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Phil Inkly, 36, now lives in the woods because, he says, gadgets give him nosebleeds, blackouts, and many other unpleasant things.
Hacker Jeff Moss talks about being an adviser to the Department of Homeland Security, national ID cards, and how social media sites could deliver public emergency alerts.
Policy group says the jumble of state laws governing the sharing of personal health data is too convoluted for a nationwide network to run efficiently.
Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen signs into law a bill that requires public and private schools in the state to ensure their computer networks are free of pirated material.
In these post-Wall Street meltdown, post-Bernie Madoff, post-bailout times, the reception to another filthy rich dot-commie will be lukewarm, at best.
Search giant searches for new CEO, while Microsoft takes its security strategy in a new direction. Also: Sing along with DRM.
The Internet has revolutionised the way we live, over almost 50 years of development. In this feature, we detail the 50 defining moments we feel are most significant to the Web
But California's governor lauds businesses profiled in new report for incorporating "green" policies into their daily operations.
Democratic rival to California's governor admits aides nabbed a controversial audio file. But his camp calls it fair game.
From Bill Gates being named one of best Americans ever to Steve Jobs being called "cruel," these are some of the below-the-radar stories from this week.