How to hold on to summers best produce: canning.
Wednesday, 31 August 2011
The new machine developed by two philanthropists finds tumours in the breast without the need for radiation by using infra red beams and thermal energy.
Kicked back with his boots on the table at the head of the smoke-dense room, the meeting's leader banged his fist and bellowed, By the grace of this program and the blood of Jesus Christ, Im sober today!�
This was not an auspicious beginning for the project of getting my vaguely atheistic, very alcoholic self off the sauce.
A janitor with epilepsy is suing his former employer in Mississippi for violating federal law after he was fired for having an epileptic seizure while working, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
How consumers fell for the dubious origins of the "certified-sustainable Chilean sea bass" hook, line, and sinker.
Children with parents who divorce or separate before they are five are more likely to become binge drinkers when they reach 16 than children with parents who remain together, a major new study has found.
Rivers and creeks turned into raging torrents tumbling with limbs and parts of buildings in northern New England and upstate New York as the storm's winds diminished, but the torrential rains refused to let up.
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
If we can learn anything from the recent success of the HP TouchPad, it is this � consumers like cheap technology.
Pantech Breakout: Is this 4 inch, 1 GHz, Android running LTE smartphone for Verizon Wireless going to be a budget device? Launches soon.
Forget hackers: six of the most egregious recent network and data attacks were committed by IT workers against their own employers.
When he returned to the company he co-founded, Jobs stimulated innovation and reinvention, which is what Apple, today, is all about
If you take the time to read all of the legal mumbo jumbo that follows, you will hopefully be convinced that negligence is a state law claim and one that is, in this situation, preempted by the Copyright Act.
Case law and common sense dictate that if Mr. Randazza would like to protect his clients copyrights, he must do so within the confines of the Copyright Act that I discussed in my prior article.
A film studio is taking extreme steps to try and stop its latest movie from being pirated online.
Reliance Entertainment has obtained a court order which restrains thousands of ISPs and websites from making available their film Bodyguard, a move which the company believes will reduce piracy by 60%. A similar but less broad effort last month is reported to have cut file-sharing by 40%.
Like a blast from the past, there's a wicked worm spreading in the wild which can be controlled remotely to launch DDoS attacks.
Weak passwords on Remote Desktop connections are exploited. Windows servers and workstations are vulnerable.
Monday, 29 August 2011
Nothing could get you more warmed up for the festival that is Burning Man like a moving sculpture of a bicyclist on fire.
Nancy Stevens thinks she knows how to solve the problem of hasty drivers zipping along Yorba Linda's boulevards and byways: An army of vehicles with yellow "pace car" stickers roaming the city's streets at the speed limit.
Doing that, Stevens believes, will create "moving speed bumps" that will force other drivers to slow down.
The big mainstream-media story in the Kelly Thomas murder this week was the refusal by the Orange County District Attorney's office to publicly release the names of the six officers involved in Kelly's beating death because they're supposedly receiving death threats.
To that, Ron had something rather wonderful to say.
Sunday, 28 August 2011
Hello, my sweet bonerablessed bonerabelle broad.
Its late at night and every part of me misses you so dearly, especially my dick. Hes all bloated and angry, getting bent out of shape, dribbling, cursing, and spitting. I pray to baby Jesus that this letter reaches you in high spirits. Maybe youre on the train, being ogled relentlessly by lusty perverts, on the way to see the married guy youre having an affair with�
Female adrenaline junkies with breast implants are being offered extra protection at a paintball centre in Croydon UK.
Girls are tougher than boys!
No, Im the biggest Apple fan!� That is probably a conversation held commonly in many iPhone-owners circles.
But nothing announces Im the biggest Apple fan!� like a haircut that announces your love for the company!
Saturday, 27 August 2011
Not only is it nearly impossible to discuss Jobs without resorting to the gratuitous use of superlatives, it's equally difficult to discuss Apple without mentioning Steve.
It's a mistake, however, to think that the relationship between Jobs and Apple means the company can't survive without the man...
August 24, 2011 will go down as one of the most bittersweet moments in technology history.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs stepped down, in what certainly feels like an end to a career.
After 14 years and over 15,000 stories posted, it's finally time for me to say Good-Bye to Slashdot. I created
this place with my best friends in a run down house while still in college. Since then it has grown to be read by
more than a million people, and has served Billions and Billions of Pages...
By age 18, most Americans have had up to 20 doses of antibiotics.
And that might be making us fat. According to a commentary published in Thursday's issue of Nature, over-killing bacteria might be causing obesity, diabetes, allergies and asthma.
It's hard to put into words the legacy that Steve Jobs will leave behind... but we can put it into pictures.
Public school teachers in the United States spent more than $1.33 billion out of pocket on school supplies and instructional materials in the 2009-2010 school year, according to new research released by the National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA), a trade association for educational product companies.
Friday, 26 August 2011
With Steve Jobs abruptly resigning his position as CEO of Apple, questions are asked about the prospects of Apple without him.
Ars looks at how three titans (or former titans) of the tech world have fared after founders and charismatic leaders have left.
DHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) dinged TSA in a recent security audit.
High-risk vulnerabilities were detected in Federal Air Marshals' Blackberry devices, in patch management, in configuration controls . . . and can you believe TSA laptops still use Windows XP?
General Motors announced today that it has signed an agreement with LG Group, a Korean producer of electronics and batteries, that will have the two companies working together to design, engineer and sell electric vehicles.
As Steve Jobs resigns from Apple's CEO post, the writer behind his definitive profile, Tom Junod, considers the unfortunate: that Steve Jobs is dying for us all, but that his digital death may teach us how to die
The humble USB stick has been given an unusual makeover - as a sex toy - a 'discreet' vibrator that also stores up to 16GB of data.
Tim Cook, new Apple CEO, has sent out the following memo to Apple staff, according to a source at Ars Technica.
Cook says he shares "Steve's optimism for Apple's bright future," and that Apple will continue to be "the magical place that it is."
Full text of the letter is below.
Thursday, 25 August 2011
A bite by bite analysis of the fish on your plate.
In The New Criminology, Max D.
Schlapp and Edward E. Smith say that two generations of statisticians found that the ratio of convicts without
religious training is about 1/10 of 1%. W. T. Root, professor of
psychology at the Univ. of Pittsburgh, examined 1,916 prisoners and said
Indifference to religion, due to thought, strengthens character, adding
that Unitarians, Agnostics, Atheists and Free-Thinkers are absent from
penitentiariers or nearly s
De Santos has shifted from taking and managing orders on notepads to recording them on iPads! Enter the restaurant and you will find the waiters carrying around beautiful iPad2s, taking customers orders on them, and swiping credit cards on the devices.
Critics like me deserve some blame for the current proliferation of impossibly low service standards in so many casual New York restaurants.
We tend not to censure lackadaisical conduct, thinking this is what customers want and that we would appear out of touch if we disapproved. In fact, the article I was planning to write most likely wouldnt have dwelled on the egregious manners Id encountered...
A new record for the most expensive car sold publicly was set this weekend, and once again, it was a 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa.
The Inspector General of the National Science Foundation has closed its investigation into climatologist Michael Mann after failing to find any evidence of misconduct
He's battled heart disease and has eliminated meat, but experts say not everyone can do it
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
As they say, less is always more, and some designers have recently tried to take that as far as they can go in the superhero genre.
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
A group of four dedicated developers are gearing up with a project called the TouchDroid Project, to breath new life into the TouchPad as an Android tablet.
Check out more of Ezio's final adventure in Assassin's Creed Revelations, including how the storyline weaves with Altair.
Nokia has officially announced the Symbian Anna update recently, and this comes with a worthy bunch of improvements.
NVIDIA posted their latest results following the quarter ending on July 31, 2011. Unlike 2010 at this time, NVIDIA posted a strong quarter. Technically this is Q2 FY 2012 for NVIDIA. Last years results were pretty dismal with $811 million in gross revenue and a net loss of $140 million. This quarter was much stronger with $1.016 billion in gross revenue, and a healthy $150 million in net income.
Monday, 22 August 2011
Try wrapping your head around this: Your face is a picking time bomb.Of all the crude, pitiless eccentricities of the human body, the danger triangle of the face is arguably the most disconcerting of the lot in that, under rare and perfect conditions, this fleshy trinity can allow retrograde infections to creep from the front of your face to the recesses of your skull, where they lay waste to your brain.
According to DigitalTrends, group of tech-savvy biologists and animal researchers have set up more than 400 hidden cameras out in the wild, and have captured tens of thousands of images of some of natures most elusive � and fearsome � creatures.
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You can't use his Starbucks card to get free coffee anymore, but Jonathan's card inspired a community of sharing that will carry on.
Sunday, 21 August 2011
At least 500 people have been killed in ethnic clashes in the eastern state of Jonglei, according to the South Sudanese authorities.
A senior official told the BBC hundreds of people had been wounded and more than 200 abducted, mainly children.
The clashes took place on Thursday when members of the Murle group are said to have attacked the majority Lou Nuer, stealing nearly 40,000 cattle.
In an off economy, certain industries are still able to flourish.
The "green sector" is one that traditionally wouldn't be a top priority for growth, but this particular recession has seen an explosion in environment-related careers.
This is from CNBC...Much of the present large gap between tax revenues and federal spending comes not from political decisions but from what happens to a nation's finances during any deep recession, economists suggest.
But you wouldn't know it from some of the recent campaign rhetoric.
The Republican candidates all want to shrink government's role by slashing spending and taxes, and repealing or suspending regulations.
During his presidential campaign announcement speech last week, Texas Gov.
Rick Perry lamented the "injustice" that nearly half of all Americans -- the poorest half -- "don't even pay any income tax." But in Texas, the tax burden is disproportionately shouldered by those families living below the poverty line, newly-released data from the Census Bureau show.
Survivors of a mass shooting attack in Norway returned Saturday for the first time to the island where a gunman went on a rampage a month ago, killing 69 people.
Saturday, 20 August 2011
Nordstrom is my guilty pleasure but there is nothing guilty about the pleasure of shopping at one new Nordstrom-owned store.
The store, Treasure & Bond, will open on Friday in New York City and Nordstrom has committed to donating store profits to charity. Thats right; Nordstrom will not be pocketing the profits from Treasure & Bond. The Seattle-based company is donating proceeds from the store to nonprofit organizations that benefit New York C
A recent study found that work might not be all that you're taking home with you at the end of the day.
Its as classically French as the Eiffel Tower or a black beret: the baguette is a daily staple of the delicious French diet.
Friday, 19 August 2011
Russian company Orbital Technologies wants to take luxury hotels to new heights � orbiting 217 miles above the Earth � by 2016.
Only in France will you find the public's demand for a freshly baked baguette be so fierce that one of the 33,000 bakeries took advantage of the annual August holiday, where most will close up shop, to install a baguette vending machine.
Just because you enjoy great food doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of money dining out or buying upscale foods for delicious meals at home.
With the advice of some noted chefs and food writers, you can elevate the level of your home-cooked meals even while working with a tight grocery budget.
Every British woman has a French woman inside her who is dying to get out.
OK, the woman inside might be Italian, or even Japanese, but the fact remains that most of us would love to be fluent in another language.
Thursday, 18 August 2011
Twitter and other social media are value-neutral tools, and they can be put to incredibly destructive uses.
Let's never forget, though, that the vast majority of the time social media is used constructively, connecting friends and family, facilitating expression and creativity, and even spawning amazing spontaneous efforts like the volunteer clean-up after the riots.
Police should *police* and apprehend and prosecute the small minority of delinqu
It's easy to see the attraction hackers have to smartphones: More of us are using them, and we're using them for virtually every facet of our lives.
I admit, I always cringe a little when I see those commercials that show how easy it is to take a picture of a check and instantly deposit it to your bank account.
As smartphone use increases � and add into that the rise of tablets � hackers will be working overtime. Using smartphones smartly i
Facebook knows when youre sleeping, it knows when youre awake, so be good for goodness sake.
LinuxCon opens in Vancouver on Wednesday and the Linux Foundation can't help but brag about the operating system's success.
A Wall Street Journal columnist says that blocking access to social media during emergencies isn't a big deal, and that "techno-utopians" are over-reacting.
But are they? Or are these kinds of moves a step on a slippery slope that leads to Chinese-style control over information networks?
Buried in its fourth-quarter earnings call, Cisco announced this week that it was pulling the plug on its Mediator software suite, following the lead Google and Microsoft as software companies bail out on the energy management space.
Transit providers, which connect smaller ISPs into the Brobdingnagian network we call the "Internet," are moving away from a constant price-per-Mbps pipe.
Newer strategies bill by how far the data needs to be moved and by the level of demand.
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
Artillery fire led directly to our first conversation.
Blasts in the distance awoke Jadiam Lopez at 4:30 a.m., as often happens, so he e-mailed me.�
"We just had incoming.
San Francisco's subway shut off cellphone service to thwart protesters, inciting a legal controversy.
First Amendment scholars say they can't remember a time when a public agency in the U.S. moved to disrupt wireless traffic in quite that way, while Bay Area Rapid Transit officials say they had to protect riders' safety.
Drink Vita Coco or O.N.E.
Coconut Water because of its health benefits? Use either liquid as a cure for a nasty hangover? Shocked to learn that, according to a recent study, neither brand of coconut water has as many nutrients they claim?
Back when I first started noticing such things in 1977, Bill Drake's International Cultivator's Handbook was already a classic.
Published in 1974, the book was one of the very first to market that went into detail on how to grow not only marijuana, but also coca and opium.
This demographic transformation has been in progress ever since World War II, but in recent years it's begun to seriously pick up steam.
Tuesday, 16 August 2011
Love bites on HBO's�True Blood on Sunday as we watched some characters unite and others separate in an episode that culminates in the second big battle between the witches and the vampires.
Frances Bean Cobain, the 18-year-old daughter of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and trainwreck Courtney Love, has been photographed by Dior photographer Hedi Slimane � and the series of black and white shots is stunning.
A new website app creates an online marketplace for information about when coveted parking spots will open up.
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The Simpsons is discussed by many Archive of American Television interviewees including Dan Castellaneta, James L.
Brooks, Ron Howard, and more.
Monday, 15 August 2011
In keeping with new changes Google's rolling out for their services, all their login pages will soon follow suit.
Hence the new layout for Gmail's page.
A Boston company called NetBlazr wants to offer businesses free access to a communal broadband network if a user pays for about $300 in equipment and then turns over the management of that gear to NetBlazr so it can continue building the network.
If the corporation learns the name you're using on Google+is not your real name, you have just four days to clean up your act otherwise your profile is removed.
Months after Google said that Chinese hackers were targeting the Gmail accounts of senior U.S. government officials, attempts to hijack Gmail inboxes continue, a researcher said.
Sunday, 14 August 2011
When's the last time you thought about fencing? Exactly, never.
Us too. And then one day we came across a photo of someone fencing and she looked like a werewolf about to tear the face off the Prime Minister. You know, really intense
A large yellow diamond � known as the "Golden Eye" � seized in a federal drug and money-laundering investigation in northeast Ohio is going on the auction block with the minimum starting bid set at $900,000.
A refundable deposit of $180,000 is required for viewing the gem in Cleveland the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 2 and for bidding on it during the auction.
This beach beauty doesn't need an extra hand applying her lotion.
She better be careful double-fisting those, she'll get brain freeze.
Saturday, 13 August 2011
By almost anyones standards, the 2011 Hyundai Equus is an exceptional automobile at a near bargain-bin price.
The Jurez police alleged that these gang members were caught stealing cars (which, many times, are then used in drive-by shootings).
After being cuffed, they were hogtied facedown in a truck bed...
Not only do homeschooled kids perform better on standardized tests but they also get more college credits for the work they do
We've learned from an inside source at General Motors, a person close to the project, that the electric Cadillac Converj luxury coupe is now back in the GM product plan.
Fifteen year-old Larry King (no relation to the CNN interviewer) was shot twice in the back of the head by his classmate Brandon McInerney while sitting in school in Oxnard, California.
Now that McInerney is on trial, the boy's legal team and the school administration are using the tried and true "he was asking for it" defense. This is totally disgusting.
Friday, 12 August 2011
Excerpts from this travel film reveal the New York of 1962, with its furious construction, booming tourism, and jazzy soundtrack.
The following is a guest post by music journalist Mark Sutherland.
Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has become the latest small businessman to be hit by the breakout of civil unrest in England. Gallagher, who now fronts the band Beady Eye, woke up to news Wednesday morning that the Manchester branch of his Pretty Green [...]
News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch assured Wall Street that hes not going anywhere, further stating that his companys phone-hacking scandal has had no material impact on properties outside of the News of the World.
They say that Latinos are "the help," but this is ridiculous.
Eighteen-year-olds cannot hold their liquor.
That's just science.
Case in point: Robert Vietze, the 18-year-old from South Warren, Vt., who...
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Thursday, 11 August 2011
Angry Birds Superhero Mashups: How do you make Angry Birds even better? Give 'em superpowers.
Tired of running around in the same old neighborhood? Maybe you should overthrow a small country instead! Here's how!
The horrific poaching problem in Africa's Virunga National Park, through the eyes of the rangers who risk their lives combating various armed groups.
Fugitive siblings from Florida were taken into custody in Colorado this morning after they led law enforcement officers on a 100-mph chase.
He's 89 and just discovered that his barbershop was totally destroyed by London Riots
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
Growing up, it's every boy's dream to one day stand up in front of his peers, introduce a hyper-intelligent ape he raised from a baby, and tell the audience that he'll never forgive them for doubting him. "I will feast on your entrails!" this ur-child screams, pounding his fists on the podium. "So please, I beg of you, take care of yourselves! High-fiber foods!"
Wasieef won the first prize for the "Most Beautiful Goat" title in the female category at a recent event in Amman, Jordan.
Farrah Fawcett has been given a new lease of life in the unlikely guise of a Barbie doll.
Taking the favourite Charlie's Angel star's famed poster pose as inspiration, the Farrah Barbie wears a red swimsuit and sits against a backdrop of a striped Mexican rug.
And like the poster, the doll has been a sell-out success.
The record-breaking 1976 poster sold over ten million copies, helping to immortalise Farrah Fawcett's trademark smile and flaxen l
Cellphones, Mobile Handsets
Nokia: the N9 isn't coming to America
By Darren Murph posted Aug 9th 2011 10:30AM
If you've been eagerly awaiting September 23rd so you can grab your very own Nokia N9 in America, the company's first (and last) MeeGo smartphone may not be shipping in your region after all.
Tuesday, 9 August 2011
Designed by Taylor Franklin Hide, the LUMI Mask is a sleep mask that helps you wake up on time without jarring alarm clock sounds, but with a gentle simulated sunrise lighting effect embedded in the mask.
Astronauts land on Mars and discover a lost civilization in 1950 sci-fi film
Hackers showed that they have a very long reach at the Defcon hacker conference this week, showing that they can turn off your power or hack your home automation systems through internet-connected power lines.
As soon as you see these little RC Koopa shells, you know that life can't be that bad.
In fact, they've already had a hallelujah-inducing impact on the world of the 3D-printing genius who created them. Ten days ago, Michael Curry (aka Skimbal) was among America's 13.9 million unemployed, having been unceremoniously booted out of his ailing architect's firm.
The avalanche of mass-lawsuits in the USA that target BitTorrent users has reached a new milestone.
Since last year, more than 200,000 people have been sued for allegedly sharing copyrighted material online, and this number continues to expand at a rapid pace. Added up, the potential profit from the so-called pay-up-or-else scheme runs into the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Japan-based chemical and tech company Asahi Kasei has developed a small healthcare product that should make life for paramedics, emergency doctors (and patients) easier: the portable device (pictured) makes it possible to instantly access all medical data on a specific person with a PC or smartphone, via RFID.
Monday, 8 August 2011
This is pretty accurate.
The self proclaimed "Spam King" of Facebook who sneaked his way into half a million Facebook accounts and flooded them with spam could soon be paying for his actions.
Nooter (a merger of "neutral" and "router") is a sort of lie-detector test for internet service providers and will be able to send traffic along different paths and determine whether or not your ISP is deliberately slowing some of your internet traffic, such as data from file-sharing web sites.
Brian Taylor once again writes about a strategy guide.
This time, one as old as he is. For Pac-Man.
Every month thousands of people are sued for allegedly sharing copyrighted material on BitTorrent.
Many of the accused claim to be innocent, and point their finger at someone else who may have used their Internet connection to share the file. But does this mean they're off the hook? Lawyer Nicholas Ranallo believes so.
Highlights of the San Diego Comic-Con were announced on the official SWTOR site and they were happy to report that Star Wars: The Old Republic was a big hit at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con!� There were literally thousands of gamers and Star Wars fans showed up to make it a huge success.
Sunday, 7 August 2011
As if you needed another reason to have a beer besides
The Transportation Security Administration said Thursday that its managers at Los Angeles International Airport are undergoing mandatory sensitivity training after a transgender employee alleged she was ordered to dress like a man, pat down male passengers and use the men's restroom.
Free porn is killing paid subscriptions.
New Zealand has banned the sale of 43 products designed to mimic the effects of smoking marijuana.
Some say your willpower is limited and others believe it is as strong as you think it is.
Regardless of how much you have, it turns out that you may be able to boost it with a simple brain training exercise.
Saturday, 6 August 2011
A Korean TV documentary team went on a search for the truth behind the dead baby pill, and what they found was shocking.
If the heat doesn't get to ya at Tent City, a bullet just might...
California mother Maggie Jean Wortman has been charged with murder after prelminary hearings suggested that she knowingly harmed her child by breastfeeding while using methamphetamine. Her 6-week-old son, Anthony, died last year and autopsy revealed he had been overdosed with meth via breast milk.
Last night's disappointing premiere of ABC's newest reality show, 'Take the Money and Run,' got us thinking.
Oh, what high hopes we had for the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced series about committing the perfect crime. Sadly, it's boring and kind of nonsensical (why wouldn't you just keep your mouth shut until the time was up?).
Friday, 5 August 2011
Think human feces can throw off a police dog? Gordon Flavia did.
Cops in Idaho Falls say William Falkingham wore a black bunny suit, hid behind a tree and pointed his finger at a boy like it was a gun.
Thursday, 4 August 2011
This past June, we noted that Instagram hit a big milestone: 5 million users.
At the time, the total number of photos shared on the service was at 95 million, and given the rate of growth, they expected to pass 100 million shortly. Well, they missed pointing out that milestone, but today, not even two months later, they're pointing out another one: 150 million photos.
That's 150 million photos uploaded to Instagram in just the 9 months since the
Remember the end of Michael Jackson's 1991 music video "Black or White" in which a series of different faces morph into one other? New software pulls all the photos of a specific person from a collection of tagged photos, analyses them for similarity of expression and head position, and links them in an animated movie.
The final product can turn a smile into a frown or show how a person has aged over time.
It seems like Apple can do no wrong these days, but according to Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, Apple is headed toward a decline.
It goes without
The latest addition to the Google feature list is Instant Pages for Chrome.
The concept is very simple � when a user does a search and Google is confident that the first result on the search is the one that the searcher is looking for, they begin preloading it into Chrome making it appear instantly when clicked. Heres the video. The analysis of what it represents follows:
The tech boom is fueling a surge in jobs and creative recruiting
A series of cyberattacks that targeted more than 70 organizations in 14 countries throughout the last five years was uncovered by Internet security firm McAfee,
Wednesday, 3 August 2011
A new trailer has been released of a game that fans in North America have been hoping would be localized.
That title is none other than Xenoblade. Check out the brand new, epic trailer of the game.
Intelligence agencies warn that gangs and terrorists use gaming consoles, Xbox and PS3, to recruit and plot all kinds of evil.
No surprise to gamers, but in light of the Oslo massacre, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and WoW "violent" video games are getting blamed as playing a part in the mass killings.
Some are downright egregious, while others are an interesting bonus to an already wonderful video game.
Get over here!
Tuesday, 2 August 2011
This might get you into trouble and probably some detention time, but its well worth it.
Previously confidential documents detailing Universal Musics meetings with the former UK government over the Digital Economy Act are revealing a whole lot more than the pair intended.
Blacked-out sections now uncovered show that Universal believed that ISPs could spy on their users and hand over information to rightsholders in order for them to sue.
Google's web browser Chrome is now the second most popular browser in the United Kingdom.
Staff at Wood Green Animal Shelter in Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, say they were inundated with messages from people keen rehome the abandoned feline after her picture appeared across a variety of media last week.
Twitter has launched promoted tweets, its own form of advertising, in users
Stephen Mabbutt, 57, (pictured) from Charlton in Oxfordshire, heard his eyes scratching like 'sandpaper' every time they moved.
He has finally found relief after six years.
Monday, 1 August 2011
Cancer-stricken Ground Zero worker Edgar Galvis has finally received a compensation check -- for zero dollars.
The National Science Foundation is offering scientists and engineers "a boot camp for startups,"
Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), run by Tesla Motors chief executive and PayPal mafioso Elon Musk, is looking at a November launch for its second private space flight to the International Space Station.
Alaska scientists have discovered the fossil of a rare, prehistoric marine reptile that is likely the most complete remnant of the creature ever found in North America.