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31-05-2009, 02:50:02

What To Do With 78 USB Drives Next Christmas?

What To Do With 78 USB Drives Next Christmas?ArfBrookwood writes "Every year, I write a Christmas Letter and send it to about 50 people, and every year, it's different. One year it was just the word blah blah blah over and over with keywords, one year I made papercraft wallets w...
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31-05-2009, 00:50:03

Palm Pre Reviewed

Palm Pre Reviewedmlingojones writes "The Palm Pre doesn't come out until June 6th, but the Boy Genius Report not only got their hands on one but also posted a review of it. They liked webOS, but not the hardware (especially the keyboard). Overall, they feel that 'once people are...
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30-05-2009, 22:50:09

PSP Go With 16GB Memory and Bluetooth Leaked

PSP Go With 16GB Memory and Bluetooth LeakedLyonhrt writes "Engadget and Gizmodo have spilled the beans on the news of the new UMD-less PSP Go that comes with 16GB of memory and a slide screen; also among the features will be built-in Bluetooth and and an undisclosed memory slot...
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30-05-2009, 20:50:03

L0phtCrack (v6) Rises Again

L0phtCrack (v6) Rises AgainFyreWyr writes "L0phtCrack — now 12 years old — used to be a security 'tool of choice' for black hats, pen-testers, and security auditors alike — that is, until it was sold by L0pht to @stake, then Symantec, to be released and subsequ...
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30-05-2009, 18:50:03

How Common Is Scientific Misconduct?

How Common Is Scientific Misconduct?Hugh Pickens writes "The image of scientists as objective seekers of truth is periodically jeopardized by the discovery of a major scientific fraud. Recent scandals like Hwang Woo-Suk's fake stem-cell lines or Jan Hendrik Schön's duplicated gr...
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30-05-2009, 16:50:03

New Mac Clone Maker 'Quo' To Open Retail Store

New Mac Clone Maker 'Quo' To Open Retail Storebughunter writes "Cnet is reporting that Mac clone maker Quo Computer plans to open its first retail location, selling Mac clones, on June 1st. To start, Quo will offer three desktop systems: the Life Q, Pro Q, and Max Q. While detai...
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30-05-2009, 14:50:06

Developer Creates DIY 8-Bit CPU

Developer Creates DIY 8-Bit CPUMaizeMan writes "Not for the easily distracted: a Belmont software developer's hand-built CPU was featured in Wired recently. Starting with a $50 wire wrap board, Steve Chamberlin built his CPU with 1253 pieces of wire, each wire wrapped by hand at...
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30-05-2009, 12:50:03

Google Adds Scripting Capabilities To Google Docs

Google Adds Scripting Capabilities To Google Docssnydeq writes "Google will add scripting capabilities to Google Docs, allowing organizations to customize its online applications and automate tasks. Google plans to sign up about 1,000 customers over the next few weeks to test th...
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30-05-2009, 06:50:02

SOE Pulls the Plug On The Matrix Online

SOE Pulls the Plug On The Matrix OnlineYesterday, Sony Online Entertainment representative Daniel Myers announced that The Matrix Online will be shut down on July 31st. The game launched in 2005 after several delays and false starts, and shortly thereafter SOE bought the rights ...
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30-05-2009, 04:50:01

Microsoft Kills 3-App Limit For Windows 7 Starter Edition

Microsoft Kills 3-App Limit For Windows 7 Starter EditionChabil Ha' writes "Heard the rumors that the much-maligned Windows 7 Starter Edition would be able to run more than three concurrent applications? Today, the Windows team made it official: 'Based on the feedback we've rece...
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30-05-2009, 02:50:01

Time Warner Confirms Split With AOL

Time Warner Confirms Split With AOLausekilis writes "Many outlets are reporting that Time Warner has confirmed plans to spin off AOL. All that's left to deal with are a few financial hurdles, such as buying out Google's 5% stake in AOL. The interesting part of the story is that ...
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30-05-2009, 00:50:02

Credit Crunch Squeezing Data Center Space

Credit Crunch Squeezing Data Center Spacemiller60 writes "Many companies have saved money by leasing wholesale 'plug and play' data center space instead of building their own facilities. But the credit crunch has slowed the construction of new data centers, and analysts say this...
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29-05-2009, 22:50:02

Supreme Court Nominee Sotomayor's Cyberlaw Record

Supreme Court Nominee Sotomayor's Cyberlaw RecordHugh Pickens writes "Thomas O'Toole writes that President Obama's choice for Associate Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, authored several cyberlaw opinions regarding online contracting law, domain names, and computer privacy...
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29-05-2009, 20:50:05

ASUS Designs Monster Dual-GTX285 4GB Graphics Card

ASUS Designs Monster Dual-GTX285 4GB Graphics Cardsuraj.sun writes to mention that ASUS has just designed their own monster graphics card based on the GeForce GTX 295. While the card retains the GeForce GTX 295 name, same device ID, and remains compatible with existing NVIDIA dr...
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29-05-2009, 18:50:02

Hulu Testing Client App; Boxee Dispute Explained

Hulu Testing Client App; Boxee Dispute ExplainedN!NJA sends in word of Hulu's new beta section, Hulu Labs, which is now showcasing Hulu Desktop, a client that runs on both Windows and Mac. The author believes that Hulu Desktop explains why Hulu has been so touchy about Boxee. "T...
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29-05-2009, 14:50:04

Empirical Study Shows DRM Encourages Infringement

Empirical Study Shows DRM Encourages InfringementHucko writes "Ars Technica has a story about a study by Cambridge law professor Patricia Akester that suggests (declares?) that DRM and its ilk does persuade citizens to infringe copyright and circumvent authors' protections. The ...
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29-05-2009, 12:50:04

French Fusion Experiment Delayed Until 2025 or Beyond

French Fusion Experiment Delayed Until 2025 or BeyondAn anonymous reader writes "The old joke is that fusion is the power of the future and always will be. But it's not looking so funny for ITER, an EU10 billion fusion experiment in France. According to Nature News, ITER will no...
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29-05-2009, 10:50:03

Xbox To Get Live TV and Massive VOD Update

Xbox To Get Live TV and Massive VOD UpdateCNETNate writes "It's a global first for Microsoft, and massive news for Xbox owners. Redmond and the largest pay TV service in the UK — Sky, owned in part by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp — has tied a deal that brings simulcast...
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29-05-2009, 06:50:02

Wikipedia Bans Church of Scientology

Wikipedia Bans Church of ScientologyEl Reg writes "Showing a new-found resolve to crack down on self-serving edits, Wikipedia has banned contributions from all IP addresses owned or operated by the Church of Scientology. According to Wikipedia administrators, this marks the firs...
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29-05-2009, 04:50:02

Wikipedia Bans Church of Scientology

Wikipedia Bans Church of ScientologyEl Reg writes "Showing a new-found resolve to crack down on self-serving edits, Wikipedia has banned contributions from all IPs addresses owned or operated by the Church of Scientology. According to Wikipedia administrators, this marks the fir...
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29-05-2009, 02:50:01

Homeland Security To Scan Citizens Exiting US

Homeland Security To Scan Citizens Exiting USAn anonymous reader writes "The US Department of Homeland Security is set to kickstart a controversial new pilot to scan the fingerprints of travellers departing the United States. From June, US Customs and Border Patrol will take a f...
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29-05-2009, 00:50:01

Customer Resource Management For Non-Profits?

Customer Resource Management For Non-Profits?NoTerminal writes "My 60-person non-profit organization is looking for a tool or set of tools to keep track of our donors and contacts. A perfect solution will either replace or gracefully synchronize with Outlook's contacts module, a...
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28-05-2009, 22:50:02

Hackers Breached US Army Servers

Hackers Breached US Army ServersAn anonymous reader writes "A Turkish hacking ring has broken into 2 sensitive U.S. Army servers, according to a new investigation uncovered by InformationWeek. The hackers, who go by the name 'm0sted' and are based in Turkey, penetrated servers a...
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Slashdot
28-05-2009, 20:50:02

45-Year-Old Modem Used To Surf the Web

45-Year-Old Modem Used To Surf the WebEdIII writes with this awesome snippet from Hack a Day: "'[phreakmonkey] got his hands on a great piece of old tech. It's a 1964 Livermore Data Systems Model A Acoustic Coupler Modem. He recieved it in 1989 and recently decided to see if it ...
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28-05-2009, 18:50:02

Mozilla Jetpack and the Battle For the Web

Mozilla Jetpack and the Battle For the Websnydeq writes "Mozilla Jetpack makes it so easy to filter, modify, and mash up pages that it might end up pitting developers and users against content producers in a battle for the Web, writes Fatal Exception's Neil McAllister. By allowi...
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Slashdot
28-05-2009, 16:50:03

KOffice 2.0.0 Now Open For Firefox-Like Extensions

KOffice 2.0.0 Now Open For Firefox-Like Extensionsjakeb writes "After a massive three-year development effort KOffice 2.0.0 has been released (packages for Kubuntu are available) aiming to be a lightweight, cross-platform office suite that supports third-party apps and extension...
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28-05-2009, 14:50:03

Asus Slaps Linux In the Face

Asus Slaps Linux In the Facevigmeister writes "From Techgeist, 'Linux just got a major slap in the face today from Asus. One of the highlights of Linux going mainstream was the wildly popular Asus Eee PC preinstalled with a customized Linux distro geared towards web applications...
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28-05-2009, 08:50:01

Data Breach Exposes RAF Staff To Blackmail

Data Breach Exposes RAF Staff To BlackmailYehuda writes "Wired reports, 'Yet another breach of sensitive, unencrypted data is making news in the United Kingdom. This time the breach puts Royal Air Force staff at serious risk of being targeted for blackmail by foreign intelligenc...
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Slashdot
28-05-2009, 04:50:02

Revived LHC Could Run Through the Winter

Revived LHC Could Run Through the WinterJack Spine writes "When you are powering nuclear particle beams that could drill a hole through 30 metres of copper, you don't want to be paying a premium for electricity. However, Cern scientists are determined that the delayed experiment...
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28-05-2009, 02:50:02

High-Tech Start-Ups Put Down Roots In New Soil

High-Tech Start-Ups Put Down Roots In New SoilThousandStars writes "The Wall Street Journal says that 'High-tech start-ups are increasingly setting up shop in places previously not known for attracting high-tech firms. A number of cities, such as Kalamazoo, Mich., and Toledo, Oh...
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Slashdot
28-05-2009, 00:50:02

SATA 3.0 Released Paves the Way To 6Gb/sec Devices

SATA 3.0 Released Paves the Way To 6Gb/sec DevicesAn anonymous reader writes "The Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) has just released the new Serial ATA Revision 3.0 specification. With the new 3.0 specification, the path has been paved to enable future devices to ...
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Slashdot
27-05-2009, 22:50:02

Using WiMAX To Replace a Phone?

Using WiMAX To Replace a Phone?vigmeister writes "I've decided to explore the possibility of using a netbook/MID as a phone while eschewing the services of a cellphone provider. Now that Atlanta (where I live) has WiMAX from Clear, I ought to be connected everywhere within the c...
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27-05-2009, 20:50:02

Beginning Python Visualization

Beginning Python Visualizationaceydacey writes "Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Beginning Python Visualization: Creating Visual Transformation Scripts, published in February 2009 by Apress, shows how Python and its related tools can be used to easily and effective...
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27-05-2009, 16:50:02

Nokia Ovi Store Launches

Nokia Ovi Store LaunchesKensai7 writes "The much-awaited Nokia Ovi Store opened for business yesterday. By following a business model similar to that of successful rival Apple for the iPhone, Nokia is trying to provide developers and customers a vast portfolio of Symbian OS appl...
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Slashdot
27-05-2009, 14:50:02

Rates Lowered For Streamed Music In the UK

Rates Lowered For Streamed Music In the UKAn anonymous reader tips the news that the UK's music collection society, PRS, has announced a new pricing plan it hopes may entice YouTube and Pandora back to the UK market. Pandora pulled out at the start of 2008, and YouTube began rem...
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Slashdot
27-05-2009, 12:50:02

Australian Government Backing Down On Censorship

Australian Government Backing Down On CensorshipCombat Wombat sends the news that the government in Australia has begun waffling on whether country-wide Internet censorship will be mandatory. "The Rudd Government has indicated that it may back away from its mandatory Internet fi...
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27-05-2009, 10:50:02

What Free IDE Do You Use?

What Free IDE Do You Use?postermmxvicom writes "I program only occasionally and mostly for personal interest. I went to update my favorite free IDE, Dev C++, yesterday and noticed that it had not been updated since 2005! I went looking for other free IDEs and came across Code::B...
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27-05-2009, 06:50:01

Build an $800 Gaming PC

Build an $800 Gaming PCThinSkin writes "Building a computer that can handle today's games doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, you can build one for less than $800, especially given that many hardware manufacturers have cut costs considerably. Loyd Case over at Extrem...
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27-05-2009, 04:50:02

Canonical Demos Early Stage Android-On-Ubuntu

Canonical Demos Early Stage Android-On-UbuntuAn anonymous reader notes Ars Technica's report from the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Barcelona, where Canonical has unveiled a prototype Android execution environment that will allow Android applications to run on Ubuntu and "potential...
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27-05-2009, 02:50:02

Apple Plans $1 Billion iDataCenter

Apple Plans $1 Billion iDataCenter1sockchuck writes "Apple is planning a major East Coast data center to boost the capacity of its online operations, and may invest more than $1 billion in building and operating the huge server farm. That's nearly twice what Google and Microsoft...
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27-05-2009, 00:50:01

A Push To End the Online Gambling Ban

A Push To End the Online Gambling BanHugh Pickens writes "Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts has introduced legislation that would roll back a ban on Internet gambling enacted when Republicans led Congress. The legislation would allow the Treasury Department to license...
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26-05-2009, 22:50:04

Green GT's All-Electric Supercar Unveiled

Green GT's All-Electric Supercar UnveiledMike writes "Swiss auto company Green GT recently released the first details on a svelte all-electric supercar that is being heralded as the most powerful electric race car ever built. Designed with the 2011 Le Mans race in mind, the Twen...
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26-05-2009, 20:50:02

Polaroid Lovers Try To Revive Its Instant Film

Polaroid Lovers Try To Revive Its Instant FilmMaximum Prophet nods a NY Times piece on a Dutch group living the retro dream: they are trying to bring back Polaroid film. This group has the machinery to make the film packs, but needs to recreate the chemicals. Polaroid Inc. stopp...
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26-05-2009, 18:50:03

Netbook-Run Dice Robot Can Rack Up 1.3 Million Rolls a Day

Netbook-Run Dice Robot Can Rack Up 1.3 Million Rolls a Daystevel writes "The owner of games site GamesByEmail.com created Dice-O-Matic, 'a machine that can belch a continuous river of dice down a spiraling ramp, then elevate, photograph, process and upload almost a million and a...
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26-05-2009, 16:50:03

Nanotech Memory Could Hold Data For 1 Billion Years

Nanotech Memory Could Hold Data For 1 Billion YearsHugh Pickens writes "Digital storage devices have become ubiquitous in our lives but the move to digital storage has raised concerns about the lifetime of the storage media. Now Alex Zettl and his group at the University of Cali...
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26-05-2009, 14:50:05

Microsoft's Bulk Deal With New Zealand Collapses

Microsoft's Bulk Deal With New Zealand Collapsesvik writes "The latest 3-year, pan-government deal that Microsoft has been establishing with the New Zealand government since 2000 has collapsed, opening the doors to the wider use of open source software in government. The NZ Stat...
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26-05-2009, 12:50:02

USNS Hoyt S. Vandenberg To Be Sunk For a Reef

USNS Hoyt S. Vandenberg To Be Sunk For a Reefcaffiend666 writes "On Wednesday the USNS Hoyt S. Vandenberg is to be sunk in 140 feet of water off of Key West to become the world's second largest artificial reef. (The largest was created by sinking the aircraft carrier USS Oriskan...
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26-05-2009, 10:50:02

DoD Sharing Threat Data With Critical Industries

DoD Sharing Threat Data With Critical IndustriesHugh Pickens writes "The Washington Post reports that for the past two years, the Defense Department has been collaborating with critical industries to stem the loss of important defense industry data — by some estimates at l...
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26-05-2009, 08:50:02

Documenting a Network?

Documenting a Network?Philip writes "Three years ago I was appointed as a network manager to a barely functioning MS-based network. Since then I've managed to get it up and running — even thriving — but have been guilty of being too busy with the doing of it to docum...
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26-05-2009, 06:50:02

Robot Warfare Going Open Source

Robot Warfare Going Open Sourcedestinyland writes "Peter Singer, author of the new book Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century, says 'You can build your own version of the Raven drone, which is a widely used military drone, for about $1,000.' Sin...
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