Archives: March 2014

Sauron's all-seeing Internet eye moves two steps closer to reality

March 28, 2014
The FBI somehow thinks it doesn't have enough access to your data, but hopes to fix that with two new bills
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'Hi, my name is Mark, and I'm a Silicon Valley shopaholic'

March 27, 2014
Oculus joins WhatsApp among Facebook's multi-billion-dollar purchases, but good luck finding a business plan linking the deals
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Attack of the killer clouds and the coming IT storm

March 25, 2014
Debbie Downers are out in full force, predicting IT's end at the hands of cloud computing, but facts point to the contrary
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Corruption, distortion, control: Comcast's real-life 'House of Cards'

March 21, 2014
The frenzy over the proposed Time Warner merger hides damning details of Comcast's power-hungry moves
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The Linux security spell is broken

March 20, 2014
The Linux community joins the rest of us schmucks in the sad security state as news breaks of massively infected Unix servers
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It's a bird! It's a plane! It's your pink slip!

March 18, 2014
Like the machines and assembly lines before them, drones are poised to drive many of us to the unemployment line
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Sad, sexy, or self-sufficient, your robot overlords await

March 14, 2014
CeBIT? More like CeBOT, judging from the news and announcements at Europe's biggest electronics show
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Google? Evil? You have no idea

March 13, 2014
Brace yourself for an exhaustive rundown of Google's master plan and the company's ultimate goal
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Inside the muddled, misguided mind of a Windows XP holdout

March 11, 2014
Windows XP users have had six years to upgrade. It's time they stop schvitzing over the OS's end of life and move on
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RIP, RadioShack -- we don't know how good we had it

March 07, 2014
Supergeeks may scoff at brick-and-mortar stores, but these tech meccas were integral to hands-on interaction and discovery
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