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Today's BBC news reporting the breakup of a global online pedophile ring reminds us that low-cost laptop computer providers face many thorny social responsibilities.
You've heard about it for years, but technical advances are pushing nuclear fusion to reality, says a VC investing in the space.
Pushing migration from IBM's Lotus Notes, a favorite rallying cry from Microsoft executives to partners, continues to help Redmond's bottom line.
We're back from the trade shows and talkin'... a trade show. Macworld.
Not only is it flippin' gorgeous and built like a brick house, but it's also packed with features and extremely easy to set up.
Today, we bring you news to Flip over, camps for creative kiddies, and tips for recovering corrupted photos.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn and Yahoo will be taking their respective fix-it strategy messages on the investor road show circuit, once they file their definitive proxies with the SEC.
IBM wants to save customers money...so they can give it more money. How generous!
Social networking comes to student loans via start-ups GreenNote and Fynanz, which aim to help defray tuition a few dollars at a time.
Facebook comes under attack by Canadian privacy groups, but everyone's already moved on to Plurk. Er...maybe. Also: self-destructing DVDs are back! Yay!