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NASA researching 'nanosats' for orbiting 5G space network

NASA's Ames Research Center is teaming with the often sinister-sounding Machine-to-Machine Intelligence Corporation (m2mi) to create a global networking system using small satellites they call "nanosats."
Austin Modine, 26 Apr 2008

Judge muzzles Sequoia e-voting attack dogs

New Jersey voting rights advocates will have the chance to have independent experts inspect electronic voting machines they say malfunctioned during the recent presidential primary election, a state judge has ruled.
Dan Goodin, 26 Apr 2008

Infosecurity is very much like...

InfosecAfter three days, 320 exhibitors, dozens of presentations, and even more extensive marketing guff the Infosecurity exhibition in London is over for another year. Thankfully, next year's trade show will be held in Earls Court, not in the wastes of Olympia, and so much easier to get to.
John Leyden, 26 Apr 2008

InPhase finally to phase in holographic disk

Holographic storage developer InPhase Technologies has said it will announce its Tapestry hologram storage product in May. A version of the product was demonstrated at the NAB2008 show in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Paul Roberts, 26 Apr 2008

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