Odds & Ends
Just north and west of the Golden Gate Bridge is the only restored Nike missile site in the United States. It is open to the public for visits and a somber reminder of the Cold War.
Mazda announces 2009 RX-8 sport packages for Japan and the U.S.
Unlike the Kyoto markets, the U.S. voluntary markets prefer to stick to simple types of projects.
Visitors to the world's largest e-commerce site were greeted with an error message. Causes of the outage unknown.
Debate on Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act is scuttled. Meanwhile, the International Energy Agency calls for $45 trillion energy revolution.
Walter Reed Army Medical Center warns that patient data was compromised on an unsecured hospital computer.
The iPhone is still the second-most sold smartphone in the U.S. behind RIM's BlackBerry, but RIM and Palm gained ground in the first quarter at Apple's expense.
The Associated Press cites unidentified sources in reporting that U.S. officials are looking into allegations that Chinese officials copied data from a Commerce Department laptop and used it to attack U.S. computers.
A new study from Akamai shows that more than 30 percent of all Internet attacks originate from China and the U.S.