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1995 - DOT COM CRAZE STARTS - A number of Net related companies go public, with Netscape leading the pack with the 3rd largest ever NASDAQ IPO share value
1995 - FEES FOR DOMAIN STARTS - Registration of domain names is no longer free. A $50 annual fee has been imposed, which up until now was subsidized by NSF
1995 - CompuServe, America On-line, Prodigy begin to provide Internet access #1995Comp
1995 - Originally code-named "Chicago," Windows 95 features a new user interface and a "plug and play" design that makes hardware setup automatic #1995Originallycode
1995 - Microsoft and Intuit Inc. announce that they have agreed to terminate their planned merger
1995 - Microsoft celebrates its 20th birthday
1995 - The U.S. Court of Appeals reinstates a 1994 antitrust settlement between Microsoft and the Justice Department that was rejected by U.S. District Judge Stanley Sporkin in February 1995
1995 - The Chinese State Bureau of Technology Supervision (CSBTS) and the Chinese Ministry of Electronics Industry (MEI) announce that they have signed an agreement with Microsoft to standardize the Chinese version of Microsoft Windows 95 as the software development standard for The People's Republic of China
1996 - One of the original Alexanderson alternators at the museum set up in Gremton, Sweden, was turned on during the 80th anniversary celebration
1996 - IdeaLab Founded by entrepreneur Bill Gross, in Pasadena, California. IdeaLab's mission is to turn innovative ideas into successful technology businesses
1996 - U.S. Communications Decency Act (CDA) becomes law in the U.S. in order to prohibit distribution of indecent materials over the Net
1996 - WMNF: Went on-line, Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation, Inc., is a nonprofit organization established solely to operate WMNF Community Radio
1996 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996 U.S. Communications Policy Legislation. The first successful attempt to rewrite the sixty-two year old Communications Act of 1934
1996 - Apple announces plans to acquire Steve Jobs' Next Software Inc. for $400 million, reuniting the former co-founder with the company
1996 - Top 10 Domains by Host #: com, edu, net, uk, de, jp, us, mil, ca, au

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1996 - VATS Dial Tone System Established and Firewire Media incorporated in Nevada. The systems was the forerunner of DSL
1997 - AL GORE coins the phrase "information highway" / CHINA EXPO 1997. The TROY CORY / DIAMOND AIRCRAFT
1997 - Kyoto. The treaty was negotiated in Kyoto, Japan in December 1997, opened for signature on March 16, 1998, and closed on March 15, 1999. The agreement came into force February 16, 2005 following ratification by Russia on November 18, 2004
1997 - Internet Explorer 4.0 The ultimate Internet solution. Internet Explorer is designed to take advantage of the latest Internet technologies available
1997 - The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is established to handle administration and registration of IP numbers to the geographical areas currently handled by Network Solutions (InterNIC), starting March 1998
1997 - Steve Jobs and Bill Gates shares technology agreement between Apple and Microsoft. The agreement includes the production of future versions of Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and other Microsoft tools for the Macintosh; the bundling of Internet Explorer with the Mac OS
1997 - U.S. vs Microsoft. The Justice Department filed a motion in Federal District Court, alleging that Microsoft had violated a 1994 consent decree dealing with certain aspects of licensing the Windows operating system to computer manufacturers
1998 - Electronic postal stamps become a reality, with the U.S. Postal Service allowing stamps to be purchased and downloaded for printing from the Web
1998 - Digital Millennium Copyright Act becomes law, giving copyright holders new tools to battle online piracy
1998 - Smart90.com: Went on-line, TeleKey Group / VRA TelePlay Pictures. Introduces Video on Demand (VOD)
1999 - AT&T acquires TCI, the second largest cable company in the United States. TCI becomes AT&T Broadband
1999 - Napster debuts, introducing peer-to-peer file sharing to the masses
1999 - The first version of Wi-Fi, finalized, sent data at 11 megabits a second
1999 - DSL Commenced. SAVVIS Communications will resell Rhythms NetConnections' DSL access lines to business customers in 10 major U.S. markets
1999 - Recording Industry Assn. of America sues Napster Inc. for copyright infringement
1999 - LookRadio.com: Went on-line
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1995 - FEES FOR DOMAIN STARTS - Registration of domain names is no longer free. Beginning 14 September, a $50 annual fee has been imposed, which up until now was subsidized by NSF. NSF continues to pay for .edu registration, and on an interim basis for .gov; The Vatican comes on-line (http://www.vatican.va/); The Canadian Government comes on-line (http://canada.gc.ca/); Operation Home Front connects, for the first time, soldiers in the field with their families back home via the Internet.
1995 - Apple launches a new line of laptop computers but is forced to recall them after two models burst into flames. While other computer makers are cashing in on the PC craze, a shortage of components keeps Apple customers waiting.
1995 - CompuServe, America On-line, Prodigy begin to provide Internet access.
1995 - The Wall Street Journal begins publishing an online electronic supplement to its Money & Investing section, called "Money & Investing Update." It would be known as "The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition" when it was introduced the following year and to become what it is known as today -- The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com.
1995 - On September 20, AT&T announces that it is restructuring into three separate companies: a services company, retaining the AT&T name; a products and systems company (later named Lucent Technologies) and a computer company (which reassumed the NCR name). Lucent is spun off in October 1996, and NCR in December, 1996.
1995 - Originally code-named "Chicago", Windows 95 -the latest version of Windows- features a new user interface and a "plug and play" design that makes hardware setup automatic. Microsoft and Intuit abandon their planned merger.
1995 - Microsoft celebrates its 20th birthday.
1995 - The first broadcast station in the expanded band signs on. WJDM - Elizabeth NJ at 1660 kHz. The average U.S. home has 5.6 radio receivers. There are an estimated 584,900,000 radio receivers in use. The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) begins introductory DAB service.
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1995 - The first digital cell phones (rolled out in the U.S. in 1995) increased a carrier's capacity roughly sixfold; today's models have more than tripled that result.
1995 0322 - Microsoft and DreamWorks SKG announce that they have signed a joint-venture agreement to form a new software company designed to produce interactive and multimedia entertainment properties. Initially to be called DreamWorks Interactive, the newly formed company was announced jointly by Bill Gates and Patty Stonesifer, and DreamWorks principals Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen.
1995 0520 Microsoft and Intuit Inc. announce that they have agreed to terminate their planned merger. Rather than appeal and pursue months of litigation with the Justice Department at the trial and appellate court levels.
1995 0616 - The U.S. Court of Appeals reinstates a 1994 antitrust settlement between Microsoft and the Justice Department that was rejected by U.S. District Judge Stanley Sporkin in February 1995.
1995 0920 - The Chinese State Bureau of Technology Supervision (CSBTS) and the Chinese Ministry of Electronics Industry (MEI) announce that they have signed an agreement with Microsoft to standardize the Chinese version of Microsoft Windows 95 as the software development standard for The People's Republic of China.
1995 1120 - Microsoft announces that MSN: The Microsoft Network, has enrolled more than 525,000 members in its first three months of service. With the majority of members using MSN's full Internet access, this makes MSN one of the largest Internet service providers.
1995 12 - Country domains registered - Ethiopia (ET), Cote d'Ivoire (CI), Cook Islands (CK) Cayman Islands (KY), Anguilla (AI), Gibraltar (GI), Vatican (VA), Kiribati (KI), Kyrgyzstan (KG), Madagascar (MG), Mauritius (MU), Micronesia (FM), Monaco (MC), Mongolia (MN), Nepal (NP), Nigeria (NG), Western Samoa (WS), San Marino (SM), Tanzania (TZ), Tonga (TO), Uganda (UG), Vanuatu (VU); Top 10 Domains by Host #: com, edu, net, gov, mil, org, de, uk, ca, au; Technologies of the Year: WWW, BROWSERS, Search engines; Emerging Technologies: Mobile code (JAVA, JAVAscript), Virtual environments (VRML), Collaborative tools; Hacks of the Year: The Spot (Jun 12), Hackers Movie Page (12 Aug).
1995 12 - Internet Top Ideas: Sun launches JAVA on May 23; RealAudio, an audio streaming technology, lets the Net hear in near real-time; Radio HK, the first commercial 24 hr., Internet-only radio station starts broadcasting; DIAL UP LINES - AOL - Traditional on-line dial-up systems (CompuServe, America Online, Prodigy) begin to provide Internet access.

1995 1214 - Microsoft and NBC announce that they have entered into a 50/50 partnership to create two new businesses -- a 24-hour news and information channel and an interactive on-line news service distributed on MSN: The Microsoft Network. MSNBC Cable will debut within six months with 24-hour news programming through NBC's existing America's Talking distribution.
1996 - Digital Audio Broadcasting begins in Sweden from four transmitters utilizing Eureka 147.
1996al - One of the original Alexanderson alternators at the museum set up in Gremton, Sweden, was turned on during the 80th anniversary celebration. The station worked just it as it did in 1916, and transmitted signals back to the U.S. Alexanderson was honored posthumously, when he was elected, for his invention of the high-frequency alternator, to join the ranks of distinguished inventors in the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1983.
1996 - IdeaLab Founded by entrepreneur Bill Gross, in Pasadena, California. IdeaLab's mission is to turn innovative ideas into successful technology businesses. Once an idea is prototyped, IdeaLab shares with its operating companies its market-tested knowledge, operational support and strategic guidance. *(See Footnote.) *.
1996 - Microsoft enters marketplace with 12.8 Million Hosts, 0.5 Million WWW Sites. Internet phones catch the attention of U.S. telecommunication companies who ask the U.S. Congress to ban the technology (which has been around for years) -- The WWW browser war begins -- between Netscape and Microsoft.
1996 - Net Solutions - 9,272 organizations, drops domain customers, after the InterNIC drops their name service as a result of not having paid their domain name fee;
1996 - U.S. Communications Decency Act (CDA) becomes law in the U.S. in order to prohibit distribution of indecent materials over the Net. A few months later a three-judge panel imposes an injunction against its enforcement. Supreme Court unanimously rules most of it unconstitutional in 1997.
1996 - Various ISPs suffer extended service outages, bringing into question whether they will be able to handle the growing number of users. AOL (19 hours), Netcom (13 hours), ATWorldNet (28 hours - email only); Domain name tv.com sold to CNET for US$15,000.
1996 - Windows NT and the family of BackOffice products are designed for the most demanding business uses.
1996 - World Telecommunication Policy Forum (WTPF). The first WTPF was held in Geneva in 1996 on the theme of global mobile personal communications by satellite, the second in Geneva in 1998, on trade in telecommunication services, and the third in 2001, also in Geneva, on Internet Protocol (IP).
1996 - Kerkorian reacquires MGM and UA for $1.3 billion.
1996 02 - NBS - WMNF: Went on-line, 21-Feb-1996 Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation, Inc., is a nonprofit organization established solely to operate WMNF Community Radio. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1996 02 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996 U.S. Communications Policy Legislation. The Telecommunications Act of 1996, the first successful attempt to rewrite the sixty-two year old Communications Act of 1934, was passed on 1 February 1996. The act refocuses federal communications policymaking after years of confused, multi-agency and intergovernmental attempts to regulate and make sense of a burgeoning telecommunications industry; The bill relies on increased competition for development of new services in broadcasting and cable, telecommunications, information and video services while it reasserts Congress' leadership role as the dominant communications policymaker.
1996 04 - WWW browser war - fought primarily between Netscape and Microsoft, has rushed in a new age in software development, whereby new releases are made quarterly with the help of Internet users eager to test upcoming (beta) versions.
1996 12 - Apple announces plans to acquire Steve Jobs' Next Software Inc. for $400 million, reuniting the former co-founder with the company.
1996 12 - Country domains registered: Qatar (QA), Central African Republic (CF), Oman (OM), Norfolk Island (NF), Tuvalu (TV), French Polynesia (PF), Syria (SY), Aruba (AW), Cambodia (KH), French Guiana (GF), Eritrea (ER), Cape Verde (CV), Burundi (BI), Benin (BJ) Bosnia-Herzegovina (BA), Andorra (AD), Guadeloupe (GP), Guernsey (GG), Isle of Man (IM), Jersey (JE), Lao (LA), Maldives (MV), Marshall Islands (MH), Mauritania (MR), Northern Mariana Islands (MP), Rwanda (RW), Togo (TG), Yemen (YE), Zaire (ZR).
1996 12 - Top 10 Domains by Host #: com, edu, net, uk, de, jp, us, mil, ca, au; Hacks of the Year: U.S. Dept. of Justice (17 Aug), CIA (19 Sep), Air Force (29 Dec), UK Labour Party (6 Dec), NASA DDCSOL - USAFE - U.S. Air Force (30 Dec); Technologies of the Year: Search engines, JAVA, Internet Phone; Emerging Technologies: Virtual environments (VRML), Collaborative tools, Internet appliance (Network Computer).
1996s 01 - VATS Dial Tone System Established and Firewire Media incorporated in Nevada. The systems was the forerunner of DSL. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology developed in China. VATS is the acronym for Video, Audio, Text and Smell streaming over the Internet. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Provides a mechanism for streaming and accessing information on the Internet at 7200 ps. Firewire is the HotSpot invented and patented by N.B. Stubblefield in 1898. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1996s 04 - VATS Dial Tone Introduced at NAB - is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. VATS works in conjunction with "Firewire" HotSpot technology for the Internet.
1997 - Al Gore U.S.A. Trade Group To China. Coins the phrase "information highway." CLICK TO SEE A SEGMENT OF THE HONG KONG TRIAD
1997 - CHINA EXPO 1997. The TROY CORY HT "Splash" tv/stage show, and CHINA EXPO 1997 - GPI Trade tour. The stage show and ChinaExpo 2000A.D Trade Tour took the Delegates to Beijing • Shanghai • Quendua • Hong Kong. The program was featured on CCTV during the Hong Kong festivities in 1997". - CLICK MORE ABOUT NEW CHINA EXPO 2000 TRADE AGREEMENT WITH DIAMOND AIRCRAFT - May 1997 to Sept. 2005.
1997 - CLICK TO SEE A SEGMENT OF THE HONG KONG TRIAD - JOCKEY CLUB SEGMENT. -- MORE STORY.

1997 0315 - The TROY CORY SHOW, Travels to China to document the freedom of filming on the streets of Beijing, Qingdao, (Tsingtao, the home of Tsingtao Beer fame) and Hong Cong -- to open the door for President Clinton's and Vice President Gore's visit to China. The show was produced by Wayne Gan and China Expo 2000AD. CLICK FOR MORE MOVIE STORY
1997 - January 1st the E.A.S. Emergency Alert System goes 'on-line' in broadcast stations - replacing the aging technology of the E.B.S. - the Emergency Broadcasting System. The FCC issues only two licenses for Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) - by Auction! Only the four original applicants from 1992 - are allowed to bid. American Mobile Radio Corporation and Satellite CD Radio, Inc. are the winners. In comments on the action, the FCC said it "could not entirely rule out the possibility of a major adverse impact" to traditional local broadcasters.
1997 - CNBC, an alliance between Dow Jones and NBC Universal, is founded.
1997 - Kyoto. The treaty was negotiated in Kyoto, Japan in December 1997, opened for signature on March 16, 1998, and closed on March 15, 1999. The agreement came into force on February 16, 2005 following ratification by Russia on November 18, 2004.
••• The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change is an amendment to the International Treaty on climate change assigning mandatory targets for the reducton of greenhouse gas emissions to signatory nations.
••• Countries that ratify this protocol commit to reduce their emissions of carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases, or engage in emissions trading if they maintain or increase emissions of these gases.
1997 01 - Internet Explorer 4.0 The ultimate Internet solution. Internet Explorer is designed to take advantage of the latest Internet technologies available.
1997 01 - U.S. Communications Decency Act (CDA) Supreme Court unanimously rules most of it unconstitutional in 1997.
1997 03 - The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is established to handle administration and registration of IP numbers to the geographical areas currently handled by Network Solutions (InterNIC), starting March 1998; Early in the morning of 17 July, human error at Network Solutions causes the DNS table for .com and .net domains to become corrupted, making millions of systems unreachable.
1997 04 - Microsoft signs an agreement to acquire WebTV Networks for approximately $425,000,000 in stock and cash. WebTV Networks offers a complete system that provides consumers access to the Internet via television.
1997 04 - Nullsoft released Winamp, the first popular MP3 player for Windows computers.
1997 - On This Day July 1, 1997 - Hong Kong handed over Regions and territories - Hong Kong.
1997 0701 - Celebrations at the Hollywood Bowl and Universal Hilton on the night of June 30 mark Hong Kong's return to Chinese control.
1997 0219 - Deng Xiaoping dies, aged 92. On February 19, 1997, at age 92 from a lung infection and Parkinson's disease, but his influence continued. Even though Jiang Zemin was in firm control, government policies still followed Deng's ideas, thoughts, methods, and direction. The Central Government called Deng the "Great Marxist, Great Proletarian Revolutionary, statesman, militarist, diplomat; one of the main leaders of the Communist Party of China, the People's Liberation Army of China, and the People's Republic of China; The great architect of China's socialist opening-up and modernized construction; the founder of Deng Xiaoping theory".
1997 07 - Steve Jobs and Bill Gates shares technology agreement between Apple and Microsoft. The agreement includes the production of future versions of Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and other Microsoft tools for the Macintosh; the bundling of Internet Explorer with the Mac OS; a broad patent cross-licensing agreement for leading-edge Mac technologies; and a $150 million investment in Apple by Microsoft.
1997 08 - Microsoft invests 150 millions in Apple shares and helps to develop and run the Microsoft O/S on Apple PC.
1997 10 - U.S. vs Microsoft. The Justice Department filed a motion in Federal District Court, alleging that Microsoft had violated a 1994 consent decree dealing with certain aspects of licensing the Windows operating system to computer manufacturers.
1997 12 - Country domains registered: Falkland Islands (FK) to DR of Congo (CD). *(SeeFootnote *.
1997 12 - Top 10 Domains by Host #: com, edu, net, jp, uk, de, us, au, ca, mil; Hacks of the Year: Indonesian Govt (19 Jan, 10 Feb, 24 Apr, 30 Jun, 22 Nov), NASA (5 Mar), UK Conservative Party (27 Apr), Spice Girls (14 Nov).
1998 - Apple become profitable again.
1998 - Network Solutions registers its 2 millionth domain on 30 May
1998 - Electronic postal stamps become a reality, with the U.S. Postal Service allowing stamps to be purchased and downloaded for printing from the Web; Compaq pays US$3.3million for Altavista.com; CDA II and a ban on Net taxes are signed into U.S. law (21 October); Country domains registered: Nauru (NR), Comoros (KM).
1998 - WINDOWS CE--Smarter & Better Devices. With the 1997 introduction of the hand-held PC (HP/C), Windows CE products continue to expand with the introduction of new devices and updated OS versions and applications.
1998 06 - U.S. Depart of Commerce (DoC) releases the Green Paper outlining its plan to privatize DNS on 30 January. This is followed up by a White Paper on June 5.
1998 10 - Digital Millennium Copyright Act becomes law, giving copyright holders new tools to battle online piracy.
1998 12 - Internet Top Ideas: Bandwidth Generators: Winter Olympics (Feb), World Cup (Jun-Jul), Starr Report (11 Sep), Glenn space launch; Top 10 - Domains by Host #: com, net, edu, mil, jp, us, uk ,de, ca, au; Hacks of the Year: U.S. Dept of Commerce (20 Feb), New York Times (13 Sep), China Society for Human Rights Studies (26 Oct), UNICEF (7 Jan); Technologies of the Year: E-Commerce, E-Auctions, Portals; Emerging Technologies: E-Trade, XML, Intrusion Detection.
1998 - TROY CORY SHOW - CHINA EXPO 1998 HT CONCERT. -- MORE STORY.
1998s - Smart90.com: Went on-line, 26-May-1998. TeleKey Group / VRA TelePlay Pictures. Introduces Video on Demand (VOD). *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1999 - AT&T acquires TCI, the second largest cable company in the United States. TCI becomes AT&T Broadband. The following year, AT&T Broadband acquires cable company MediaOne, and becomes the largest cable company in the United States.
1999 - AT&T announces general availability of its local residential telephone service in New York with a bundled plan called "AT&T Local One Rate New York." This is AT&T's first general reentry into the consumer local telephone business since the break up of the Bell System. It occurs under the provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
1999 - Internet access becomes available to the Saudi Arabian (.sa) public in January; US State Court rules that domain names are property that may be garnished; MCI/Worldcom, the vBNS provider for NSF, begins upgrading the U.S. backbone to 2.5GBps; Free computers are all the rage (as long as you sign a long term contract for Net service); .ps is registered to Palestine (11 Oct); business.com is sold for US$7.5million (it was purchased in 1997 for US$150,000 (30 Nov).
1999 - Napster debuts, introducing peer-to-peer file sharing to the masses.
1999 - The first version of Wi-Fi, finalized in 1999, sent data at 11 megabits a second.
1999 06 - DSL Commenced. SAVVIS Communications will resell Rhythms NetConnections' DSL access lines to business customers in 10 major U.S. markets. The partnership provides last mile connectivity for SAVVIS unique PrivateNAP Internet architecture. Rhythms has previously signed deals with Qwest, which made a $15 million equity investment in the company prior to its April IPO. In January, MCI WorldCom made a $30 million minority equity investment in Rhythms and agreed to purchase 100,000 lines of DSL-based services from the Englewood, Colorado-based firm. This deal also designated MCI WorldCom as Rhythms' preferred network provider for backbone and metro transport services. Rhythms' technical alliances include Paradyne for DSL modems, DSLAMs and ATU- Rs; Alcatel/Xylan for concentrators; and Cisco Systems for ATM backbone switches.
1999 12 - Recording Industry Assn. of America sues Napster Inc. for copyright infringement.
1999 12 - Top 10 TLDs by Host #: com, net, edu, jp, uk, mil, us, de, ca, au; Hacks of the Year: Star Wars (8 Jan), .tp (Jan), USIA (23 Jan), E-Bay (13 Mar), U.S. Senate (27 May), NSI (2 Jul), Paraguay Govt (20 Jul), AntiOnline (5 Aug), Microsoft (26 Oct), UK Railtrack (31 Dec); Technologies of the Year: E-Trade, Online Banking, MP3; Emerging Technologies: Net-Cell Phones, Thin Computing, Embedded Computing; Viruses of the Year: Melissa (March), ExploreZip (June)
1999s 08 - LookRadio.com: Went on-line, 09-Aug-1999. TeleKey Group / TVImagazine. Video on Demand (VOD). *NBSWiTel™©AFact
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