Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
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A growing threat to the security of personal bank accounts around the world has reared its ugly head in Connecticut.
A Swedish factory north of Stockholm was fined $3,000 after a robot nearly killed one of its employees.
While texting and driving has always been considered dangerous, a new Virginia Tech Transportation Institute study really puts things into perspective.
An invention that converts data collected from ultrasound and MRI scans are giving pregnant women the opportunity to hold full-scale plaster models of their unborn children, the Times of London reports.
Google recently announced that about 100,000 users will be invited to take a test drive of the company’s reimagined Web-based e-mail interface known as Google Wave beginning on September 30.
The longest total solar eclipse of the century will plunge parts of Asia into the darkness tonight at 8:15 p.m. E.D.T., NASA reports.
Although you may feel like you know all that there is to know about the historic steps Neil Armstrong took 40 years ago tomorrow on the moon, the Internet opens up the flood gates to information, video and images you have likely never seen — or least appreciated — before.
AT&T has denied Internet reports that the telephone company would be delaying multi-media messaging (images, audio, video, rich text,) and that a tethering plan would cost an additional $55 per month for iPhone users in an e-mail to Wired.com.