Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
Monthly Archive for June, 2010
Some of the most prominent people on earth may be vulnerable to spam and malicious hacking, according to a published report.
Are you a Google Documents skeptical? Have you ever given the powerful Web-based suite a try? If you haven’t, now is your chance — and best of all, you don’t even have to register for anything.
Google has acknowledged that its “Street View” vehicles have collected and stored data broadcast from wireless networks in Connecticut, the state’s attorney general’s office has announced. The information could include e-mails, Web browsing and passwords.
A new high-tech camera is watching passengers walking through Bradley International Airport, according to WTNH-TV.
Despite having a some idea of what the next generation of the iPhone would have, Apple still managed to impress audiences — despite a rare glitch.
The technology world’s collective eyes will be focused on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference beginning Monday in San Francisco.
Sunday marks the 66th anniversary of the Allied invasion of the beaches of Normandy, France.
While many people worked Friday afternoon, space history was made.