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19 September 2006

News from the Net

Toshiba offers to exchange 340000 laptop batteries - wonder if my new laptop will be one of them

Now there's something I never thought I'd see... literally... A visual walkthrough of vim

Is this a warning sign that they are getting ready to do the cyberattack they had previously threatened to do?

Since they busted people for interacting with their service before, why should developers trust AOL this time?

Yet another Zero-day IE Exploit in the wild

Bad timing for the first female space tourists... The ISS is having a chemical leak

"The Children of Hurin" edited and released by Tolkiens' son.

It looks like fans can make a difference

Toshiba proposed a new standard, and Warner Brothers patented it. Ummm, has no one ever heard of prior art? Oh, and that is for DVD, HD-DVD and Blu-Ray on the same disc

Ever wonder what the most common cause of data breaches (leading to fraud) are? Merchants and service providers, not the consumer

New AIM WORM floods with botnet drones

PS3 works on Folding@Home

Ok, I know at least one of you out there still think I am a conspiracy nut for thinking the Diebold voting machines are easy to hack. Let's make this easy for you -- grab a hotel minibar key and you can open one yourself

Intel produces lasers-on-a-chip

Google and Apple team up

It still amazes me that it can be so blatantly obvious that there were "indescretions" surrounding the past two elections and nothing is being done and no one is being held accountable. 

Posted by WILL POWER! on Tue Sep 19 05:53:00 PDT 2006