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news·group

 (no͞oz′gro͞op′, nyo͞oz′-)
n.
An area on a computer network, especially the internet, devoted to the discussion of a specified topic: read messages posted to newsgroups that discuss pet cats.

newsgroup

(ˈnjuːzˌɡruːp)
n
(Computer Science) computing a forum where subscribers exchange information about a specific subject by electronic mail

news•group

(ˈnuzˌgrup, ˈnyuz-)
n.
a discussion group on a specific topic, maintained on a computer network.
[1985–90]

newsgroup

An area on the World Wide Web where people who have a particular interest in common communicate with one another, often with links to other websites.
Translations

newsgroup

[ˈnjuːzgruːp] N (on Internet) → grupo m de discusión, grupo m de noticias

newsgroup

[ˈnjuːzgruːp] n (on the Internet)forum m Internetnews headlines npltitres mpl de l'actualiténews item n (= piece of information) → information f (= short piece) → entrefilet m; (on TV)sujet m (court)
There was a news item about him → Il y avait un sujet sur lui aux actualités.
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While the number of news server users is falling off, traffic is rising rapidly due to video file downloads.
These provide the section headings for the 48 papers presented, which examine such topics as modeling and verification for the compatibility of software components, similarities and differences in information security systems versus critical information infrastructure protection systems, bandwidth control in redundant news server links, model-based automatic test generation for event-driven embedded systems using model checkers, crypto- computing approach to protecting interaction protocols of mobile agents from malicious host attack, and self-dual modules in design of dependable digital devices, to name a few examples.
Not only was the initial faux Dow "apology" the top story on Google's news server, but so was the real Dow's official denial--and so, too, was the Yes Men's faux Dow "retraction": "Dow's sole and unique responsibility is to its shareholders, and Dow CANNOT do anything that goes against its bottom line unless forced to by law.
According to the Finnish online news server Tietoviikko, the negotiations would concern the reduction of 76 work-years.
1, an Internet News Server for the Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP platforms, that allows individuals and companies with permanent Internet connections to provide a standards-based communications forum for friends, customers or other interested parties.
Serious pirates usually pay for a `premium' news server that retains posts for longer - essential when you consider that a feature-length film is anywhere from 100 to 200 megabytes in size and takes forever to download.
The case asks whether a technical provider can be held responsible for what customers from all over the world put on its news server, said Lyngtveidt.
The program connects to your Internet service provider's Usenet news server and then automatically collates a series of 'newsgroups' which contain various pictures.
As a server, Red Hat Linux can be used as a Web server, e-mail, DNS server or news server, and can be configured for multiple sites and virtual hosting.
31) The Usenet system is a worldwide distributed message database consisting of approximately 200,000 servers connected to each other in a "peer-to-peer" arrangement; each news server has one or more "peers" with which it exchanges information.
As feeds are received by the BZN-3000 news server system, each item is mirror recorded at a lower resolution in Sony's ClipServer System.