Steven Spurgeon Staffwriter
Recently, a number of high-profile search engine companies complied with the Chinese government’s demands and began filtering out so-called inappropriate results. To get an idea of how vast these search engines are, let’s look at their statistics for last year.
Estimated searches per day in the U.S.:
Yahoo — 42 million
AOL — 93 million
Google — 112 millionNews | February 20, 2006
Professor makes model for less expensive wine
Turning water into wine? Not quite, but a CMU professor may soon be able to create $500 flavor in a $10 bottle of newly-fermented wine.News | February 6, 2006
As foreign car manufacturers continue to grow, are American companies starting to run on empty?
Chrysler’s net income for 2002:$5 billion
Chrysler’s net income for 2004: $3.3 billion
General Motors’ net income for 2002:$1.75 billion
General Motors’ net income for 2004: $3.6 billion
Toyota’s net income for 2002:$4.1 billion
Toyota’s net income for 2004:$11 billionNews | December 5, 2005
CIT hosts a successful first annual Clippership cruise event
Breakdancing first-years, deans ?getting down,? and a free iPod were all on the menu for the first-ever CIT Freshman Cruise, held November 11.News | November 21, 2005
Where are the shots?
The avian ?bird? flu spreading through Asia and Europe has started to worry scientists and politicians, who are becoming increasingly concerned about the virus?s possible effects on human health. More immediate, however, is the nationwide struggle to meet the demand for standard flu inoculations, and as Health Services at CMU begins its annual flu vaccination program, it too is feeling the increas...News | November 7, 2005