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Laser Security for the Internet: Scientist Invents a Digital Security Tool Good Enough for the CIA — And for You

Now a new invention developed by Dr. Jacob Scheuer of Tel Aviv University’s School of Electrical Engineering promises an information security system that can beat today’s hackers — and the hackers of the future — with existing fiber optic and computer technology. Transmitting binary lock-and-key information in the form of light pulses, his device ensures [...]

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Predict Google’s Future In China?

Earlier this year, we mentioned how shocked many people were when Secretary of State Clinton “demanded” that China do an about face and end censorship and leave Google to do whatever they wanted behind the secreted walls that have captivated the people of China since long before western civilization existed. Those were the first and [...]

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Brian Lillie of Equinix Delivered a Keynote Speech at DatacenterWorld

Last October, the Data Center World keynote address was delivered by a facilities person. This year, it was delivered by Brian Lillie, CIO of Equinix, who is IT enough for me. Brian Lillie The title of his presentation was "Are You Ready to Ride the Four Tsunamis About to Hit Your Data Center?” His four [...]

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Energy Star for Software Again!!

After I posted a blog on software energy efficiency recently, I realized from some of the comments from readers that most people did not get it. When I talk about software energy efficiency, most people think I am talking about using software to make other things greener. Yes, software can be used to automate and [...]

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Hot Tech Companies

Today’s Wall Street Journal lists the top 50 Venture-backed companies as The Next Big Thing. After hearing about and reading about how bad things are here in California, “worse fiscal shape than Greece,” and how “unfriendly” California is to business, it makes you wonder how 60% of the 50 companies listed are based in California. [...]

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Shavlik Technologies’ Statement on March 9 Patch Tuesday releases

"After a busy February with 13 security bulletins, Microsoft is easing off the patching throttle a bit this month. Microsoft released two new security bulletins addressing 8 vulnerabilities, all not publically known at this time. It is not uncommon for Microsoft to have a large patch month followed by a relatively light patch month. As [...]

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Internet Economics: Traffic Trumps Ethics And Content Quality

Six years ago, NetHawk began dipping its toes into the social networking waters with a CEO blog and a site called ITFeedstore.  The goal was to aggregate relevant Information Technology content and syndicate it to our existing communities.  The process was automated picking up RSS and other feeds and notifying our audience when stuff they [...]

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When Does Idea Theft Rise To Level Of Crime?

In a stack of new articles published yesterday, Silicon Valley Insider claims and documents a trail of deception and greed around how Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg appropriated the technology for Facebook.  The stack lists emails and IM’s from Zuckerberg to his earliest confidants and paints a picture not unlike other famous entrepreneurs who have gone on [...]

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Official claims sex diary on Net is invasion of privacy

charge the hackers with invasion of privacy

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China to accelerate development of Internet: Wen

China will also push for substantial progress in broadcasting and Internet networks.

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