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Texting bans for drivers don't make much difference

Sep 29, 2010
This according to a new study. Because if you're stupid enough to text while driving, are you really going to follow laws? I didn't think so....
Posted In: government, Law, Transportation

Incredibly depressing mega millions lottery simulator!

Sep 29, 2010
Is located here. Good luck! That luck won't do you any good!
Posted In: depressing reality, Entertainment, Web Culture

Eric Schmidt is really upset that we have to drive cars

Sep 28, 2010
The CEO of Google is still complaining that we have to drive our own cars. Humans, I mean. Clearly, cars should have the ability to drive...
Posted In: Google, Transportation, Web Culture

Amazon is busting out all over - app store, tablet, web thingie

Sep 28, 2010
Word has it that Amazon is about to launch an app store for Android devices. While it seems a little nuts at first that they're getting into a...
Posted In: Amazon, Books, business, Entertainment, gadgets, tablets

Microsoft drops Live Spaces, radically alters culture

Sep 28, 2010
The headline story is that MSFT discontinued its blogging platform Live Spaces. And really, that's no big deal. Started as a competitor to Blogger...
Posted In: blogs, Microsoft, social media, Web Culture

What should we do about our monkey problem? Bring in more monkeys!

Sep 28, 2010
The Commonwealth Games in India have been a disaster. Crumbling bridges, overflowing toilets, wild dogs, and massive snakes showing up in the...
Posted In: Entertainment, monkeys

Can 911 find you if you call on a cell phone?

Sep 28, 2010
If you call 911 from a land line, dispatchers can identify your location and send someone to come help you. If you call 911 from a cell phone, you're a lot harder to track down. Find out what the FCC is doing to change that.

Sustainability of future news devices

Sep 28, 2010
Blackberrry has just unveiled a tablet style device to compete with the iPad. Yet one more sign pointing to a new age of news delivery. How does the future of how we get our news factor into the environment? Adreine Hill reports.
Posted In: Internet

Stuxnet computer worm threatens power plants, not credit cards

Sep 28, 2010
Unlike common computer viruses that go after your personal data or simply mess with your computer, a new worm is on the loose called Stuxnet, which targets software that controls infrastructure. Experts weigh in on what this means for the debut of Iran's new nuclear power plant, which has been infected by Stuxnet.
Posted In: Internet

PlayBook enters the tablet computer fray

Sep 27, 2010
Research In Motion, the company that should just call itself BlackBerry in order to make my life easier because then I wouldn't have to type all...
Posted In: Blackberry, business, gadgets, iPad, mobile

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