Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
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The hour tech enthusiasts have been dreaming about for months is almost here.
One of the biggest issues facing cell phone service providers is their inability to offer customers service during peak periods — like the dawn of a new year or during the height of a disaster. As I write this post just 80 minutes into 2010 on the East Coast, I lack cellular service from AT&T Read More
Technology makes tracking Santa Claus as easy as entering a few key strokes and clicking through a few screens.
A federal appeals court upheld a $200M judgement against Microsoft Corp. and issued an injunction that will stop the technology giant from selling some of its Word software until it is altered, the Associated Press reports.
In its most recent company blog post, Facebook offered a perspective of the world as perceived through the words of the social network’s users in status messages over the past year.
Insurgents are using inexpensive software to breach one of America’s primary tools in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, senior defense and intelligence officials were quoted in a prominent American newspaper as saying.
Internet users across the country have woken up this week to devastating news of new malware that could plant child pornography onto innocent people’s computers.
The prospect of a 6-year-old floating away to his potential doom captivated cable and Internet news consumers for hours on Thursday. However, when it was determined the boy was hiding in a box in his home rather than a UFO-shaped balloon, questions began to emerge.