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Steve Jobs introduces the Death Star

Jun 4, 2010
Posted In: apple, steve jobs

Tech News In Brief - 6/4/10

Jun 4, 2010
Google data collection mess gets messier China blocking FoursquareU.S. Cyber Command wants to ‘operate freely' to protect and defend computer...
Posted In: aol, energy, foursquare, Google, Microsoft, security, Twitter, YouTube

Fake BP Twitterer sort of comes forward.

Jun 4, 2010
The Twitter account at @BPGlobalPR is not run by BP and isn't really a pr account. It's parody of a pr person trying to spin the disaster in the...
Posted In: BP, Twitter

Observe! Space observatory dressed up like observer from space!

Jun 4, 2010
Here in Minnesota, prankster students draped the Carleton College observatory to look like R2-D2. Good thing they didn't make it look like Jar-Jar...
Posted In: oh you crazy kids, Star Wars

Gadget tells you when you need a break

Jun 4, 2010
An Israeli tech company has come up with a new gadget that will check the stress and mood levels of people on their computers.  It uses sensors to...
Posted In: stress

Car charging stations coming to town

Jun 4, 2010
Coulomb Technologies is seeking to install 4,600 charging stations for electric cars in nine metro areas by the end of 2011.  The charging...
Posted In: cars, energy

Get energy from the stars

Jun 4, 2010
Well, that would be nice, wouldn't it? Scientists at the wonderfully named National Ignition Facility are conducting an enormous laser fusion...
Posted In: energy, space

Could Microsoft be buying AOL?

Jun 4, 2010
At the D8 conference, AOL chairman Tim Armstrong said that the company, which is currently using Google for search on its sites, is looking for a...
Posted In: aol, Microsoft

Microsoft Patch Tuesday is coming. Have you done your shopping?

Jun 4, 2010
Me, I like to get back together with all my old friends from the Windows 7 launch parties I went to. Good times. Good. Times.On Tuesday, Microsoft...
Posted In: Microsoft, security

Is YouTube about to offer live streaming?

Jun 4, 2010
TechCrunch's Erick Schonfeld stumbled across a YouTube help page that offers buttons for things like "moderator" and "live stream". The online...
Posted In: Google, video, YouTube