc.

March-20
2001
E.L.V.I.S: talk to the King!

Ask Elvis to play you a song! And don't forget to tell your friends that you have seen The King alive and well on the Internet! Elvis is an Alice clone.

March-20
2001
EPrompter: be alerted to new messages

EPrompter, the email notification utility that automatically checks up to eight password protected email accounts, has been updated. This new version includes a unique Rotating Tray Icon that shows the number of messages in each account. You can now choose from five screensavers to keep you informed of new messages.

March-19
2001
Napster: to be continued…

Napster is having difficulty applying the Court judgment to filter musical files protected by the copyright. Napster has so far managed to block 59.600 titles of the 135.000 titles provided by the majors. 95.000 of these are from Sony Music: " 50% of the list from Sony did not contain file names " said Napster, whereas the injunction required four elements for each file including the file name as located on Napster.
Meanwhile, PulseNewMedia, a Toronto company, has developed software that bypasses Napster's filters by modifying the file names so the files cannot be located any more by the filters.

March-19
2001
Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB'01) Convention

The AISB'01 convention will be held on 21st - 24th March 2001 at the University of York, United Kingdom. It is organised by the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (SSAISB), whose object is to promote the study of artificial intelligence, simulation of behaviour and the design of intelligent systems and to facilitate co-operation and communication among those interested in the study of artificial intelligence. The topics of the convention will be around Adaptive agents and multi-agent systems, Nonconscious intelligence, Information agents- Emotion, cognition and affective computing, etc.

March-19
2001
Dorothy: a drinking chatterbot!

Dorothy is a web based "chatbot" with a personality inspired by Dorothy Parker, Jazz Age poet and ultimate party girl! There's an empty bar stool next to her. Why don't you slide on over and see if you can start up a conversation? She is good at answering direct questions, but her vocabulary is a bit limited right now. Be gentle; if you confuse her too much she starts drinking!

March-16
2001
Novomind: nice to meet you!

With novomind IQ™ virtual personalities - IPI-agents (Interactive Personable Intelligent Agents) - can be developed who embody a personified interface between companies and customers. These IPI-agents are able to engage in natural, real-time conversation with a customer. By demonstrating human qualities and manners they convey credibility, a personal atmosphere and add the missing "human touch" to every Internet web site.

March-16
2001
FtpWolf: are you still looking for a file?

FtpWolf, the Internet file search utility, has been updated. Some bugs have been fixed in the new version. This agent can search, filter and compile the results from 26 FTP engines on the Internet and deliver the information to your browser for downloading.

March-16
2001
Lucy: an intelligent robot orangutan

Lucy Matilda is a robot baby orangutan, conceived during May 2000 by Cyberlife Research. When completed, Lucy will have a radically new kind of artificial brain. She will not be as smart as a human or ape baby of the same age, but she will learn for herself and she will have something that no robot has ever had before - an imagination.
March-15
2001
Ramona: let's interact!

Ramona is a photorealistic, interactive, lifelike avatar that you can converse with on the web. She can answer questions about KurzweilAI.net with a lifelike face, lip-synched speech and appropriate facial expressions. Ramona can explain thousands of the "thoughts" of "big thinkers" in AI, and her "Brain" is a visual map showing how each "thought" (browsable word or phrase) relates to other thoughts on the site. For the curious, she graciously answers questions about herself and her life story, including her burgeoning career as a virtual rock star.

March-15
2001
Dynamic Submission: make referencing your site easy?

Dynamic Submission 2000, the agent that helps you submit your web site to hundreds of major search engines and directories, has been updated. In this new version, you can edit or add your own search engines with the "Engine Data Builder" feature, or upload your files to your web server using the "FTP Upload Client".

March-15
2001
2nd Workshop on Physical Agents

The Spanish-Portuguese Workshop on Physical Agents intends to be a forum to allow the exchange of knowledge and experience related to agent concepts in physical contexts, mainly in control and autonomous robot coordination: robotics, mobile robots, industrial processes or complex systems. The topics covered include Multi-Agents Systems, Mobile Robotics, Micro Robotics, Physical Agents, etc.

March-14
2001
France Telecom Unveils Next-Generation Smart Scarf/Jacket

France Telecom announces the unveiling of a prototype of a next-generation smart scarf/jacket - the écharpe communicante - in Workspheres, a forward-looking design exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York . Conceived as a "second skin for communications" for the mobile worker of tomorrow, the écharpe has a long, detachable and interchangeable collar draped around the neck, equipped with built-in multimedia interfaces. These interfaces include a voice-activated cell phone, a webcam, and a touch screen to access email, the Internet, MP3 files, video conferencing and personally-selected video clips.

March-14
2001
Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems

The Symposium on Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems will be held on 22 - 23 March 2001 at University of York, United Kingdom. The goal of this symposium is to increase awareness and interest in adaptive agent research, encourage collaboration between Machine Learning experts and agent system experts, and give a representative overview of current research in the area of adaptive agents. The symposium will serve as an inclusive forum for the discussion on ongoing or completed work in both theoretical and practical issues.

March-14
2001
Alchemy Eye: monitor your server!

A new version of Alchemy Eye, the system management tool that continuously monitors server availability, is available. Many new features have been implemented. You can now run Alchemy Eye as a Windows Service under Windows NT/2000. If you used Alchemy Eye for a long time, the statistics file it maintains grew very quickly, and it took Alchemy Eye up to five minutes to generate a report. Now the program will truncate the statistics file to the user-defined value on the daily basis.

March-13
2001
TVeyes: monitor the TV

Type in a search word or phrase. The instant your requested word is spoken on a TV show, you will receive an e-mail alert with a brief transcript. You can then link to an extended transcript and even to the show's web site. You can create and maintain a list of keywords to be monitored.

March-13
2001
MP3 Star Searcher: MP3 on multiple search engines!

MP3 Star Searcher combines multiple separate search engines and gives you query results in an Explorer-like interface. It checks the results to avoid dead links. Once you find an active server, download the file you want with an FTP Client.

March-13
2001
PetFish: a new pet has arrived!

PetFish is a Virtual Fish which swims on your Windows desktop. Each fish has a unique personality and responds to your computer activities in a unique way. A new pet has been added to the family: Rockie. Rockie is a Rock Butterflyfish who likes to swim around your desktop with joy. He sometimes plays hide and seek on your desktop.

March-12
2001
Cyber Patrol: home filter update

Cyber Patrol is designed to offer an easy setup, maximum flexibility in management, and optimum filtering performance to ensure appropriate use of the Internet. In this new version the new user interface makes it easier to customize filtering levels and categories. It includes time setting features that manage time allowed on the Internet. The keyword filtering has been enhanced to allow even more control, including blocking descriptive search engine results.

March-12
2001
Diligent Dingo: fetches investment news!

The Diligent Dingo quickly and automatically fetches investment message boards, news, charts, company research, SEC filings, and general market research web pages. The new version 6.5 has been released and includes new features : you can now quick and easy add ticker for message board fetching, display all fetched messages in one web page and use the quick Chart fetching feature.

March-12
2001
Jet-Hits Plus: Web Promotion

Jet-Hits Plus 2000 Professional , the website referencing tool, has been updated. You can now submit your site to over 13,750 search engines, directories and link pages in minutes. The trial version includes free exclusive "secrets to high website traffic".

March-09
2001
Cli-Mate: what about the weather?

Cli-Mate is a simple and convenient way to receive up-to-date weather information on your desktop. The new version 1.6.2 has been released. Cli-Mate keeps on top of the weather situation near your home and further afield.

March-09
2001
NetBrilliant: metasearch updated and features removed!

NetBrilliant introduces a radical new way of looking at the web, from a human perspective. It is an environment in which you can interact with the Internet in an intuitive, simple, and very powerful way. A new version of this metasearch is available.
NetBrilliant used to support different file-sharing networks, in addition to an advanced Intelligent Download . These features have been removed. "[...]Our technology cannot be used to infringe upon copyrights extending over various digital media." said NetBrilliant.

March-09
2001
File Rogue: the new version is here

File Rogue allows unrestricted file sharing across the Internet. It allows you to create a personal "Catalogue" of files that you wish to share with other members of the File Rogue Community. The new version 1.65 has been released.

March-08
2001
Strategic Finder Server: your eye on the web

Strategic Finder Server is a server solution that provides an automated service for monitoring web pages to Intranet and Internet users. Users are alerted by e-mail, Intranet or SMS message as soon as a page is modified.
Strategic Finder Server uses the power of Strategic Finder, the metasearch engine developed by Digimind.

March-08
2001
Napster: to filter or not to filter, that is the question!

The federal judge Marilyn Hall Patel has given Napster until Friday March 9th to block access to musical files protected by the copyright. The majors of the Recording Industry Association (RIAA) have to continue indicating all the titles to be filtered on Napster, a list which already includes more than 5600 best-selling songs.
Napster has announced the launch of a subscription system from July 1st.

March-08
2001
AdFilter Professional: stop ads!

AdFilter, the software for removing advertisements from web pages, has been updated. Using an advanced filtering technology, AdFilter does not just look for banner-like images or links to a third party site. Using a variety of techniques, it analyzes the web page and makes a judgment on whether the content is an advertisement or promotion.

March-07
2001
Kismet: a sociable humanoid robot

A new range of application domains (domestic, entertainment, health care, etc.) are driving the development of robots that can interact and cooperate with people, and play a part in their daily lives. The Sociable Machines Project at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is developing an expressive anthropomorphic robot called Kismet that engages people in natural and expressive face-to-face interaction. It is inspired by infant social development, psychology, ethology theories and concepts, and can express calm, interest, sadness, happiness, disgust, anger and surprise.

March-07
2001
BlueTalk: the P2P client from Pocit Labs

BlueTalk is an intelligent peer-to-peer network client for handheld devices. The product, which is 100% Bluetooth-compliant, works with leading Bluetooth cards and stacks on the market. BlueTalk has the unique feature of automatically creating an ad hoc network between users and services as they meet. This network enables users to easily communicate with other users and electronic services in the vicinity without any need for external infrastructure.
The first version of the product is to be prereleased in June at the Bluetooth Congress 2001 in Monte Carlo.

March-07
2001
Robotics, home automation and disability

The 19th Conference on Physical Medicine and Readaptation (XXIXes Entretiens De Medecine Physique Et De Readaptation) began today at Montpellier (France). It will be held until March 9th.
One of the conferences will be on "Robotics, home automation and disability". It covers the development of "Handy the Robotic Aide To Independent Living", the robotics applied to recovering mobility, "non-manual" commands for wheelchairs, the history of home automation, robotics, etc.

March-06
2001
Eve Solal: a virtual creation

Eve Solal is 100% virtual, a 3D creation with her own personality. After law studies at the Sorbonne, Eve has had a variety of jobs, such as DJ at a French radio station, and is always on the look out for new opportunities. See films of her in action, and learn about her cool Parisian lifestyle.

March-06
2001
PriceMix: do you buy at the best price?

PriceMix is a comparison shopping agent that compares prices for video, audio, portable and office equipment.

March-06
2001
Splooge: Peer-to-Peer in action

Splooge is a P2P (Peer to Peer) media sharing application. You can share files of any type with anyone in the world. In order to find the specific file that you are looking for, you have to be a memember to have access to the Splooge central server.

March-05
2001
Speak & Mail: your computer talks to you!

Speak & Mail enables your computer to "talk to you". Speak & Mail will notify you when new mail arrives by reading the message header and contents according to your preferences.

March-05
2001
2001 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2001)

2001 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2001), Special Track on Coordination Models, Languages and Applications will be held at Las Vegas, NV, USA. 11-14 March, 2001. Major topics of interest include Novel models, languages, programming and implementation techniques; theoretical aspects (semantics, reasoning, verification); coordination of multi-agent systems (models, technologies and applications), including mobile and intelligent agents; coordination technologies and systems; etc.

March-05
2001
SpamEater: update your spam eating

SpamEater, e advanced spam filtering tool that will rid your mailbox of spam before you download it with your mail client software, has been updated. Some bugs have been fixed in this new version 3.10.260 RC1. SpamEater compares the information in the message with your valid e-mail addresses and against an extensive listing of known spammers.

March-02
2001
IntelliTrip: take off to the best price

Once you have registered, enter your flight information and in a single step IntelliTrip will search multiple airline Web sites and return their best fares. Comparison-shop the rates that airlines make available through their Web sites then buy direct.

March-02
2001
StoreScanner: the best prices are close to you

StoreScanner.com is a comprehensive product comparison shopping service, combining product comparison tools, online and local merchant catalogs, and geographic search tools. People in the USA can limit their search to merchants within a certain distance of their home. There is a selection of online product reviews.

March-01
2001
Speaking Calendar: enables your computer to "announce" your appointments

Speaking Calendar is a desktop calendar/appointment manager with a difference. MS Agent characters are used to announce and speak your appointments, alarms and the current date to you. You may set as many appointments or alarms as you wish with this calendar, there are no limits.

March-01
2001
Motorola teams with Creature Labs to create wireless A-Life!

Motorola Inc.'s (NYSE:MOT) Global Telecom Solutions Sector and Creature Labs have announced that the two companies are to jointly develop and market artificial life pet nurturing games that consumers can play with on data-enabled handsets connected to 2.5G and 3G cellular networks, including GPRS and UMTS.
The first offering is based upon the world famous Sea-Monkey® brand, although subsequent versions will be customized for individual customer requirements.

March-01
2001
Froggy: ask the frog for the weather!

Froggy is a very cute and clever weatherfrog. It is able to forecast the weather for every day and for over 700 cities world-wide. As soon as it lands on your PC, Froggy is ready to show you the latest weather forecasts for the city of your choice.

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