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Ts'o is known as the first North American Linux kernel developer and has been with IBM since 2001, focusing on real-time Linux.
Three friends ate some bananas on top of Hong Kong's fifth-tallest skyscraper, just so they could capture one of the craziest selfies ever.
Oops. Turns out a promo slot for Nikon's D800 dSLR was shot using a competitor's camera.
This software engineer really, really loves Christmas...and symphonic metal, as his cube decoration contest entry shows. Wonder if he won the competition?
For EA, the new virtual world is another attempt to get into the market that has now been well established by 'Second Life,' There.com, and others.
After re-branding "The Sims Online," Electronic Arts decides to pull the plug on the struggling game's successor.
Peter Ludlow and Mark Wallace's new book is a must-read for those interested in the history and philosophy of modern virtual worlds.
RAM module seating problem: Apple response
Night vision goggles are now available for civilian pilots.
Former CNET Photo expert and current PopPhoto.com editor Phil Ryan sneaks by security to join the show. We talk cameras, the rules for conjugal visits, iPhone apps that make prank calling easier, and, of course, plenty of poo-poo jokes.