"The line needs to be drawn now on fully autonomous weapons," the NGO says. How close are we to letting robots off the leash?
A secretive U.S. government agency called the National Media Exploitation Center is likely in charge of analyzing the computers and hard drives seized from bin Laden's home in Pakistan.
The new version of Windows Home Server has officially been released, with the product due to reach TechNet and MSDN subscribers in early April and start showing up on computers in May.
With the iPad 2 launch, we brought Seth in to talk about keeping your data safe on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod (or an Android device). Also, Rafe tests the new Synology DS411slim home server, and we opine on using a DVR as an archival store for videos (in a word: don't). Prepare yourself for the theft of your gadgets, how to tether an iPod Touch to a BlackBerry, and a brief history of ASCII.
The next major version of Microsoft's Windows Home Server software is now available as a release candidate for user testing.
HP has decided to discontinue its MediaSmart Server line of products. Microsoft acknowledges the decision on the company's Windows Home Server blog.
The next major version of Windows Home Server will arrive without a popular feature that let users pool together storage drives. The company says the decision was consumer-driven.
The Defense and State Departments now allow employees to use Twitter and Facebook at work, albeit with warnings about spies and other security risks.
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Your questions answered! Also, some road test items. With special guest host Josh Lowensohn.