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Yahoo Expected To Axe 14% of Workforce Today

Internet giant Yahoo is expected to layoff 14% of its workforce today. That represents about 2,000 positions.

'Smart Sand' Is First Step Towards Real Life Star Trek Replicator

On Star Trek: The Next Generation the crew had access to a Replicator that would create (food) objects upon verbal com

IBM Announces Green Supercomputing Project

Chrome 18 Released: Better Graphics and Security

Google announced the latest release of it's browser, Chrome.

Google Offers Account Activity Reports Via Email

Do you know how many emails you send and receive? Do you know who you email the most? If you use Gmail you can now have the answers to those questions.

Could Your Small Business Use A Network Security Bootcamp?

Are you a small business owner? Are you "tech savvy" enough to lock down your cyber network or do you rely on someone else?

Major ISPs Implement Increased Cyber Security - At What Cost To You?

Any increase in cyber security on the part of an Internet service provider (ISP) comes at a cost. In this case, that cost is privacy.

Ambient Social Networking: The New (Old) Way to Network

The latest buzz at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive centers around a new type of social network call ambient social networking.

Popular Browsers Hacked In Contest: What It Means For You

Today is the last day of the hacking contest, otherwise known as the Pwn2own contest, at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Should You Buy an iPad 3?

Apple, Inc. is expected to announce the release of the iPad 3 today in San Francisco. Reports are that Siri will be included.


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