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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"A growing war of words between China and the U.S. grows -- with Google taking the crossfire -- as security flaws remain."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

Far out man...  -Carl

"built a processor out of two two qubits, artificially made atoms consisting out of billions of aluminium atoms (but acting like a single atom). These qubits can employ two energy states like regular bits (on and off), however, thanks to the magic of superposition, qubits can be placed in multiple states at the same time. For the first time, the Yale team has run simple algorithms on this chip. The qubits on the chip are connected by a quantum bus, 'photons that transmit information through wires connecting the qubits'."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Untangle sells software that allows small businesses to securely connect their local networks (LAN's) to the Internet. In other words, Untangle is a "secure network gateway" company, as Bob describes it. The company has now open sourced roughly 90 percent of its code, which is given away free of cost, and then charges for advanced features, similar to the business models used by SugarCRM, Zimbra, and others."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

Hmm...Interesting!  -Carl

"Sensors track devices' electricity, water, and gas consumption from one spot."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"The United States and Russia are locked in a fundamental dispute over how to counter the growing threat of cyberwar attacks that could wreak havoc on computer systems and the Internet...'They want to constrain offense. We needed to be able to criminalize these horrible 50,000 attacks we were getting a day.'"

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

Scareware? Not sure I have ever heard the term before...  -Carl

"The FTC has decided to settle with two defendants in a scareware scam for just over $100,000, in lieu of trying to wring out the full $1.9 million levied against them."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"The Sugar on a stick software originally developed for One Laptop Per Child can now be used on any older PC."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Microsoft is considering offering Windows 7 on USB flash drives to make upgrades easier for systems without optical drives, a source claimed on Friday."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Ubuntu is the leader in the Linux environment and it's slowly making its way into the mainstream. But is it ready to tackle the enterprise? While there is no chance of Ubuntu overtaking Microsoft Windows' dominant market share or even making a dent compared to Apple’s Mac OS X, this open-source operating system can make a difference in the enterprise."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Survey results from Webroot indicate users of online social networks such as MySpace and Facebook are not doing enough to protect themselves from hackers and phishing scams."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Many businesses struggle with getting paper-based information into the electronic workflows that are enabled by Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Access and SQL Server. By using document imaging software and multifunction peripherals, knowledge workers can seamlessly and securely integrate paper documents into the electronic workflow. Here, Knowledge Center contributor Ed White explains what IT professionals should know when integrating document imaging software with Microsoft applications."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

I wouldn't have thought it possible...Google?  -Carl

"A flurry of Web surfing for news about Michael Jackson's untimely death flattened Google News June 25. The search engine and Web services providers refused to serve searchers Web pages for nearly a half hour. Facebook, Twitter and other Web sites also experienced a burst in traffic, the second spike in as many weeks thanks to the Iranian election furor."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

Hey, I resemble that remark! :(  -Carl

"Whatever their reason for posting their thoughts online, bloggers have a shared ethical code, according to a recent study published in the journal New Media Society, published by SAGE. Key issues in the blogosphere are telling the truth, accountability, minimizing harm and attribution, although the extent to which bloggers follow their own ethical ideals can depend on the context and intended audience."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

Do we I really believe government healthcare is going have different results to the industry and the service it supplies? NO!  -Carl

"The recession is taking a toll on the hospital industry as 'cash-strapped patients are skipping visits and under-compensated cases are increasing,' Forbes reports. 'As a result, a pattern of cost-cutting has emerged as hospitals have tried not to sacrifice quality, access and safety.' In addition, 'There has also been the elimination of entire departments as well as often subsidized services like mental health. Such cuts, which can translate into longer wait times, less up-to-date technology and fewer services, are bound to affect patients.'"

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Minority WiMAX license holder Oneida Communications has liquidated its 2.5 GHz properties."

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