HP recalls notebook RAM
Hewlett Packard has said it will replace memory in over a dozen series of its notebook PCs, affecting almost a million users, because of a design flaw. HP characterizes this as an "industry wide" design flaw not restricted to one memory supplier. Other PC manufacturers will be affected, said HP. Symptoms include more BSODs (Blue Screens of Death) than normal.
Dirty rotten inducers - the law the IT world deserves?
It may soon be possible to carry around an AK-47 assault rifle and an iPod with you down the street - and be arrested for carrying the iPod.
Acquisitor blocks Baltimore cash return
Acquisitor Holdings has said it will block efforts by Baltimore Technologies' board to return cash to shareholders.
Wi-Fi hopper guilty of cyber-extortion
A Maryland man with a grudge against a Connecticut-based patent firm used unsecured wireless networks at homes and businesses in the Washington DC area to penetrate the company's computers and deliver untraceable threats and extortion demands, until an FBI surveillance team caught him in the act.