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Keeping Kids on a Wireless Leash

The newest hot property in the wireless communications race is the "electronic leash." Employees often joke that their offices keep them on a leash by providing BlackBerries, cell phones and laptops for anytime, anywhere communication ...

Getting ‘Smart’ About Outsourcing

As the trend toward outsourcing grows, companies are gradually turning to "smartsourcing" to make the practice work for optimum effect ...

The Pandora’s Box of Social Networking

MySpace claimed almost 5 million registered users in 2005, and that number has grown to exceed 70 million today. Though currently the most popular, MySpace is only one of a number ofsocial networking sites online, and their attractiveness to teens and pre-teens has spawned worry over a growing Internet menace ...

Online Auction Venues Sullied by Counterfeit Goods

Buyers winning name brand merchandise on an auction site for a great price may not get the real deal -- and that can be a big deal in terms of costs to the companies, the auction sites and the duped consumers ...

Google Launches SketchUp 3D Modeling Software

Google has released Google SketchUp, a 3D modeling program that it acquired last month with the purchase of @Last Software. The tool lets users design and build three-dimensional models of a dream home, a car, a skyscraper -- and just about anything else that might come to mind ...

Fake Copies of Windows to Get ‘Exploding Dye’

Microsoft has expanded its Genuine Software Initiative (GSI), a pilot program to notify users of non-genuine Windows operating systems (OSes) that their copies of the software are illegal ...

Judge Rules Internet Surfing at Work Is OK

The New York Department of Education took Toquir Choudhri to the City's Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, which presides over disciplinary cases from almost every city agency ...

Tongue’s Potential Goes Far Beyond Taste

The human tongue could lead to the creation of the super soldier of the future ...

SCIENCE

Mapusaurus Crowned Largest Meat Eater

Meet Mapusaurus roseae, the largest carnivore on Earth recorded to date. Paleontologists working in the Patagonian wilderness in Argentina who found the remains of the 41-foot long and 15,000-pound dinosaur species said it roamed Earth 100 million years ago and was far bigger than Tyrannosaurus rex ...

Nintendo Targets Senior Crowd With Brain Game

Nintendo this week released an American version of Japan's No. 1 brain training game, "Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day," for the Nintendo DS ...

NASA Guards Report on Failed DART Mission

NASA won't release its 70-page report on why the DART (Demonstration for Autonomous Rendezvous Technology) spacecraft didn't complete its mission last year because of its sensitive content, the agency said ...

SCIENCE

Study: ‘Out-of-Body’ Experiences Linked to Brain Activity

People who have had "near-death experiences" (NDEs) often report seeing a light at the end of a dark tunnel. TV shows, movies and books drill this crossing-over concept into viewers' minds. However, a study published in Neurology, a scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology, finds that these events have a biological explanation ...

SPACE

Venus Gets a Visitor

Last November, a European probe took off on a 250-million mile trip to visit Earth's nearest neighbor, Venus. The European Space Agency (ESA) Venus Express team is now standing by as it waits for the probe to touch down tomorrow ...

SCIENCE

Pyramid in Mexico Found to Be 1,500 Years Old

Archaeologists have learned that a pre-Hispanic pyramid recently found in a low-income, high-crime area about 30 miles north of Mexico City is 1,500 years old. They've been digging on the Iztapalapa hillside, known as the Hill of the Star, which is used for the annual re-enactment of Christ's crucifixion prior to Easter ...

DoJ: Identity Theft Touches Millions in US

Based on interviews with 40,000 American residents, the Department of Justice (DoJ) has reported that 3.6 million -- or about 3 out of every 100 -- households were victimized by perpetrators of identity theft between July and December 2004. The numbers differ from earlier research findings and suggest that the incidence of identity theft might be lower than what has been reported in the past...

IBM, 3Com Target SMBs With All-in-One IP Telephony Platform

IBM and 3Com have announced an agreement to complement 3Com's VCX IP telephony with System i, IBM's all-in-one mid-market computing platform. The partnership allows businesses with 100 to 2,000 users to have an integrated VoIP and systems solution complete with hardware, software, storage and security ...

Microsoft Rebrands Hosted E-Mail Protection Services

Microsoft has announced the repackaging of four hosted solutions from FrontBridge Technologies, a company that it bought in August 2005, as well as a new licensing model and road map for Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services (EHS) ...

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