15th > December > 2012 Archive
Grinchy Google to shut down another batch of services
As part of its ongoing process of pruning and streamlining its engineering efforts, Google has decided to terminate yet another batch of unloved and little-used services, in what it's calling its "winter cleaning."
McAfee warns of Project Blitzkrieg hack attack on US banks
Security firm McAfee warns that there is a credible threat of a coordinated Spring offensive against at least 30 US banks next year by Eastern European fraudsters.
Wind, solar could provide 99.9% of ALL POWER by 2030
A group of researchers has released a study that claims to shoot down the common perception that clean, renewable energy from wind and solar sources is all well and good, eco-wise, but that it's too uncertain, sporadic, and pricey for widespread use.
Copyright trolls, biz scum, freetards - it's NOT black and white
Sysdmin blogA new intellectual property rights organisation has popped up in the United States called New Media Rights. New Media Rights strikes a different balance than most intellectual property organisations; they champion the rights of independent creators as well as those of individual consumers.