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If your office is like mine, the overall difficulty of doing business during the rough economy of the past two years is now compounded by something new: the war in Iraq .

Intel updates mobile technology work

TOKYO — Intel announced few surprises at its Intel Developer Forum Japan event on Thursday, instead choosing to give the Japanese audience a look at several technologies first disclosed at a U.S. event in February.

W3C boosts XML document referencing

Pointing to specific parts of XML documents is expected to become easier through a newly approved World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation, W3C announced on Tuesday. W3C issued its XML Pointer Language (XPointer) Recommendation, providing a lightweight, extensible model for identifying parts of XML documents. The recommendation step is the final, formal adoption stage at W3C. “What XPointer allows is for people to be able to point to different parts of an XML document,” said W3C spokeswoman Janet Daly. “You might want to be able to identify a section or fragment in a large document and you want to be able to link to it.”