b>LONDON:/bTHE inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, used his keynote at the Nokia World conference to suggest that everyone in the world should be provided with a low-bandwidth connection by default.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Google Inc is tightening its privacy leash on employees in an effort to ensure they don't intrude on people while the Internet search leader collects and stores information about its users.
b>LOS ANGELES:/bNearly 50 years after the Beatles took television by storm, the Fab Four's songs are now available on iTunes, setting the stage for a possible new outbreak of Beatlemania - this one online.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Apple Inc's popular iPad is getting its strongest competition thus far as consumer-electronics manufacturers unveil Tablet computers with bigger screens, front-facing cameras for video chatting and more.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Semiconductor companies are whipping up a new generation of chips to bring richer video and better battery life to PCs and help the machines hold off threats from Tablets and increasingly powerful smartphones.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bBig Tablets and small Tablets, white ones and black ones. Cheap ones and expensive ones. Brand names famous and obscure at the starting line of a race where the iPad is already a speeding dot near the horizon.