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F35B Joint Strike Fighter in STOL Testing

The F35B Joint Strike Fighter began Short Take Off and Landing (STOL) trials last weekend at Naval Air Station Patuxent River. The aircraft will be used by the United States Marine Corps to replace both the aging Harrier STOL aircraft and the FA/18 Hornet fighter. Designed as a stealth aircraft,...

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How Does the Internet Work?

The Internet is an international network that uses particular data transfer processes and online protocols to create a standard communication highway. The Internet would not be possible without powerful telephone lines such as T3 lines which have the capacity to transfer data at high speeds (an...

Jolicloud's Jolibook November Launch

Jolicloud's Jolibook November Launch

Jolicloud, creater of Ubuntu's HTML5 powered cloud computing operating system, has announced the November launch of a netbook dubbed Jolibook. Details regarding the product have not yet been made public. Insiders leaked the 10.1 inch netbook will feature an Intel Atom N550 processor and unique...

Facebook Email Release at Web 2.0 Summit

Facebook Email Release at Web 2.0 Summit

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg is expected to release details regarding a new email feature at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Fransisco, California, today. The new Facebook Email Service will function much like Google's Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and Hotmail in a web based format available to over 500 million...

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Most Popular Searches of 2010 From Bing

People are fascinated with celebrities. Case in point: they are always the number one most searched item on search engines. Besides the terms "hairstyles" "wal-mart" and "free" all of the other top searches from Bing in 2010 were celebrity names. Here's a list of the Most Popular Overall 2010...

US Attorney's Office Granted Access to Wikileaks' Twitter Accounts

US Attorney's Office Granted Access to Wikileaks' Twitter Accounts

The U.S. Attorney's office has been granted a judge's order dated December 14 to acquire information dating back to November 2009 for information sent from the Twitter accounts of Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange, Pfc. Bradley Manning, and other individuals. The intent is to source IP addresses...

12 Format War Losers

12 Format War Losers

Format wars are the frontline battles of capitalism. Two or more companies fight over your attention, wanting to bring you the same service, but using their methods. Sometimes the wars are decided by consumers on the basis of price and functionality; sometimes because one side screws up royally;...

Porsche Celebrates 50th Anniversary With a Reveal of the New 911 GT3

Porsche Celebrates 50th Anniversary With a Reveal of the New 911 GT3

Porsche, manufacturers of some of the most amazing luxury cars on earth, has elected to reveal a new 911 GTE in honor of its 50th anniversary. The remodel of the company's most iconic and successful sports car will be revealed at the 83rd annual Geneva International Motor Show from March 7 to...

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Australian Police to Start Checking on Unsecure Home Wireless Networks

It's great to go wireless and surf using wi-fi at home. That's why more and more consumers around the world are going for it. However, few of them are aware of the securtiy risks posed by an unsecured wi-fi network. Hijacking home wi-fi networks to commit cyber crimes is a rising phenomenon around...

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FCC Investigating Apple and AT & T Over Google Voice Controversy

The FCC is investigating Apple and AT & T over the Google Voice Controversy after numerous Google Voice Apps were removed or unapproved from the iPhone App Center on iTunes. At this point the investigation has only just begun but it could signal an even more open mobile landscape that could...