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January 2001. News and Events -Week 4-
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January
21-2002
Copernic Indexer

Copernic Indexer retrieves and indexes data wherever it is found: in your company's public or shared folders, on its intranets, on Microsoft Exchange servers, or on public Web sites. It supports HTML, PDF, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, WordPerfect and plain text files.
Copernic Indexer features summarizing technologies that dramatically improve index accuracy. It identifies a document's key concepts and then uses this information to rank the document's relevancy.

January
22-2002
KaZaA

After suspending downloads from its site last week, KaZaA has been bought by the Australian company Sharman Networks. The sale includes the KaZaA name, logo, web site and software, as well as a license for the FastTrack technology that powers KaZaA, Music City (Morpheus) and Grokster. Following this announcement, the file-sharing agent is once again available for downloading. Currently involved in a copyright case before the Dutch courts, whose verdict is due 31 January, will this buyout allow KaZaA to continue its development? We haven't heard the last of it yet...

January
23-2002
Email Spyder

Email Spyder provides the tools needed to successfully extract (targeted) email addresses from the Internet, search engines, text files, html files, mailbox files, databases or Web pages as quickly as possible. Extracting "just any old" email addresses is not enough for the majority of marketing, so Email Spyder provides the most advanced filtering capabilities ever designed, for highly targeted extraction.

January
24-2002
Your computer against Anthrax

The United Devices Anthrax Research Program uses three-dimensional modeling to analyze one of the protein components of the anthrax toxin with the goal of finding the molecules that will prevent anthrax from becoming lethal. Help this research program by sharing your computer resources..

January
25-2002
Humanitarian Peer to Peer

The United Devices Cancer Research Program was developed specifically to search for new drugs that can help in the treatment of leukemia and other cancers. It is part of the Intel® Philanthropic Peer-to-Peer Program, and was developed in conjunction with the National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) and Oxford University.

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